Usher cranks up heat at Reliant during his memorable first rodeo
The R&B and pop heartthrob filled his hourlong set with overtly sexual dance moves, flashes of six-pack and buckets of sweat.
Bryan, who pleaded guilty to racketeering, became the 60th person convicted in an ongoing federal probe that reached around the state, including Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Beaumont and elsewhere.
Most of the violent rime victims named in federal indictments were members or associates of the gang who had been targeted for discipline or death.
Texans cheerleading coach Alto Gary says it's an "honor" to be recognised as one of the top 10 cheerleading squads in the NFL.
The girl, who gave birth in her bathtub, thought her son was dead, a Child Protective Services caseworker told Harris County Juvenile Court Associate Judge Angela Ellis during a February hearing.
A man was killed in what police said may have been an accidental shooting at a northwest Houston home.
GALVESTON - Galveston police used excessive force when they broke up a group of bottle-throwing Mardi Gras revelers last weekend, a group of those arrested and family members alleged during a protest outside the Municipal Courthouse on Thursday.
The day before federal agents raided a Harris County house converted into a pill factory, they secretly watched Theodore Wilbur Johnson Jr.
A thriving community garden in the heart of Midtown has become a casualty of Houston's booming economy as real estate development forces out those who have enjoyed maintaining it for the past four years.
A southeast Houston man who allegedly thought an electrician owed him money for referring a customer is accused of beating up the electrician multiple times and striking him with a vehicle.
An off-duty Houston police officer fatally shot one of three robbery suspects inside his home Thursday morning in north Harris County, officials said.
The shooting happened about 9:30 a.m. at Waterside Court apartment complex, 503 West Road just west of the North Freeway, according to the Houston Police Department.
A house fire in the 200 block of Caplin near Fulton turned fatal last night, claiming the life of an elderly man inside, according to the Houston Fire Department.
AUSTIN - State Rep. Harvey Hilderbran of Kerrville conceded Friday to state Sen. Glenn Hegar of Katy in the Republican race for comptroller, leaving Hegar as the nominee without a runoff.
Houston's animal control team at BARC is seeking $3.4 million to bring about transformative change in their operations and get a handle on the city's stray dog problem.
It's estimated there are between 600,000 and 1.2 million stray dogs and cats on the city's streets in what is widely recognized as a crisis.
One body has been recovered, but two other people believed to be dead were still missing hours after a devastating house fire in northeast Houston on Thursday.
Houston police are investigating a fatal shooting in the parking lot of a southwest-side apartment complex.
The La Marque school district has been assigned a state conservator after consecutive years of poor academic performance and financial troubles.
District officials met with the staff Thursday to inform them of the Texas Education Agency's decision to appoint University of Houston-Clear Lake faculty member Carlos Price as a conservator through August.
A pedestrian was fatally struck by a non-emergency Houston Fire Department response vehicle Thursday, officials said.
GALVESTON Police used excessive force when they broke up a group of bottle-throwing Mardi Gras revelers last weekend, a group of those arrested and family members alleged during a protest on Thursday.
AUSTIN - Three Texas abortion clinics- including both facilities in the Rio Grande Valley and the sole clinic in Beaumont - have permanently shuttered their doors in the face of strict state laws currently being challenged in federal court.
An 18-year-old allegedly started a fire in his mother's northwest Harris County apartment because she would not give him money to buy marijuana, authorities said.
John Carter is facing arson charges for setting his mother's clothes on fire around 11 a.m.
Members of the Houston firefighter's union have signed off on a deal with Mayor Annise Parker that would prevent pulling fire trucks from service to help balance the Fire Department's budget.
The number of known far-right extremist groups in the United States fell significantly in 2013 for the first time in a decade, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Based in Montgomery, Ala., the organization recently published its annual report on hate groups and anti-government organizations in the Spring 2014 issue of its quarterly investigative journal, Intelligence Report.
Harris County deputies have asked for help finding five fugitives after four shootings and a sex assault.
Fire officials said the body of one victim was found in the charred rubble just before midnight. Fire crews found the home engulfed in flames when they arrived on Thursday afternoon, according to KPRC, and the structure was declared too dangerous for crews to enter.
Armed robbers shot into the air during a late-night holdup at a popular west Houston restaurant.
Authorities are searching for a man who Tuesday morning allegedly said he was an undercover police officer before sexually assaulting a woman in north Harris County. Gilliland reminded the public that law enforcement officials carry badges whether they are on or off duty.
A Houston police officer has been involved in a crash, officials said.
Department spokesman Kese Smith said the crash occurred abound 3:15 p.m. on the 7900 block of Hanna, in northeast Houston.
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