Posted on · As the temperature rises across Greater Houston, more and more people are headed to the pool. But officials caution this popular summer activity can sometimes be hazardous.
Posted on · June was Immigrant Heritage Month in the US. Hear what some members of Houston's immigrant community have to say about their experiences.
Posted on · Over the next 2 months, more than 5,000 children will compete for Olympic gold...without ever leaving the city of Houston.
Posted on · "Houston Matters" spoke with Ellen Ochoa, a former astronaut and current director of the Johnson Space Center, about the state of NASA and the future of manned spaceflight — and its connection to Houston.
Posted on · United Way of Greater Houston provides disaster weather resources for Houstonians this hurricane season
Posted on · U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-TX, visited Texas Children’s Hospital for an informational tour about Zika and other infectious viruses Friday afternoon.
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.