Posted on · Episode: 2721 Fort Trumbull — dramatic, inappropriate, icon of the history of its place. Today, Fort Trumbull.
Posted on · Greenpeace said it was challenging the Democratic candidates participating in Houston's presidential debate to hold the fossil fuel industry accountable if they become president.
Posted on · Officials aren't sure why the boat began sinking
Posted on · Artist Larry Crawford has started painting on the ditch located at the intersection of the Brays Bayou and Wilcrest Drive
Posted on · Authorities lost sight of Dr. Bill Kinsinger Jan. 3 as he flew toward the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico
Posted on · The Ship Channel was closed to all traffic for one mile southwest of the Battleship Texas State Historic site Tuesday morning after a tanker fire led to an oil spill overnight near Deer Park.
Posted on · The Coast Guard closed the waterway between the Lynchburg Ferry Crossing and Carpenters Bayou just after noon.
Posted on · The U.S. Coast Guard has suspended a search in the Gulf of Mexico for a passenger missing from a cruise ship that sailed out of Galveston, Texas.
Posted on · Michael Brown set out from Corpus Christi on a solo mission to sail around the world, but he didn’t make it too far.
Posted on · Residential areas are not affected.
Posted on · On this Memorial Day, we're going to listen back to some of our favorite Houston Matters conversations and reports of recent months, including a few that seemed particularly appropriate on this holiday — and some that would be worthwhile to hear again on any day.
Posted on · The 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins on June 1 and agencies are gearing up.
Posted on · The Houston Ship Channel reopened Thursday morning after a collision between two vessels spilled a dangerous chemical into the water. The cause of the accident remains under investigation.
Posted on · A Houston area lawmaker toured the Port of Houston spill and was told the ship channel will not open until authorities are satisfied that a toxic chemical in the water is recovered.
Posted on · The Coast Guardâs Air Station Houston covers the Houston gulf area down to Matagorda Bay and part of Louisiana. They perform any search and rescue needed, from boat distress calls to oil platform disasters and everything in between. Their helicopter duty crew, made up of two pilots, a flight mechanic and a rescue swimmer are […]