A prominent Montrose veterinarian accusing of plotting an intricate murder-for-hire plot to kill her ex-husband has killed herself by jumping off her seventh-story condo Monday morning, according to law enforcement sources.
Continuing an alarming statewide trend, teachers in the Grand Prairie and Northwest school districts have been accused of having improper relationships with students.
The 1982 story of Spidey and the Incredible Hulk fighting bad guys in the streets of Houston during the rodeo parade doesn't seem to lose its appeal to superhero fans and Houston history buffs.
Police officers are struggling to find clues as to how a young man wound up dead Sunday night on the sidewalk in west Houston.
Yet, White-Nose Syndrome, a fatal fungal disease, has rapidly killed millions of hibernating bats since 2007 when it was first discovered near Albany, N.Y.
One person is dead and six people were shot in a northeast Harris County apartment complex, according to television reports.
Letting scotch or wine age is an old practice. How does it work with Dr. Pepper? Good question.
A retired Houston police officer shot his knife-wielding neighbor Saturday evening, according to local reports.
It's unclear with alcohol was a factor in the crash.
Former Texas Christian University starting quarterback and Seattle Seahawk, Trevone Boykin, was arrested early Monday when a car he was a passenger in crashed into a bar in Uptown Dallas and injured five people, WFAA in Dallas reports.
A Texas woman faces charges of abandoning or endangering a child after her daughter was found wandering Wichita Falls, Texas streets alone.
A deputy shot and injured a driver in north Harris County, after the driver apparently tried to run over the deputy.
A new video shows the moment eight survivors are rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard.
When Craig Randall Tippit, 37, left his home Saturday to train in Waller County for an upcoming triathlon, his wife Stephanie said it felt like any other weekend when he'd leave for what's usually an uneventful bike ride.
The Houston Rodeo busted through its all-time attendance record this year, bolstered by a massively popular Go Tejano Day concert and three weeks of beautiful Texas weather. Despite a shooting scare and concerns about Border Patrol's presence, the festivities drew more than 2.6 million people, about 100,000 more than the Thousands of Texans snagged last-minute fried Oreos, snuck closing peeks at livestock in NRG Center and took final trips on the 65-foot SkyRide overlooking it all as the nearly three-week rodeo roped in its final hours Sunday.
Just before midnight, police responded to a stabbing call near Goldspier and Carmel and found a 27-year-old with a neck wound.
The victim was shot in a drive-by, according to local reports.
Dressed head to toe in neon pink, one particularly festive supporter of the new administration held "Princess" and "You're #1" balloons as she danced on top of a wall. Nearby, a woman wrapped herself in a Texas flag with a gun on it shrieked "racist, racist, racist!" at Trump opponents across the street, who were inexplicably joined by a dancing red Power Ranger.
This week's best in long-form and investigative journalism includes a look at the possibility of mutant mosquitoes, a look at how rural and suburban sheriff's are signing up for an ICE program rejected by Harris County and the long-awaited return of Tom Brady's famously purloined jersey.
But even as Harris County ended the contract program known as "Secure Communities," sheriffs in Galveston, Brazoria, Tarrant, Waller and other counties have expressed interest in the same type of enforcement partnership under section 287(g) of the Immigration and Nationality Act that Harris County has dropped.
An 18-year-old accused of luring a 56-year-old man to a home for sex where he was fatally stabbed and his body burned in a dumpster was being manipulated by an abusive boyfriend, her lawyer said Monday.
Two 18-year-olds, including a young woman, accused of killing a 56-year-old man and burning his body in a dumpster in east Houston are expected in court Monday.
Shaquan Bennett along with his female co-defendant Courtney Burks were arrested Thursday and charged with capital murder.
The Houston Chronicle's series on special education and safety hazards at chemical plants both won big Sunday at the Associated Press Managing Editors' awards.
The seven-part "Denied" series on special education quotas won the first-place awards for community service, freedom of information, online package of the year and star investigative report of the year.
Just 20 minutes into the Bayou Art Festival Sunday, the Memorial Park picnic ground is alive with attendees drifting tent to tent, talking to artists and admiring displays.
Among the tinkle of glass wind chimes and chatter of passerby, Paul S.
Around 1 a.m., Houston police tried pulling over a black Volvo SUV, but the driver - a burglary suspect - refused to stop.
Miraculously, no one was hurt in the long-distance chase.
Houstonians headed out to celebrate the Indian culture and get a little messy at the 2017 Houston Holi Festival.