Posted on · Candidates say some new initiatives can help ease problems at the Harris County Jail.
Posted on · The former KHOU 11 Sports Director passed away on Wednesday after a long battle with cancer. He was 70.
Posted on · You may be seeing lots of sailors around town as Houston observes Navy Week. It includes meetings with community leaders and outreach events for students considering a Navy career.
Posted on · Trucks will make one last pass through Brazoria County this week to pick up storm debris. Many people are still recovering after historic flooding on the Brazos River.
Posted on · Residents northwest of Houston say some major projects are raising questions about the rights of property owners. A Grimes County group is holding a public meeting this week to discuss how to move forward.
Posted on · Organizers say the goal is to dispose of drugs safely and to keep them out of the hands of kids.
Posted on · The Houston-Galveston Area Council is looking for some innovative cycling and pedestrian projects. It’s offering a grant to help get one of those projects off the ground.
Posted on · The upcoming Texas Renaissance Festival is a time for merriment. But if you get a little too merry, authorities are warning you not to get behind the wheel.
Posted on · The transit agency says it wants to help disabled riders access the fixed-route buses.
Posted on · The bus will bring commuters from Houston to employment centers in that suburb.
Posted on · Texas leads the nation in the number of car-train collisions. There are also a high number of accidents involving people walking on tracks.
Posted on · In the annual “State of Metro” address before the Greater Houston Partnership, the transit agency’s chairman says there’s a lot that still needs to be done following the last referendum.
Posted on · It's the first time that "Sunday Streets" will be held outside the Loop.
Posted on · Metro’s social media team communicates with thousands of riders every day. Online they’re known only by their first initials.
Posted on · Jarius Warren resigned from the Metro police force after a disciplinary review board recommended that he be fired. If he’s convicted on the assault charge he could get up to a year in jail.