Posted on · Texas lags behind most other states in data points used to determine the overall health and well-being of children, according to the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
Posted on · Rice University's Richard Stoll said the odds of a prisoner swap are in Griner's favor, but he remains concerned about the basketball star's well-being.
Posted on · The HISD police department is requesting 200 rifles, 200 ballistic plate shields and rifle ammunition in order to more adequately train for an active-shooter response.
Posted on · There are concerns about safety and security ahead of an annual celebration in Houston's Heights neighborhood, where thousands gather to shop and socialize.
Posted on · The Texas Democratic gubernatorial nominee brought his statewide Texas tour to the airwaves on Wednesday afternoon and took questions from Houston Public Media listeners.
Posted on · Mayor Sylvester Turner says he did not have knowledge of a federal public corruption case involving William-Paul Thomas, who resigned last week after pleading guilty to conspiracy to accept a bribe, according to the Houston Chronicle.
Posted on · Houston experienced its highest average temperatures for the months of June and July this year. But a local weather expert says August, while still hot, figures to bring a break from the record-setting trend.
Posted on · The anonymous collection of guns could create roadblocks in the investigation and prosecution of a crime, according to Kim Ogg's top assistant, who said the office otherwise supports buyback initiatives such as the event held Saturday by city and county leaders.
Posted on · The $347 million proposed project aims to reduce flooding risks on part of the freeway by elevating it and installing a detention pond underneath.
Posted on · More than 16,000 additional doses are being sent by the CDC, but the Houston Health Department says it could be several days before the first of three shipments arrives.
Posted on · William Shakespeare's "King Lear" and "Cymbeline" will be performed alternatively during the festival, which runs through Aug. 6 and is free to attend.
Posted on · The sheriff's office says participation in the SafeCam program is free and voluntary and that participants will not be required to provided requested camera footage, but the setup raises questions about privacy and information control, according to two privacy rights advocacy organizations.
Posted on · Texas lawmakers from Houston say the bill was written to allow discriminatory provisions to be removed from real property records only on a property-by-property basis, but they applaud Harris County Clerk Teneshia Hudspeth for applying the law more broadly and said it could set a statewide example.
Posted on · Local officials requesting more vaccine from federal government as virus begins to slowly spread in Houston area.
Posted on · Two Houston doctors described Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia as curable in most cases, with treatment that will last just a few months.