A new crime initiative called the Harris County Safe program passed unanimously in county commissioners court Tuessday.
Back in August, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo was downright combative in defending the integrity of an $11 million Covid communication contract awarded to a one-woman firm with a short track record and little financial backing.
A mother is demanding justice for her 19-year-old special needs son, who was beaten and stabbed in the Harris County Jail, and according to his family, it resulted in his death.
Harris County Precinct 3 Commissioner Tom Ramsey is furious - incensed over proposed political boundaries which would drastically reduce the geographic size of the area he serves and alter the demographic make-up to favor a Democrat in future elections.
Claiming its members are "beyond exhaustion" and in near-constant danger, the union representing detention officers is suing Harris County in federal court.
In an exclusive interview with David Cuevas, who represents more than 3,000 deputies with the Harris Co. Sheriff's Office, FOX 26 has learned of a lawsuit against the commissioner's court and Sheriff Ed Gonzales.
At Tuesday's meeting of Commissioners Court, Precinct 3's Tom Ramsey pressed the issue, urging Republicans and Democrats alike to publicly pick a side, either support the Constables or not.
FOX 26 Political Reporter Greg Groogan explains the new details uncovered after breaking news of the $11 million project that was awarded by Harris County to a one-person company.
Police say the 26-year-old Little League football coach and Prairie View A&M graduate was fatally ambushed a year ago by a habitual, violent offender who'd been released on multiple felony bonds.
An outcry is growing against what some deem a funding cut for Harris County Constables.
Harris County Commissioners Court has moved the day-to-day responsibility of running "all" county departments to an unelected appointee chosen by the party in charge.
FOX 26 looking deeper into unlicensed boarding homes in Harris County after a recent discovery forced officials to remove 9 people living in unsuitable conditions.
The Harris County Commissioners Court has approved a new Affirmative Action Program.
Immigrants who are victims of crimes or apart of legal deportation cases can seek legal help in Harris County.
The $30 million Harris County COVID-19 Relief Fund will distributed to families both through nonprofit organizations in the community and a randomized application systems.