Posted on Project MILL-E, a new digital library program launched by Harris County Public Library, is trying to become the first in Texas to circulate 1 million audio and eBooks in 2016.
Posted on Touchdown Houston is focusing on education, community enhancement and health and wellness.
Posted on Applicants include those with a VA disability rating of 50 percent or 40 percent service-connected disability because of the amputation of a lower extremity, and also those who have earned a medal of valor.
Posted on More than 74,000 watched the title game - the second highest number in championship game history.
Posted on VegOut began in Houston three years ago to combat obesity in children. The idea is to offer fun ways to eat healthy with veggies.
Posted on Houston Municipal Courts and the Houston Police Department say if there’s a warrant for your arrest, you still have some options.
Posted on Harris County DA's offers high school students a behind the scenes look with the inaugural Law and Order Program.
Posted on Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says he wants to ensure next year’s Super Bowl will be experienced by the masses and not just a privileged few.
Posted on The partnership estimates that the Houston metropolitan area will add jobs in 2015, but it's not all positive for the energy sector.
Posted on The Greater Houston Partnership's annual report shows an increase in job growth in the region from the previous year.
Posted on LGBT residents of Plano will now be protected against discrimination in housing, employment and in public places.
Posted on The annual event draws hundreds of experts from the energy, oil and gas and aerospace industries to Houston.
Posted on Because of wind and technical issues, NASA delayed the launch of the Orion spacecraft this morning. Dozens of Houstonians attended a watch party at the Johnson Space Center, but they'll have to wait a little longer to see the craft's first flight.
Posted on Texas politicians today unveiled their plans to counter President Obama's executive action on immigration.
Posted on It's part of Literacy in 3, the Houston Independent School District's plan to get every student reading on grade level by the end of third grade.