News

Will the Arkema Indictments Change the Way Houston Chemical Companies Operate?

The release of toxic chemicals at Arkema's Crosby outpost during Hurricane Harvey has led to criminal charges against its CEO and plant manager.

12/31/2018 By Dianna Wray

News

What Happens When Female Soldiers Come Home?

Support services are ill-equipped when it comes to helping female veterans, who experience service, deployment, and trauma differently from their male counterparts, and have different needs after leaving the military.

12/31/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Year in Review

Our 11 Most Popular Stories of 2018

Standing ovations, tacos, road trips, and bullet trains topped the list this year.

12/25/2018 By Nicki Koetting

Godspeed

George H.W. Bush Takes His Final Ride Through Texas Aboard Union Pacific Locomotive 4141

The Lone Star State salutes the former president as he heads to his final resting place.

12/06/2018 By Dianna Wray

¿Alexa, Dónde Esta?

Lyft Is Now Available en Español

The ride-share app is introducing a multilingual update for Spanish-speaking drivers and passengers.

11/28/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Ice House

Rush to Judgment: So, Is Houston Fun?

We have to be better than No. 18 in the country, right? Right?

11/26/2018 By Nicki Koetting

The Thirst Is Real

Who’s Paying $30 for a Bottle of Soda from Houston?

Drake, for one.

11/26/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Ice House

How to Thwart Porch Pirates This Holiday Season

Real-life Grinches are out there.

11/26/2018 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Houston Strong!

Take 10 Minutes to Fill Out the Hurricane Harvey Registry

Your survey answers can help the future of public health and emergency planning.

11/22/2018 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Vox populi

Twitter Mourns for Beto O'Rourke, the Internet's Favorite Candidate

The El Paso congressman may have lost the election, but he'll always have the tweets.

11/07/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Fire Fight

What You Need to Know About Proposition B

A primer on what Houston firefighter pay parity with police officers actually means.

10/22/2018 By Dianna Wray

Nevertheless, She Persisted

In the Midst of Fiery Kavanaugh Hearings, Anita Hill Will Speak In Houston

The attorney and academic sat in Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's seat 27 years ago. Tomorrow, she'll address the past, present, and future of the #MeToo movement at a global conference for women in technology.

09/27/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Ice House

How the Houston Zoo Is Trying to Save the Attwater Prairie Chicken

This chicken's numbers have perilously dropped in recent decades.

09/21/2018 By Cicely Rubottom

Troubled Waters

A Year After Harvey, West Houston Remembers

A new documentary highlights the lasting ripples of the release of the Addicks and Barker reservoirs.

09/20/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Welcome, Newstonians

Newcomer's Guide 2018

Your guide to: Hot neighborhoods, cool parks, important Beyoncé landmarks, great schools, essential bars and restaurants, the city's best boutiques, and more.

08/30/2018 By Houstonia Staff

Newcomer's Guide

Welcome to Houston, the Big, Overwhelming, Most Diverse City in America

You’re going to love it here. But there are some things we need to talk about.

08/30/2018 By Jeff Balke

Shallow End

Voters Say Yes to the $2.5 Billion Harris County Flood Bond

But only 150,000 voted on the largest bond in Harris County history.

08/27/2018 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Harvey Anniversary

Watch: Remembering Some of Houston's Worst Days, One Year Later

A powerful new documentary commemorates the mosaic of heroes who saved a city.

08/25/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Ice House

5 Reasons Why We're Not Bummed That Houston Isn't Getting a Hyperloop

Texas's first hyperloop line isn't stopping in the Bayou City, but we're fine with that.

08/17/2018 By Dianna Wray

Ice House

Houston Bars Join the Fight Against Plastic With Straw Bans

A pilot program run by the Houston Zoo's conservation team helps local bars ditch the straws.

08/17/2018 By Gwendolyn Knapp