How are you staying entertained and keep from going stir crazy?
We have enough testing supplies to last another day or two, but officials are hoping to get more tomorrow.
Here's how you can get out and exercise safely.
The questionnaire has gotten 54,000 hits.
People are getting creative with how to celebrate special occasions while social distancing!
We could all use some more companionship while stuck at home, so maybe it's time to give an animal a home!
Lakewood Church is holding an emergency blood drive in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Restaurants may be closing, but they're adapting to a new takeout-centric culture.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee urges residents with symptoms of the coronavirus to take no charge testing.
The News Edge at 10 p.m. anchor Kaitlin Monte
La Porte FFA made sure none of the kids' hard work went to waste, so they could still show their animals.
Grocery stores are picked clean, but Mayor Turner says not to worry about food shortages.
Officials confirmed on Thursday afternoon that a Houston COVID-19 patient was at the rodeo on Sunday, March 8.
Although it was a difficult decision made to keep Houstonians safe, canceling the rodeo has some negative impact.
On your next walk through the Heights, stop and admire this art installment until December!
One by one the Constables pushed back against Garcia's initiative.
Houston streets have become as colorful as the people who live here!
Houstonians are hoping to be the next big thing on the revival of MTV's Making the Band!
A man in Harris County and man in Stafford have both been hospitalized with coronavirus.
Coco Dominguez rates some of the new fare being offered at the rodeo, like deep fried red velvet cake and chocolate covered jalapenos!