A Houston police officer was lucky to escape with only minor injuries after a pickup slammed into his patrol car early Saturday morning.
HOUSTON Homicide investigators are looking into the shooting death of a man at a Vietnamese restaurant Saturday afternoon in north Houston, deputies said.
A stolen car and a high speed chase late Friday night in north Houston landed one man in jail and the other on the run.
Texas law enforcement agencies have found the body of a missing postal worker in the remains of her burned vehicle in a Houston suburb.
Memorial services for David Alexander Coats will be held at First Presbyterian Church on May 20, 2013, at 1 p.m. with the Rev.
With 20 plus homes in the tour this year, the 45th annual Calvert Y+Tour of Homes is being billed as the Historical Pilgramage.
Do you have a hard time getting your family to eat their vegetables? May is National Salad Month and with it many Houston area restaurants are serving up salad specials that may tempt even the most vegetable challenged person in your family.
Thankfully ameliorating the perils of modern flight with her Mad Men -era attendant's cap and saber-sharp punch lines, that gorgeous standup stew from Australia jets back into Houston this Friday with the appropriately titled Pam Ann: Cockpit! The title is appropriate in that you'll see more gay men in her audience than on a junket to San Francisco ... (more)
Courageous Faith Christian Center, shepherd by Pastor JD Herron, will host the renowned Mississippi Mass Choir on May 18.
A man driving a pickup truck was shot in the head, causing him to crash into a home in southeast Houston, police said.
A doctor preparing for his son's funeral also had to deal with a break-in at his northeast Houston office early Friday.
Weeks like this one make it hard to believe I'm actually leaving this post next Friday, because what a whirlwind of activity we've seen in the last seven days.
A Houston property owner has installed headstones as part of a convoluted plot to keep vagrants from loitering on his land.
Uchi's Phillip Speer, left, and Kaz Edwards, chef de cuisine, work on dishes at the Blaffer Art Museum fundraiser.
Houston doesn't pay a whole lot of attention to what happens in Hempstead. But a small town fight over a giant garbage dump has attracted two of the highest profile combatants in the big city's public arena.