Posted on · The City has spent almost $50 million on administrative costs and federal fines since Fiscal Year 2007.
Posted on · The Mayor is telling Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick and House Speaker Joe Straus which amendments he prefers not to have in the final version of the bill.
Posted on · The Mayor says "hundreds" of police officers and firefighters would be impacted.
Posted on · Houston and Dallas leaders were supposed to each be united on how they wanted state lawmakers to address their respective pension shortfalls before the legislative session even began. (Spoiler alert: They're still not.)
Posted on · Nonetheless, Mayor Sylvester Turner underlines the goal isn’t to criminalize that group.
Posted on · Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo fears that due to the crackdown on immigration Hispanics are hesitating to report crimes.
Posted on · An asphalt lot in Montrose will become that neighborhoods newest green space. The Houston Parks Department was awarded a one million dollar grant to build a new park in a space off Westheimer.
Posted on · The Houston City Council is considering ordinances about encampments and panhandling.
Posted on · In the past two years, some of the worst flooding in Greater Houston has happened between March and May.
Posted on · Officers will use a device to make sure vehicles keep a minimum safe distance when they pass a cyclist.
Posted on · Council Member Greg Travis opposed the deal because the area where it will be built is not officially a food desert.
Posted on · Houston has reduced its homeless population by about half, but the mayor says that's not enough. The city is announcing a six-point plan to permanently house the homeless.
Posted on · After no consensus on adjustments proposed by the firefighters, they would get bigger benefit cuts than they agreed to last fall.
Posted on · One of the officers is in critical condition at Memorial Hermann.
Posted on · He says that could increase the projected shortfall for the City’s budget for Fiscal Year 2018 in more than $100 million.