Posted on Drivers should know their rights when dealing with a wrecker.
Posted on They allege officials are not doing enough to mitigate flooding.
Posted on The process went smoothly – and much quicker than in previous years.
Posted on They want to keep Glenbrook Golf Course as their neighborhood green space.
Posted on Hurricane season begins June 1, and to make residents aware of it, officials are touring the Gulf Coast with their “Hurricane Hunter” airplanes.
Posted on Wednesday was the deadline for council members to submit their amendments to Mayor Sylvester Turner’s proposed budget, which seeks to close a $160 million deficit.
Posted on The new locations are operated by the Harris County District Clerk’s Office and provide walk-in service once a month.
Posted on The city of Houston will continue to subsidize civic associations that use private contractors for trash pickup.
Posted on It’s going to be a wet week as bayous are still elevated and the ground saturated a month after the Tax Day floods.
Posted on Tours in the former underground drinking water reservoir are already booked out through next Thursday.
Posted on Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner named Steve Costello to the new post during the State of the City speech.
Posted on The council vote is just the beginning of negotiations with the company.
Posted on Clean-up is expected to continue through this week.
Posted on A Texas Senate committee will be meeting at the University of Houston on Tuesday to discuss property tax reform and hear from residents. Some say expanding Medicaid should be part of the discussion.
Posted on A day after a massive fire burned down a warehouse in Spring Branch, residents and workers in the area are dealing with the aftermath.