Posted on The massive cleanup from last week’s flood includes getting rid of thousands of totaled vehicles. And you can expect unscrupulous sellers will try to pass those damaged cars and trucks off to unsuspecting buyers
Posted on One IT security expert says hackers have been finding ways into secure mobile devices for years. But could the FBI's focus on one particular iPhone result in a new wave of hacking attacks?
Posted on Adding one extra day to the calendar every four years isn’t quite as simple as it may seem.
Posted on Texas may be "Cruz Country," but one political expert says Trump supporters are a wild card.
Posted on An advocacy group for the river says its worst fears have come true.
Posted on Religiously-themed license plates are generally not an issue in the separation between church and state. But there is one Texas plate that could fall into a gray area.
Posted on One item that ends up on some shoppers’ holiday gift lists is a new pet. But surprising someone with an animal is almost never a good idea.
Posted on The public hearing will lay out the goals to get the Gulf Coast back to what it looked like before the Deepwater Horizon disaster in 2010.
Posted on A University of Houston study tracked more than 100 cognitive behavioral therapy patients over a twelve-week course to treat anxiety.
Posted on The people who keep track of Houston's homeless population say one of every four homeless kids in the area is gay or lesbian. A new organization hopes to get specialized help for those kids before they fall victim to the perils of street life.
Posted on A Moon-watching event is set for Saturday evening (Sept. 19) in Clear Lake.
Posted on Senate Bill 374 will require all state agencies to run new employees through E-Verify to ensure people are authorized to work in the U.S.
Posted on County Judge Mark Henry and two commissioners are footing the bill to train 65 county employees who want their own CHLs.
Posted on The next phase of a massive project to restore Galveston's beaches gets underway this week. This part of the plan will put a usable beach where there really hasn't been one before — along 20 blocks between 61st and 81st streets.
Posted on Drought has already made a comeback to half of Brazoria County. Harris and all adjacent counties are "abnormally dry" in what experts are calling a "flash drought."