Posted on · In Texas possession of up two ounces of marijuana is considered a Class B misdemeanor and could result in up to 180 days in jail and a $2,000 fine.
Posted on · Sheriff Gonzalez says communities are safest when they are patrolled by deputies, people recognize and trust.
Posted on · Among them are a $478 million for Houston to spend on public safety and health, parks, an animal shelter and solid waste management.
Posted on · "Obscene and harmful" materials are now banned. Parents must give consent to students checking out books from classroom libraries, and parents will be notified when their student checks out a book from the school library.
Posted on · The district said the Alvin ISD Police Department is actively investigating the incident and appropriate charges will be filed.
Posted on · Projects include restoring, expanding and improving park land, including the Tony Marron and Japhet Creek Park.
Posted on · The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services in February began investigating efforts to provide trans minors with gender affirming care under the direction of Gov. Greg Abbott.
Posted on · The average price of homes in the Houston area are at an all-time high of $411,000.
Posted on · Some local lawmakers are against a law that could prevent drinking and driving, according to one advocate for accountability in DWIs.
Posted on · Fort Bend ISD said the campus received a report about the alleged weapon.
Posted on · Law enforcement searched the building with students and staff and no explosives were found.
Posted on · Money from the recently passed infrastructure bill will also help modernize bathrooms and fund other projects at Houston's two airports.
Posted on · The commission's two Republican members, Jack Cagle and Tom Ramsey, did not show up to the meeting so a vote on the proposed budget could not happen.
Posted on · Brian Montgomery recalls the moment former President George W. Bush received the news that the World Trade Center had been hit, and what all happened immediately after.
Posted on · The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention endorsed reformulated versions of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines last week. The shots should better protect people from the most recent COVID-19 variants.