Can you dig it?

Construction-themed Amusement Park 'Dig World' Coming to Katy This Fall

Get the chance to drive skid steers and UTVs at the new family-friendly theme park.

08/25/2021 By Carolina Larracilla

We knew that

TIME Magazine Recognizes Houston in World's Greatest Places 2021

Houston was named the 'Lone star stunner' on TIME's World's Best Places list.

07/23/2021 By Shelby Stewart

Plant On

Here’s What Achieving "Tree Equity" Could Mean for Houstonians

Houston’s wealthier neighborhoods have about 14-percent more tree cover than lower-income neighborhoods,

07/23/2021 By Laura Furr Mericas

We still love Houston

Houston Drops to No. 39 in Best Places to Live, According to This Study

The city significantly looses its rank from last year's charting.

07/22/2021 By Jaisal Kalapatapu

Buckle Up

Houston's I-45 Takes the Title of Most Dangerous Highway in the U.S.

The country’s deadliest road is right here in Houston.

07/21/2021 By Carolina Larracilla

We’ve got some bad news … 

Are Fireworks Actually Legal in Houston? 

We take a look at the laws behind shooting off firecrackers within city limits. 

07/01/2021 By Jaisal Kalapatapu

It’s all about the taxes

The Legal Logistics of Eloping

A quick guide to all of the paperwork behind your “quickie” wedding ceremony. 

06/22/2021 By Sydney Davis

take your best shot

Muni Saved: Revitalizing the Historic Gus Wortham Park Golf Course

The splashiest golfing destination in town

04/27/2021 By Gwendolyn Knapp

it's the ship

The Beauty in our Backyard: The Houston Ship Channel in Photos

The people from around the globe who pass through the Port of Houston, keeping it the beating heart of commerce and trade.

04/12/2021 By John Dunaway Photography by John Dunaway

Sunnyside Up

What's Going on with the Sunnyside Solar Farm?

A closed city dump on the edge of one of Houston’s oldest historically Black southside neighborhoods is set to become the nation’s biggest urban solar farm—and we have questions.

04/06/2021 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Hometown Hero

Houston Officially Has a New Police Chief

31-year HPD veteran and Houston-native Troy Finner was sworn in Monday.

04/05/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Mixed-use Mania!

6 Mixed-Use Developments Transforming Houston

City blocks are changing all over town—here's what you need to know.

04/02/2021 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Rules of the road

No More Electric Scooters on Houston Sidewalks? We Have Solutions!

City Council voted this week to take e-scooters to the street, so here’s a list of 10 alternate modes of transportation for you.

03/25/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Peace Out

Where For Art Thou ... Miami?

Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo is departing.

03/15/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt and Gwendolyn Knapp

Houston Helping Out

Want to Help? Here are Local Houston Charities You Can Donate to Right Now

In the aftermath of the record-breaking winter storm, many are looking for ways to help. Try these Bayou City nonprofits and charities.

02/19/2021 By Dianna Wray

Hope you like your Valentine

Stay Off the Roads Starting Sunday Night Through Tuesday, Officials Say

Winter is coming to Houston. Here’s what you should know.

02/12/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Laissez les bons temps rouler

Our Favorite Krewe of Saints Houses in Galveston

Neighborhoods across the island have lit up their homes in celebration of Mardi Gras.

02/10/2021 Photography by Jeff Fitlow

Season Pass

The Space City Weather Guys Talk the Ike Dike and Last Year's Hurricane Season

A chill Houston (hurricane-wise) 2020 is no reason to get complacent, Matt Lanza and Eric Berger say.

01/26/2021 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Wait. Where?

Here’s Why People Across the U.S. Are Flocking to This Houston Suburb

One real estate agent calls Conroe the land of opportunity. 

01/21/2021 By Laura Furr Mericas

Days of Service and Change

5 Ways to Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in Houston This Weekend 

There are service events, a virtual parade, and more.

01/15/2021 By Brittany Cristiano