A bomb threat Monday morning has reportedly forced the evacuation of a company in the Conroe area.
The incident was reported about 3:30 a.m. at a company on Texas 75 near Meador, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office.
The eastbound lanes of U.S. 90 at Dairy Ashford were closed early Sunday following a fatal crash, according to the Sugar Land Police Department.
Spokesman Doug Adolph said a Chevy Tahoe traveling southbound on Dairy Ashford ran a red light and struck a Dodge Charger traveling westbound on U.S.
A man who allegedly fatally shot his wife while their pre-teen daughter was home has been taken into custody.
Houston Police Department spokesman Victor Sentias said Lance Hilton, 45, who faces murder charges, was brought in sometime Sunday but could not say where he was found.
A vigil was planned for Saturday at San Antonio's University of the Incarnate Word for a Baytown student who was fatally shot by a campus officer during a struggle after an early-morning traffic stop.
A passer-by found a man's body on Friday at the edge of a section of Brays Bayou in an east Houston neighborhood, authorities said.
A suspect has been arrested in the death of a 47-year-old man whose body was found in a burned car at a parking garage in northwest Houston earlier this year.
A former top official of the state cancer agency has been indicted on first-degree felony charges stemming from his involvement in the awarding of an $11 million grant without proper agency review, prosecutors announced Friday in Austin.
Criss, a Democrat, said in an email that she had sent a letter to Gov. Rick Perry making her resignation effective at 5 p.m. Friday, leaving a judicial post she was elected to for four terms.
Arlin Keith Gulley was killed in the incident, which occurred about 6 p.m. on Miller Road No. 2 at Miller Road No. 1, according to the Harris County Sheriff's Office.
A man has been sentenced to six months in Texas state prison after repeatedly stealing cologne and body wash from various retailers in Houston. He pleaded guilty Monday morning and was then sentenced.
James Edrith Hales and Jessekah Lynn Few were killed in the single-car wreck about 5:45 a.m. in the 4400 block of FM 1960 East in the Humble area, according to the Harris County Sheriff's Office.
Terminal B at Bush Intercontinental Airport was evacuated at about noon on Sunday after oil boiled out of a transformer and began smoking.
Houston Fire Department spokesman Jay Evans said the power will likely be out in the terminal for several hours.
Adriana Escobedo remembers the joy of getting a box of toys each Christmas that contained puzzles, bouncy balls, coloring books and stuffed animals.
The presents were given through the generosity of the Houston Chronicle's Goodfellows program, which provides toys for children whose families need help because of unemployment, illness or other family circumstances.
At a candlelight vigil in southwest Houston honoring former South African President Nelson Mandela, Lawrence Bell II compared him to another civil rights leader.
Mandela had been hospitalized in recent months for a series of health and lung problems, during which time another vigil had been held at the restaurant.
Struggling single mother hopes to brighten kids' yule
A single mother of two, she's trying to get her life on course after escaping abusive relationships.
After taking refuge for a few months at The Bridge Over Troubled Waters, a shelter in Pasadena, Morris and her children have been living on their own for about a year.
A man died Friday morning when he apparently lost control of his car and slammed into a tree along the frontage road of Interstate 45 in north Houston.
The single-vehicle wreck happened about 8:20 a.m.
In his filing last month, Sommers stated that he was informed after Brown's heart attack that "certain valuable personal property, including jewelry, was being held and/or concealed by third parties."
A worker died Thursday night as he and another man were repairing a water line in northwest Harris County.
The incident occurred about 10 p.m. in the 17900 block of Longenbaugh Drive, according to the Harris County Sheriff's Office.
Portions of U.S. 290 are shut down Friday morning after an 18 wheeler crash left the truck's trailer dangling from an overpass.
The wreck happened about 6:45 a.m. on Liendo Parkway at the freeway, according to the Waller County Sheriff's Office.
A trio of young white rhinos arrived at the Houston Zoo last week. The three males, Indy, Mumbles, and George, came from a Florida reserve that specialized in endangered species.
Police Saturday were searching for a Houston man who allegedly fatally shot his wife while their pre-teen daughter listened to their quarrel from elsewhere in the family home.
Police spokesman Victor Sentias encouraged anyone with knowledge about the case to contact Crime Stoppers or the police homicide division.
Sensitive information for about 1,300 transplant patients is missing after a laptop and files were reported stolen, officials with Houston Methodist Hospital said Friday.
Sixteen United States Postal Service offices in the Houston area will be open this Sunday and next Sunday, December 15, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. to accommodate the extra glut of holiday mail, according to a USPS press release.
A college student from Houston was shot and killed early Friday morning in San Antonio by a University of the Incarnate Word police officer, according to UIW officials.
The incident happened about 8 a.m. in front of the University Center, according to a security alert posted on the school's website.
Three suspects robbed the armored car as it was making a pickup, officials said.
Prosecutors said the getaway driver in a 2009 Houston armored car robbery in which a guard was shot has been sentenced to five years in prison.