Posted on The veteran broadcaster spent almost three decades with the Houston Astros and retired in 2012.
Posted on On Sunday, former Houston Astros great Craig Biggio will be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. He'll be the first player to go in as an Astro. It's been a long road that started on high school fields on Long Island and included countless dirt-stained uniforms. It will now culminate with Major League Baseball's highest honor.
Posted on Lanier served from 1992 to 1998 and was said to be one of the most popular leaders in the city's history.
Posted on Steve Toth and Brandon Creighton are in the special election runoff.
Posted on A 33-year-old man has been charged with capital murder after allegedly killing six people inside a Spring home.
Posted on A local organization says there's new momentum for the construction of a huge coastal barrier that would protect the Houston-Galveston area from storm surge during the next hurricane. The giant project could cost upwards of $6 billion.
Posted on As federal, state and local officials sort through the facts of a massive human smuggling bust here in Houston this week, some leaders say the lines between smuggling and human trafficking have been blurred.
Posted on Early voting for next month's Republican and Democratic primaries gets underway tomorrow. The election season has seen some extremes, from intense battles among Republican candidates for statewide offices to barely a peep in other races.
Posted on A business delegation from Houston is back from Mexico City after a visit this week with Mexican officials about that country's current energy reforms. The head of that delegation says he's surprised by how fast those reforms are happening.
Posted on The Harris County Attorney's Office is suing the owners of a shopping center in southwest Houston that's a magnet for crime and prostitution.
Posted on The Houston Fire Department Arson Investigators have ruled the cause of the apartment fire on South Rice was electrical and started in the attic area of the building.
Posted on Although it may seem to some that we just got through a long election season, another one is about to get interesting. In six weeks, early voting begins for the March 4th primary election. Political observers say much of the real action in this election is in the primary, not in November.
Posted on The Houston Texans have called an 11 o'clock press conference for Friday morning, presumably to officially announce the hiring of new head coach Bill O'Brien. One local sports analyst thinks the Texans have made a good choice.
Posted on Five years ago this week, parts of the Bolivar Peninsula, a small sliver of land that separates the Gulf of Mexico from Galveston Bay, were under 15 feet of water. The storm surge from Hurricane Ike nearly wiped-out the entire area. Earlier this year, KUHF's Jack Williams visited the peninsula to find out how things have changed there.
Posted on The fight against cancer is getting more personalized every day. Researchers are finding news ways to analyze specific genes in tumors and use more targeted therapies that can mean better outcomes for patients. But along with the new flood of information comes challenges for clinicians trying to make sense of it.