Posted on · Statewide, summer temperatures just barely trailed those in 2011.
Posted on · Amazon Studios' new film "A Million Miles Away" tells the remarkable true story of Jose Hernandez.
Posted on · The University of Houston wore Oilers-like uniforms earlier this year, but a Rice official called it a coincidence, saying the Owls' plans have been in the works since January.
Posted on · Senate Bill 2205, which passed in 2017, prohibits cities in Texas from regulating driverless vehicles.
Posted on · On Friday's show: With federal student loans coming due again, we discuss a new initiative seeking to increase transparency in borrowing money for college.
Posted on · The Houston Matters panel of non-experts weighs in on stories from the week’s news and decides if they’re good, bad, or ugly.
Posted on · "The Astros Edge: Triumph and Scandal in Major League Baseball," which will premiere Oct. 3 on PBS, chronicles the team's rise to prominence as well as its sign-stealing scheme.
Posted on · The 5-year contract will allow METRO to create its own bike share system, as the city’s current vendor, BCycle, struggles with financial difficulties.
Posted on · After a compromise was reached among city planners, residents and developers, Houston's elected officials approved a series of building code changes that will reduce frontloading driveways and promote more affordable housing options.
Posted on · Messi was not on Inter Miami's active roster for the match because of a leg issue, marking his fourth absence in a span of his last five games combined for club and country.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Lawyer, educator, and author Anita Hill talks about her life's work of fighting against sexual harassment and violence ahead of a visit to the University of Houston next week.
Posted on · The decision to help the sputtering BCycle program comes as METRO, the Houston region's transit provider, considers creating its own bike-sharing operation.
Posted on · Most recently there was concern after self-driving cars caused a backup on Montrose Boulevard Tuesday evening triggered by a malfunctioning traffic light.
Posted on · The city is beginning the process to move residents who were affected in the cancer cluster area, caused by Union Pacific Rail Yard.
Posted on · Armstrong, who was found guilty Aug. 16 in Harris County, was transferred Saturday to the George Beto Unit in East Texas after spending less than a week at a facility in the Corpus Christi area.