1 hr ago
Douglas Karpen: Another Kermit Gosnell
One reason the "mainstream" media was willing to sacrifice what precious little remains of its credibility to sweep the lurid and extremely newsworthy Kermit Gosnell trial under the rug is that it was not an isolated incident.
5 hrs ago
Solo drivers can now pay to use the Highway 290 HOV
Drivers in northwest Houston looking to beat the traffic now have a new option: taking the HOV.
9 hrs ago
James Coney Island Unveils Line of Chef-Designed Hot Dogs on June 1
James Coney Island is one of the oldest restaurants in Houston, founded in 1923 by Greek immigrant brothers James and Tom Papadakis .
11 hrs ago
United to restart 787 flights on Monday
The planes are returning after being grounded for four months by the federal government because of smoldering batteries on 787s owned by other airlines.
Sun May 19, 2013
Suspect runs over feet of 2 HPD officers in northwest Houston
The incident happened just after 5 p.m. on Kempwood Drive near Blalock Road. The officers each had one foot that was run over by a suspect trying to drive away.
2 teens injured after crashing car into pole in southwest Houston
HOUSTON Two teenagers were taken to the hospital late Saturday night after police said they were involved in a car wreck stemming from an altercation with another teen in southwest Houston.
Austin dubbed one of the most affordable getaways by Travel + Leisure
It seems that someone still finds value in traveling to Austin . Travel + Leisure recently ranked Austin the No.
Wine school: High-end Houston restaurant makes summer classes fun, plans to build a new patio
It's almost summertime in the city, and for me that means two things: Spending more time outdoors and drinking wine.
Taylor Swift hangs with some Houston fans, Andre Johnson steps into...
Before the social swells depart for their summers in cooler climes, the non-profits are filling the May calendar with kickoffs for their fall fundraisers and retailers are inviting others to shop for a worthy cause.
Photos: Ascension in Focus, 5/9/13
Advocate staff photo by ADAM LAU -- Jesse Bateman reacts after winning the 2013 Ascension Idol competition, a fundraiser for the Ascension Fund.
Sat May 18, 2013
Suspected drunk driver slams into police patrol car on Highway 290
A Houston police officer was lucky to escape with only minor injuries after a pickup slammed into his patrol car early Saturday morning.
Deputies search for suspect in connection with shooting at north Houston restaurant
HOUSTON Homicide investigators are looking into the shooting death of a man at a Vietnamese restaurant Saturday afternoon in north Houston, deputies said.
One arrested, another at large after high speed chase in north Houston
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 officials find body of missing postal worker
Texas law enforcement agencies have found the body of a missing postal worker in the remains of her burned vehicle in a Houston suburb.
Texas School District Picks Dell Windows 8 Tablets
The Clear Creek Independent School District in Texas has chosen Dell Latitude tablets running Windows 8 as the basis for a one-to-one student technology program that will begin in the fall.
Texas All Star Wrestling returns to Traders Village Houston this weekend
Texas All Star Wrestling returns to the Trader's Village marketplace in Houston on Sunday afternoon for a live afternoon of pro wrestling .
Fri May 17, 2013
Tyler Morning Telegraph
David A. Coats, M.D.
Memorial services for David Alexander Coats will be held at First Presbyterian Church on May 20, 2013, at 1 p.m. with the Rev.
The Hearne Democrat
The Parish House is one of the more popular homes in this year's tour.
With 20 plus homes in the tour this year, the 45th annual Calvert Y+Tour of Homes is being billed as the Historical Pilgramage.
National Salad Month Houston restaurant specials: Get your family to eat veggies
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.
The Top Five Things to Do in Houston This Weekend: Pam Ann:Cockpit,...
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)