Burning questions, answered
Officials say that Houston air is still okay to breathe.
African American History Month at Harris County Public Libraries celebrate the community's contribution to American life, from Shakespeare to jazz and beyond.
What you need to know before you hit the polls on Tuesday.
Of 15 U.S. counties who clocked in with large numbers of unvaccinated kindergarteners, Harris County ranked seventh.
Thanks to Hortense Sparks Ward's tireless fight for women's suffrage.
Darrell Jordan says he’s simply following the law when he releases defendants who can’t pay bail.
No significant alterations can be made—including demolition—without permission from the state.
Judge Katrina Griffith is trying to give kids aging out of the Texas foster care system a chance for independence.
Far too often, what happens to children in foster care is as bad or worse than what brought them there in the first place.
A Houston doctor makes some noise on Twitter.
Only 20 transgender politicians hold an elected office in the world, and Jenifer René Pool hopes to make it 21.
A new program allows those with non-violent misdemeanors to have offenses and warrants removed from their records.
Stats on Stats
For starters, public opinion on HERO doesn't match the way Houston voted.
The People’s Court
With an enormous amount of power and an annual budget of roughly $1.5 billion, it’s time you knew exactly what your county commissioners are doing.