Travis Scott discusses Astroworld Tragedy

Houston rapper Travis Scott is speaking out about the Astroworld Tragedy where 10 people were killed at the 2021 concert while Scott was on stage performing. In an interview with GQ Magazine, Scott says he was quoted as "overly devastated" after the festival.

Travis Scott returning to Houston for tour

Travis Scott is set to perform in Houston for the first time since the Astroworld Tragedy claimed the lives of 10 people. FOX 26's Gabby Hart has the reaction from the mayor on his return.

Astroworld tragedy report breakdown

We're getting a better look into the events that unfolded at Travis Scott's 2021 Astroworld Festival that left 10 dead. The Houston Police Department has releases it's more than 1200 page report and FOX 26's Shelby Rose breaks it all down.

2021 Astroworld tragedy: Full report released

Houston Police Department has released its full investigative report into the 2021 Astroworld tragedy. Witnesses are cited in the report, recalling their experience as the crowd crush at NRG Park killed 10 and left thousands injured.

Astroworld victims died of 'slow compaction'

A Harris County grand jury decided not to criminally indict six people over the deadly 2021 Astroworld tragedy, including Travis Scott. FOX 26's Sherman Desselle has more details from the investigation nearly two years in the making.

Travis Scott won't be charged for Astroworld

A Harris County grand jury has decided not to criminally indict six people over the deadly 2021 Astroworld tragedy, including Houston native rapper Travis Scott. Ten people died and hundreds were injured as Scott was on the stage performing during his Astroworld Festival.

Travis Scott Astroworld investigation details

A press conference was held after a Harris County grand jury declined criminal charges against Travis Scott for the Astroworld Festival tragedy that left 10 dead and hundreds injured in 2021.

Astroworld victims honored around Houston with pink bows

FOX 26's Damali Keith speaks with Congressman Al Green on the investigation into the deadly concert that took the life of 10 people. The Pink Bows Foundation, a non-profit honoring Madison Dubiski who lost her life in the tragedy, is encouraging everyone to tie pink bows in honor of the victims.