Posted on · Here's your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
Posted on · Previously we told you how a "mistake" may have caused electricity costs in Texas to shoot-up some $50 million by one estimate. Here's a response from the group that manages the state's power market.
Posted on · One effort with Rice University and Chavez High School is using a long-term approach to increasing the number of women in STEM jobs.
Posted on · The Houston Fire Department is using live video chat for some patients who call 911 for minor health problems. Patients can speak live with an emergency medicine doctor through a computer tablet, potentially avoiding a long and costly ER visit.
Posted on · Setting up what could be a landmark decision, the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to take up a legal challenge to Texas' 2013 abortion law, which could shut down about half of the state's 19 remaining abortion clinics.
Posted on · His role as Youth Poet Laureate will include speaking engagements and leading writing workshops around the city.
Posted on · The Houston Independent School District Board considered a ban on suspending students as young as pre-kindergarten at its meeting Thursday night, but ended up backing away from a complete ban.
Posted on · Houston City Council Member Ellen Cohen is hosting the meeting to discuss a new tax increment reinvestment zone (TIRZ) for the area.
Posted on · If implemented, it would impact a 15-mile segment in Jefferson County.
Posted on · Obama visits Arlington National Cemetery to honor veterans
Posted on · Democratic state Rep. Sylvester Turner led the field for Houston mayor, but the blue team took two big hits during Tuesday's election in the nation's fourth largest city.
Posted on · TxDOT is starting a new awareness campaign as the state marks a somber milestone, using the hashtag #EndTheStreakTX.
Posted on · The Texas open carry law goes into effect on January 1st.
Posted on · Jolanda Jones, a former Houston city council member, won the open race for District IV, handily avoiding a run-off.
Posted on · Early voters in Texas overwhelmingly favored seven changes to the state constitution, including measures that will cut property taxes, boost funding for road projects beginning in 2017 and let state officeholders live outside of Austin.