Posted on National surveys indicate as many as 80 percent or more of low- to moderate-income Americans cannot afford lawyers.
Posted on The basketball coach at the University of Houston expects to have a much easier time recruiting with the announced renovation of Hofheinz Pavilion.
Posted on Several hundred people held a vigil at Sam Houston Park and signed a book of condolences provides by the French Consulate.
Posted on The city of Houston honors military veterans with a ceremony at City Hall and a parade downtown. City council members, state legislators and U.S. Congress members were part of the ceremony.
Posted on The energy industry is one of the industries that's most likely to suffer a cyber attack, according to a recent survey. A conference here in Houston is focusing on cyber security.
Posted on Texas received a failing grade because of frequent high charges for records and delays in providing information.
Posted on Many people have questions about the new law.
Posted on With the new Texas open carry law going into effect on January 1st, the Houston Police Department is answering questions from the public about it. Police officers are also struggling to understand it.
Posted on The Texas open carry law goes into effect on January 1st.
Posted on An ordinance that would have established nondiscrimination protections for gay and transgender people in Houston failed to win voter approval. The defeat nullifies one of Annise Parker’s biggest achievements as mayor.
Posted on The Electric Reliability Council of Texas doesn't expect problems in meeting peak demands for electricity this winter.
Posted on But what about oysters that are already in restaurants or stores?
Posted on With the Houston mayor's race, city council seats, the HERO ordinance and several high-profile state constitutional amendments in the mix, early voting has been robust.
Posted on NASA plans two spacewalks at the International Space Station.
Posted on The goal is to prepare the station to receive commercial crew vehicles.