Posted on · As Houston Matters prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary, we continue our series of conversations about how things in the city have and have not changed in the past decade. Today, we talk with experts about past storms and efforts to minimize the effects from future floods.
Posted on · County officials, researchers and victim advocates are concerned with an increase in violent crimes committed by defendants out on bond.
Posted on · Chief Art Acevedo attributed Houston's spike in homicides this year to a combination of factors, including the pandemic and the number of people released on bond.
Posted on · The dog was found Sunday and was treated at an emergency hospital, but didn't survive
Posted on · The program aims to bring communities together to prepare for ‘hostile event’ response
Posted on · The reward for identifying the suspects has been raised to $25,000
Posted on · The #FightForUs movement to stop child youth sex trafficking - Ignited by human trafficking survivors, non-profit leaders, business professionals, parents and concerned citizens
Posted on · The FBI's Rapid Abduction Response Team is helping HPD in the search for Shamali Flores
Posted on · School and law enforcement officials want students and parents to be safety-conscious whether they drive, walk or take the bus to school.
Posted on · Josue Flores was walking home from school Tuesday in the 1900 block of Fulton Street when he was randomly attacked, HPD said.
Posted on · How do you determine where Houston is a safe place to live, work or walk around? A 2013 poll conducted by Gallup-Healthways Well Being Index said that 63 percent of Houstonians feel safe. That’s lower than the national average of 72 percent. And according to the Kinder Institute Houston Area Survey, crime as a number […]