A man has been charged with murder and two counts of aggravated assault in an attack in Montgomery County Saturday that left one dead and two injured, authorities said.
A man was fatally shot in northwest Houston early Sunday morning, authorities said.
A man is in critical condition after being attacked by a machete early Saturday morning near Channelview.
The attack happened at 5 a.m. at Renault and Hollywood in east Harris County.
Reports detailed a scary incident at Bush Intercontinental Airport on Friday.
Colorado police busted a major operation that had been exporting the state's recently-legalized marijuana to Texas and other states.
Here's the scenario: Your friend is visiting Houston for the first time this weekend. What are you going to do?
Some people like to pretend there's nothing touristy to do here.
The YES Prep board finalized a decision Thursday to halt plans to expand to Memphis, cancelling a two-year pledge to operate its Houston-born charter schools in the troubled city.
YES Prep's chief executive officer Jason Bernal had recommended ending the project, worried about low student enrollment, long-term funding and a less friendly political climate.
If you have driven in and around the Houston area lately you have probably seen our state flower, the bluebonnet, dotting the roadsides and grassy expanses.
A former Harris County deputy constable is facing a year in county jail if convicted on a theft charge.
Dedrick Johnson, 28, was charged Wednesday with theft by public servant, authorities said.
A man was fatally shot in a drive-by shooting in northwest Houston Saturday night, authorities said.
A man was fatally shot during an argument in south Houston Saturday evening, authorities said.
The incident occurred around 5:22 p.m. in the 9200 block of Noel. Investigators learned that an argument between two men led to gunfire.
According to reports, a two-alarm fire broke out at an apartment complex in northwest Harris County on Friday.
A cellblock with 17 Harris County jail prisoners remains under quarantine after the death earlier this week of an inmate from an unknown medical condition, state and county officials confirmed.
Fred Durst would prefer to not be confused again with alleged murderer Robert Durst.
Harris County medical examiners have ruled the drowning deaths of twin toddlers at their Pearland home last month were homicides.
Fourteen men and women from Houston have been charged in connection with a prescription drug distribution ring that spanned across the state and recruited the homeless to pose at patients at medical clinics to obtain prescriptions for the medications, federal officials said Wednesday.
March 25, 1949: On this day, former Texas Governor Ross Sterling passed away in Fort Worth, though he spent a significant portion of his life in the Houston area.
A pedestrian died in a fatal hit-and-run in northeast Houston Sunday morning, authorities said.
Likely presidential candidate Scott Walker said Saturday that he did not use the word "citizenship" when speaking at a New Hampshire dinner earlier this month where he reportedly endorsed a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
The lieutenant had a knee injury while the district chief injured his neck and was complaining of respiratory problems.
A firefighter with the Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department hyperextended his elbow while he was assisting the two who were injured, officials said.
Last Friday, the Houston Police Department invited members of the media, Houston City Council members, and civic leaders for Shoot, Don't Shoot training, meant to demonstrate the sometimes deadly dilemmas facing HPD officers in the field.
On this day, the Chronicle's Alan Truex described the Astros' infield of Jeff Bagwell, Craig Biggio, Ken Caminiti, and Andújar Cedeño as an "Infield of Dreams". So, were they the best Astro's infield ever?
It has been more than two and a half years since Tice, a freelance reporter, former Marine, and law student at Georgetown University, was kidnapped while covering Syria's civil war.
The Texas General Land Office is charging ahead with plans to hire a firm or group to run the Alamo, succeeding the Daughters of the Republic of Texas this summer, despite a lawsuit over ownership of archives at the historic complex.
An Alaska meteorologist is ruffling a few feathers with his latest assessment of the "dreariest" cities in the U.S.
More than 20 people have been arrested in a Texas and Louisiana prescription drug ring allegedly using the homeless to pose as patients.