A man who fled from a collission early Sunday morning died when he wrecked a second time.
City Attorney David Feldman on Friday announced that he plans to resign next month, citing, among other reasons, that he could better defend the city's embattled equal rights ordinance as a key witness than as a lawyer in the upcoming case.
According to reports, a school bus with the Cy-Fair school district was involved in an accident Friday afternoon.
Police are searching for the suspected robbers of at least one store in northeast Houston.
A video showing the first on-duty deadly shooting by a Hedwig Village police officer in nearly two decades was released on Thursday, authorities said.
A man who was convicted in 2012 after asserting self-defense in a "stand your ground" case deserves a new trial, an appeals court ruled Thursday.
A man accused of stabbing his wife, then shoving her into a refrigerator in the family's Houston apartment, is in custody on a murder charge, authorities said Wednesday. An Amber Alert was issued for the woman's infant, Achilles Lambert, 11 months, after Houston police examined the apartment.
A director of a local research firm says lower oil prices may further exacerbate a chronic problem plaguing our city:
Urban Land Institute is releasing preliminary recommendations following their recent study of the Harris County Astrodome.
Sheriff's deputies are investigating a body found in a bayou in northwest Harris County.
There has been an arrest in a Stafford murder case that brought tragedy down on a family as the holiday season began.
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission has canceled a second contract with local technology company 21CT over concerns about how it was awarded, a spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday.
A man may lose his leg after he was attacked by a pair of pit bulls, Harris County sheriff's officials said Wednesday.
The 59-year-old man was attacked about 3 p.m.
U.S. officials in Sri Lanka Wednesday rejected the student visa application of an Afghan man who previously worked as an interpreter for a U.S. Army chaplain and who wanted to study in Houston.
The 45-year-old suffers from chronic pneumonia and has to stay tethered to an electric oxygen pump in order to breathe.
Children were ripping open their packages like it was Christmas morning, tossing wrapping paper, ribbons and bows aside to reveal stuffed animals, Hello Kitty dolls, and Nerf guns.
According to court documents, the child was brought to the hospital at least twice prior to her death for what was diagnosed as a suspected upper respiratory infection.
[...] an autopsy later found several contusions and abrasions on the child's body, along with almost 40 rib fractures, bone fractures and lacerations of several internal organs.
The blaze broke out about 4:45 p.m. Friday at an apartment complex at 270 El Dorado.
The mother of a 3-week-old girl has been charged in the infant's death last year, officials with the Harris County Sheriff's office said Friday.
A 33-year-old man who was a passenger earlier this month on a flight from Qatar to Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport has been indicted after he allegedly threatened to blow up the plane.
Kids' health sole wish of struggling mom
Each suffers from different types of medical conditions and learning disabilities.
The Houston Chronicle program provides toys for needy children 2 to 10.
When he was about 4, he had to undergo heart surgery, the young mom said.
Ten members and associates of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas gang were sentenced to prison this week in a Houston federal courtroom for their roles in a racketeering conspiracy, officials announced on Thursday.
Traffic was snarled Thursday morning on Interstate 45 in downtown after a big-rig trailer overturned, spilling its cargo onto the roadway.
Family life can be a bit hectic at the Coles' apartment in the north Houston area, but her older children help out, she said.
Christian, 14, Chanya, 13, and Destiny, 12 have taken the responsibility of caring for their younger siblings Jordan, 8, and Cydney, 6, while Cole works full-time as a security guard.
Candidate Joanna Sharp Dawson received about 29 percent.
Because none of the candidates received more than 50 percent of the vote, the two top vote earners were forced into a runoff.