You know exactly where Monday’s report is.
Three Houston area educators were tapped as finalists for the 2017 H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards, highlighting the trio as some of the best educators in the state.
The American Heart Association’s International Stroke Conference has provided numerous research and consumer items for the general public. From items regarding African-American women at risk of heart disease facing far more loneliness than their white counterparts to Amazon’s Echo device being able to give users instructions for CPR, heart attack & stroke warning signs, researchers have covered plenty of bases.
On Tuesday, Sheriff Ed Gonzalez fulfilled a campaign promise and announced Harris County’s termination of its 287(g) Immigration and Nationality Act agreement with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The 287(g) program essentially deputizes selected local law enforcement officers to perform the functions of federal immigration agents within local jails.
Houston police and SWAT unit members responded to a report of shots fired at Ben Taub Hospital in the Texas Medical Center on Tuesday.
There are still few days in February to celebrate Black History Month. Three museums in Houston don’t stop their celebration on February 28th but continue all year making them the perfect place to soak up some history and culture.
Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg announced a new marijuana policy that she said would save the county millions of dollars and free up resources to focus on prosecuting violent crimes.
Best known for her percussion skills backing up iconic performers Beyonce and Prince, drummer Cora Coleman has been tapping in the real estate industry as owner of a construction company. According to KPRC, Coleman opened her company Building Simple this month.
Attorney Troy Wilson found himself at a loss and confused over why rapper Young Jeezy did not perform in Houston in December last year. Wilson's client promoted the concert, Wilson says, and Jeezy blew it off.
Houston's real estate market may be booming, but one local group is encouraging homeowners not to sell. Activists with the "T.R.I.L.L. Collective" --- which they say stands for Truth, Relevance, Intelligence, Leadership and Love -- urge residents in Houston’s Sunnyside and South Park neighborhoods to hold on to their properties.