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School’s homecoming rules put teen in awkward position

School’s homecoming rules put teen in awkward position

Suspect hospitalized after fleeing car crashes in southeast Houston

A short police pursuit ended in a violent crash on Houston's southeast side Thursday night, sending at least one suspect to the hospital.

Houston’s DPS crime lab investigated for mix-up in mailing blood sample

Houston’s DPS crime lab investigated for mix-up in mailing blood sample

The best donuts in Houston to bring to the office

International Coffee Day is next week, and nothing treats a nice cup of joe better than a delicious, circular baked sweet.

Sorry, Houston: Storms will dampen your weekend plans, NWS says

Rolling thunderstorms will likely dampen your weekend plans in Houston, according to the National Weather Service.

League City Police releases name of officer who shot and killed man while executing warrant

The League City police officer who shot and killed a man while executing a warrant on Wednesday has been identified by the police department. Officer Shane Yount, a 12-year veteran of the League City

Houston police release video in connection with deadly Third Ward shooting case

Houston police have released a video that they think can help identify the suspects in the murder case.

Onalaska ISD superintendent who made 'racist' comment listed as district's civil rights coordinator

Onalaska ISD superintendent Lynn Redden was listed as district's the civil rights coordinator in a U.S. Department of Education database.

Inmate dies of apparent suicide at federal prison in Houston

An inmate at a federal lock-up in downtown Houston died this week of an apparent suicide, officials said Thursday.

Harris County man dies of West Nile

A southwest Harris County man has died of complications from the West Nile virus, local public health officials reported Thursday, the first death from the mosquito-borne disease in Texas this year.

Children tied up in home invasion in north Harris County

According to the Harris County Sheriff's Office, four males forced their way into a home on Greenprint Circle, northeast of the Tomball area. Sheriff's officials say they don't believe that the

Lane marking to close League City stretch of I-45

Southbound lanes closed Friday night to Monday morning south of FM 518

A day of wrecks: a brief timeline of Blaine Boudreaux's alleged crashes

Blaine Boudreaux is accused of causing four wrecks on April 26, 2015, including two that were fatal, while intoxicated. He spoke with police after the first alleged wreck and received a ticket. The

How to watch the Ted Cruz vs. Beto O'Rourke debate Friday night

After weeks of planning, the debate between Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Beto O'Rourke is finally here.

Houston's best patio bars to explore this fall

Cooler temperatures are coming to Houston, we promise.

Drug, sex trafficking investigation closes pool hall, 14 arrested

The Texas Alcoholic and Beverage Commission canceled the liquor permit for El Condor Pool Hall, 9714 Veterans Memorial Drive, north of Texas 249 and the business was shut down on Saturday, the agency

Crosby ISD trustee resigns amid financial turmoil

Crosby ISD Trustee Cathi Hughes submitted her immediate resignation from the northeast Houston-area school district Thursday morning, saying she no longer resides in the district.

Woman arrested after chase ends in Northside area

The woman fled after officers responded around 9:30 p.m. to reports that she and two other women were physically assaulting each other, including throwing food and water, at a sushi restaurant on

The "Battle of the Sexes" was more than a tennis match at the Astrodome

One of the most storied events in the history of the Astrodome was the Sept. 20, 1973, tennis match dubbed "The Battle Of The Sexes," which pit 50-something tennis veteran Bobby Riggs against Billie