8 family-friendly places to celebrate America’s 245 birthday.
Here are all the places to drop your tree off in the Bayou City.
The annual City of Houston tradition, now in its 101st year, will stream on December 5 and 18.
The decision comes after a significant drop in the city's Covid-19 positivity rate.
Pay it forward
Mattress Mack, Trae Tha Truth, and more are coming together to help out.
We're going carbon neutral by 2050, y'all.
What you need to know before you hit the polls on Tuesday.
City dollars will fund five artists to tell the stories of five culturally rich but historically under-resourced Houston neighborhoods.
Turn down for this
A long-running dispute between the Near Northside venue and local residents has finally reached a settlement.
Meet one of the 45 new artists recruited to expand the city's mini mural program.
Rony Ortiz Andrade
Both sides of the fight are claiming the non-decision as a victory of sorts.
And why are they still everywhere?
Thousands of Houstonians have been left with gutted homes—and many, many questions.
Katharine Shilcutt and Roxanna Asgarian
Dept. of Optimism
The city's going to change now, right? Right?
Heroes of Harvey
Nobody's perfect, but our local leaders deserve a thank-you for staying calm and clear-headed in the midst of disaster.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
After a violent weekend in Charlottesville, Va., Houston reckons with its own history.
Dowling Street recently became Emancipation Avenue—but what exactly does that process entail?
We break down the issues impacting our city’s public-employee retirement system.
Joe Turner is transforming Houston’s parks—and all on an ever-tightening city budget. How does he do it? Teamwork.
A morning cruise with Houston's blight fighters