Investigation into Fatal Shooting at 12647 Ashford Meadow Drive

Houston police are investigating the fatal shooting of a man that occurred at 12647 Ashford Meadow Drive at about 1:20 a.m. on Sunday (March 19).

New Artwork Illuminates Houston’s Past with Multisensory Experience

The Bagby Street passage under Bayou Place, between Capitol Street and Texas Avenue, is now home to the newest addition to the City’s Art Collection. The Houston Oracle in Two Parts by sculptor Stephen Korns honors the city’s history while ...

Judy Smith, Impetus for Popular TV Series Scandal to Keynote TSU’s Maroon & Gray Affair Signature Fundraiser

Judy Smith, president of Smith & Company, a top strategic and crisis communication firm in Washington, DC, will serve as keynote speaker for The Maroon & Gray Affair, a black-tie fund-raiser for Texas Southern University. The gala will be held ...

Houston Sailor Serves On the USS Bonhomme Richard

Quartermaster Seaman Daija "Stella" Anderson, from Houston, determines the global position of amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) using a sextant, an instrument which measures the angle between the horizon and celestial bodies.

2 children accidentally shot outside Fort Worth Chuck E. Cheese's

Two children were shot accidentally outside the Chuck E. Cheese’s on Southwest Loop 820 near Hulen Mall.

Cyberbullying Victims' Families Rally For Awareness, Legislative Changes

On one of the last days of Spring Break, students, teachers and the families of cyber bullying victims rallied at La Marque High School's Etheredge Stadium.

Record-Breaking Crowds Attend 'Go Tejano Day' At RodeoHouston

"Go Tejano Day" at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo broke all-time paid Rodeo/Concert attendance records on Sunday.

Texas Congressional Map Discriminates Against Hispanics, Federal Judges Say

Two federal judges have released an opinion that accuses Lone Star State legislators of drawing a congressional map in a “rushed and secretive process” that intended to discriminate against Hispanic and Democrat voters.

Calling All Local Food and Beverage Innovators for H-E-B Primo Picks Quest for Texas Best

H-E-B Primo Picks Quest for Texas Best is visiting Houston on Tuesday, March 21 to share insight with local food and beverage creators interested in participating in the 2017 statewide competition.

Houston’s 37th Postmaster to Be Officially Sworn-In

Chenise LeDoux, who was recently appointed as Houston’s 37th Postmaster, will be officially sworn into office at 10 a.m. Friday, March 17, 2017.

Longtime Houston Taco Truck Owner Faces Deportation After ICE Arrest

In light of President Trump’s focus on anti-immigrant policies, restaurateurs across the country are facing a number of tough uncertainties over next four years. But for one Houston taco truck owner, Trump’s plans have become terrifyingly real.

New Home Library Project Aims to Close “Book Gap” in Houston

There’s a new effort to bridge what some call the “book gap” and it’s putting books in the hands – and homes – of hundreds of children in Houston.

Sunnyside Residents Rebel Over Potentially Toxic Site of New Multi-Service Center

Controversy is swirling in Sunnyside over the move of the Sunnyside Multi-Service Center.

Alicia Keys Takes Rodeo Houston

Alicia Keys made this year’s Black Heritage Night at Rodeo Houston a success by bringing in over 73,000 people. Even with such a huge crowd, it was very clear she wanted to pull everyone into her performance and feel a ...

Cory Solomon: Hometown Favorite Shines at RodeoHouston

When most boys have dreams of being a professional football player or basketball player, Cory Solomon wanted to trot down a different path. For as long as he could remember his goal has been to become a professional cowboy. Now ...