Posted on · A division commander for the Houston Police Department says it is seeing encouraging signs after increasing its patrol presence in the vicinity of a gas station where there were two shootings in the span of a week earlier this summer.
Posted on · Houston Police Chief Troy Finner said the area south of downtown will be manned with more marked patrol vehicles and undercover officers in response to crimes that have startled residents and businesses.
Posted on · Police say a man who shot two other people Monday night was subsequently shot and killed by another man, who is now wanted for questioning by the Houston Police Department.
Posted on · Houston Matters will give way to special live coverage from NPR, but our podcast will feature new material.
Posted on · The city, assisted by the Texas Department of Transportation and The Way Home, transported the homeless residents to shelters
Posted on · Back in 2015, the renowned chef visited the Bayou City and then Houston Public Media's Arts and Culture reporter Amy Bishop had a chance to sit down and chat with him. Find the conversation in the story.
Posted on · In 2015, three African American customers accused the bar of charging minorities a cover fee but charged no such fee to Whites
Posted on · On past Houston Matters programs, we've explored a number of concerns and efforts related to walkability in the region. We've talked about safety concerns for pedestrians, areas in need of improved access and policies designed to make the region more walkable. Now, two Houston neighborhoods have been named to a residential brokerage firm's list of […]
Posted on · Earlier this month, City Council voted to expand the Midtown Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone to cover the Museum District, The Menil Collection and the University of St. Thomas. Is that a good thing or a bad thing for the area? Well, to answer that question, you need to know what a Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone […]