As thousands of runners prepare for the Chevron Houston Marathon, commuters should plan for road closures.
A person has been transported to the hospital via LifeFlight after a major crash in Highlands, Texas.
A gravel spill has multiple southbound lanes of the 610 East Loop blocked at the I-10 East Freeway.
It’s New Year’s Eve and officers everywhere will be on the lookout for drunk drivers, especially the new task force created in Montgomery County for traffic and DWIs.
A viewer sent Fox 5 a photo of the aftermath.
State troopers and DPS are investigating a deadly accident involving an 18-wheeler and pickup truck.
One person died in a wrong-way crash in the southbound mainlanes of the North Freeway over Rankin Road. All southbound mainlanes are currently shutdown.
Eleven Metro bus operators were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after a shuttle bus crashed into a light pole near Commerce and Fannin in downtown Houston.
Debris was scattered on the I-10 East Freeway after a truck apparently struck the overpass at Waco Street.
Multiple lanes of the I-10 East Freeway are closed at Waco Street after a truck apparently struck an overpass.
Officials say mercury spilled near Westview Drive and W. Sam Houston Parkway. less than a pint of mercury was spilled in the parking lots of a Walmart, Sonic, and Shell. Reports of 60,000 gallons of spilled mercury are inaccurate.
The crash happened on Wade Road in Baytown. The driver of the truck was transported to the hospital by ground, along with three children. A 17-year-old male was Life Flighted.
Police say the driver of a box truck died in a crash on the Gulf Freeway on Friday morning.
The City of Houston is hosting the annual H-E-B Thanksgiving Day Parade in downtown Houston.
A driver is dead and two people, including an infant, were injured in a major accident in Crosby.
Starting Wednesday, a near-record number of people will be on the roads for the holidays. Even more will be flying — or at least trying to fly — to their destination.
Police are asking drivers to avoid the area and use alternate routes following a fatal crash.
TxDOT and Houston authorities are taking precautions this year to make sure holiday drivers are safe.
Houston’s roads are always congested, and the holidays mean it is going to get worse. People travel in every direction, so it is hard to pinpoint which routes are the safest to travel.
The number of accidents on our roadways starts to go up during this time every year, which is why county officials are not wasting time, and are out in full force monitoring the major highways, even using satellites as their no refusal policy begins now.