Health officials say three cases of the B.1.429 coronavirus variant, also known as the California strain, have been confirmed in Harris County.
Cy-Fair ISD says several students are being treated and evaluated for minor injuries.
A Houston man is still working hard to fully recover, after suffering severe health problems from COVID-19. His journey has lasted the past nine months.
Derrick Hayes, 35, is charged with capital murder, aggravated assault of a family member and felon in possession of a weapon.
The Harris County Sheriff's Office is searching for 67-year-old Miguel Ramon Gonzalez, who has been missing since February 2020.
Authorities say the 89-year-old woman’s granddaughter discovered the fire when she arrived at the home Tuesday night, and she called 911.
The sheriff’s office is investigating after a man was shot multiple times inside a residence in northeast Harris County.
One in three adults in Houston can't read past a 6th grade-level. On this National Read Across America Day, the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation talks about ways their working to improve literacy rates.
The Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market SPRING is returning this April with in-person shopping.
Several buildings make up the complex and they all have one thing in common, no running water.
$1.5 million is being invested in the Disaster Home Repair Collaborative, and $150,000 is allocated to Connective, a disaster recovery and preparedness system for the Texas Gulf Coast Region.
Where can you get tested for COVID-19 in Houston and surrounding areas. There are public testing sites and private sites. Some are free of charge, others cost a fee or bill a patient's insurance.
Houston police say four people were shot in a parking lot at 13700 Northwest Fwy.
The sheriff's office says a driver was arrested for DWI following a crash in north Harris County that left a man in critical condition.
Police say a man died after he was shot in the passenger seat of a car on Houston's south side.
A third COVID-19 vaccine has now been approved for emergency use in the United States. According to a spokesperson from Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS), Texas is expected to receive more than 200,000 initial doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
Thousands of homes in Texas remain without running water after 2 weeks since a deadly winter storm paralyzed the state. Hearing the tragic news, a couple of plumbers drove to Texas from New Jersey.
Here is a county-by-county list of reported cases, deaths, and recoveries in the greater Houston area.
Many tenants may find they are no longer protected by the CDC's eviction moratorium after a federal judge in Texas ruled it unconstitutional.
For the first time, an African American is second in command over 90 investigators who work in the Harris County District Attorney's Office.