Posted on · With the observation of World AIDS Day this week, it's also a chance to remember those who've passed on from the disease. AIDS is much more treatable now. But it's still a serious health problem.
Posted on · The next two crew members who will join the astronauts and cosmonauts on the ISS are talking about the job ahead of them.
Posted on · Superbugs infect millions each year. Eight Texas Medical Center institutions are collaborating to combat antibiotic resistance.
Posted on · Guns will not be allowed in the Waller County courthouse... for now. A district judge has ruled that it is legal for local governments to prohibit guns and weapons in courthouse buildings.
Posted on · Pundits have long predicted the death of vinyl, as music fans turned to digital music. But an unexpected audience has come to its rescue -- fans who like the idea of owning physical copies of their music.
Posted on · Continued construction on two freeways here in Houston means some major close downs and detours this weekend.
Posted on · The EPA was in Houston for an hours-long public hearing on new air quality rules -- rules that many in the oil and gas industry oppose.
Posted on · Ninety percent of the travelers will be going by car, says AAA Texas.
Posted on · The mayor and several politicians honored veterans in a patriotic ceremony at the Houston VA Medical Center. They thanked those who served a day early -- leading up to Friday's Veterans Day parade in downtown Houston.
Posted on · Senator Ted Cruz from Texas says Tuesday's election was a mandate for change. He says that the American people spoke resoundingly that the path we're on now hasn't been working.
Posted on · There may be an initial period of uncertainty as energy policies are developed, but the oil and gas industry anticipates that the president-elect will support drilling as one way of job creation.
Posted on · Democrat Kim Ogg's win in the Harris County District Attorney's office is Republican Devon Anderson's loss.
Posted on · So far, voter turnout is low at a South Belt voting location.
Posted on · Early voting in Harris and surrounding counties was record-breaking. More than a million people in Greater Houston cast ballots over the past two weeks, and another half-million are expected to show up on Election Day.
Posted on · Claims have been made that poll workers are telling voters they must have a photo Voter ID.