EPA, Houston Health Department and the John P. McGovern Museum Introduce New Village Green Station

The City of Houston’s Health Department, the John P. McGovern Museum of Health & Medical Science and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently unveiled the nation’s eighth Village Green Station during a ceremony in Houston, Texas.

Miss Caribbean United States Promoting Economic Growth for Caribbean Pride

For many women being a beauty queen and living in the spotlight is something we all secretly dream. Fortunately for Zoe Cadore, she does not have to dream it, as it is her reality. After grabbing the local title, Cadore ...

Court Is Still In Session: Q&A with Former Houston Rockets Terence Morris

“Growing up. We never had any famous athletes come back to talk to us. To see any players or former players you had to go to Baltimore or D.C. (Washington),” says the native from Frederick, Maryland. Standing at a solid ...

To Buy or To Rent? That is the Question. - Love and Real Estate

As we enter into the summer, love is in the air. And with love come engagements and weddings. After saying yes to the ring and I do to the love of one’s life, the next important question for couples to ...

Four Area Girls Earn Highest Award for Girl Scouting

Four young ladies’ acts of community service were so grand that they were deemed golden. Jade Bryant, Codi Fillmore, Milan Parris, and Regan Williams have just earned the highest award a Girl Scout can receive, The Gold Award, putting them ...

METRO Cracks Down on Fare Violations

If you don't pay, you will definitely pay. That's what METRO reminded riders when they issued 3,000 citations in the month of May alone.

CPS Under Investigation After Girl is Killed Following Reunion with Mother

An investigation is underway to figure out if more could haven been done to protect the 4-year-old little girl who was killed, allegedly by her own mother. Laquita Lewis made her first court appearance after undergoing a mental evaluation.

The Hottest Bridal Trends for 2017

Has your mailbox been flooded with wedding invitations this month? There is a reason for that. The simple answer is it is wedding season and June is the most popular month to get hitch. What is not so popular are ...

Historic Emancipation Park Rededication

Mayor Sylvester Turner led the rededication ceremony of Emancipation Park, together with OST/Almeda Redevelopment Corridors TIRZ#7, Emancipation Park Conservancy and the Houston Parks and Recreation Department, on Saturday, June 17, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. A day long festival (10:00 a.m. ...

Seven Exemplary Students Awarded Scholarship from Houston Housing Resource

Thousands of dollars were awarded to seven outstanding students through the Carmen V. Orta Memorial Scholarship Fund, which provides financial aid to students within the Houston Housing Authority (HHA) Public Housing and Housing Choice Voucher programs.

METRO Reminds Riders, Pay Your Fare or Pay a Fine

Would you rather pay $1.25 fare or a $75 fine? That’s the message METRO is sending violators who try to cheat the system. In May alone METRO conducted more than half a million fare inspections on the rail and wrote ...

Houston Native Serves Aboard Navy Warship Homeported in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

A Houston, Texas native and 2008 Booker T. Washington High School graduate, Petty Officer 2nd Class Larnell Smith is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the guided missile destroyer, USS Halsey.

Investigation into Female Found Deceased at 6400 Bissonnet

Houston police are awaiting autopsy results in the death of a female found at 6400 about 8:20 a.m. on Saturday (June 17).

Houston police are investigating a fatal auto-pedestrian crash at 7600 Bywood about 3:20 p.m. last Friday (June 16).

Houston police are investigating a fatal crash that occurred at 6300 North Freeway (North Interstate Highway 45) about 5:30 a.m. on Saturday (June 17).

Investigation into Fatal Crash at 7600 Bywood

Houston police are investigating a fatal auto-pedestrian crash at 7600 Bywood about 3:20 p.m. last Friday (June 16).