Houston celebrated its 180th birthday Sunday with a party at Sam Houston Park.
The University of Houston's School of Law and the law school formerly known as South Texas College of Law are squabbling in federal court over names, colors and prestige.
A Houston businesswoman who Chinese authorities charged with spying last month after detaining her for more than a year was coerced into a confession and has been hospitalized twice after prolonged interrogation she described as "mental torture," her husband said Friday.
The Harris County District Attorney's Office is dismissing all pending drug cases connected to an evidence-destruction scandal at the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office.
So far, the DA's office has dismissed approximately 90 felony and misdemeanor controlled substance cases investigated by the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office after a deputy there improperly destroyed evidence from dozens of pending cases.
The "Dirty Jobs" reality show and popular podcast host says that the young Acton Municipal Utility District worker deserves a beer on him for getting dirty on the job.
The week after a Texas A&M fraternity reported a brother was found dead in their house following a weekend party, another Texas frat is in hot water as well.
A former adult film actress is suing Facebook tycoon Mark Zuckerberg and others in federal court in Houston for $1 billion, saying posts about her on Zuckerberg's site caused emotional distress and impeded her livelihood.
More than 1,000 children with their families turned out for Houston Super Bowl Host Committee's Touchdown Tour at Space Center Houston on Saturday.
A man was shot and killed by another man in the parking lot of a north Houston convenience store on Friday evening, according to KPRC.
A woman who killed her husband in 1985 and was finally brought to justice almost 30 years later will be in the national spotlight Sunday as the case is detailed on the Oxygen network's show, "Snapped."
Carolyn Sue Krizan-Wilson, was 71 when she pleaded guilty in 2013 to shooting Roy McCaleb, her husband of two years, as he slept.
According to reports, Davie Dauzat, 23, of Bellmead is charged with his wife's murder after her head was found inside of a freezer.
Flooding is a part of life in the Bayou City. But as bad as things have been in 2016, it was nothing compared to this historic flood in Houston during the 1930s.
A man was rushed to the hospital early Friday morning after a shooting at an apartment complex in northwest Harris County.
180 years this week the Allen brothers -- John Kirby and Augustus -- bought some 8,850 acres of land along Buffalo Bayou on a site that would soon become the city of Houston.
A civil court judge has declined to stop the Houston school district from changing the names of eight campuses that were named after Confederate loyalists.
A man was killed outside his mobile home in east Houston early Sunday morning. The man was transported to Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital, where he later succumbed to his injuries.
Several hundred police officers, local residents and volunteer firefighters gathered for a memorial service Saturday morning in the county park named for slain deputy Darren H. Goforth, an effort by organizers to keep the memory of the officer alive.
Houston homicide investigators have detained a man in an early Saturday morning shooting that was reported as a suicide but could be a murder.
Authorities received a 911 call around 3:30 a.m.
A total of 1.7 million, or roughly 13 percent of all undocumented immigrants in the country, live within Texas' borders.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently released a report that suggests leaving toxic waste in the San Jacinto River might be less risky than removing it.
The corps was tasked by the Environmental Protection Agency with assessing the technical feasibility of the clean-up options environmental regulators are considering for the San Jacinto Waste Pits, a federal Superfund site near Highlands.
The latest set includes illegal fishing, a meth bust, some bong rippers, and a party where the guest of honor was a cooked gator.
The leader of the New Black Panther Party in Houston says that he is fed up with the way the Democratic party has treated African-Americans.
According to the Austin American-Statesman, Austin police have arrested three people who may have sold packages of K2 and are linked to people getting sick starting Wednesday.
According to reports, a Richardson couple's dog was killed after a Hillary Clinton sign was posted in their front yard.
Three men were taken into custody Thursday when drugs were and a gun were found during a raid a home near a high school in north Houston.