Civil Rights groups gathered at FBI headquarters in northwest Houston to demand an investigation into alleged jury tampering in Brazoria County. For more than a decade, former district clerk Rhonda Barchak is accused of separating jurors according to race and location, rather than using a non-biased, randomized process.
Multiple agencies are investigating following an abduction and sexual assault of a female minor in Alvin, authorities said.
Texas Rangers Public Integrity Unit are now investigating an alleged corrupt jury selection process in Brazoria County that’s been happening for more than a decade. The former district clerk in question has now retired. Her attorney is maintaining her innocence.
Some Southeast Texas school districts have announced plans to remain closed due to damage from Nicholas.
Latest list of school districts announcing campus closures due to COVID-19.
We are watching and continuing to look at the development ever since February's Freeze that happened and caused many deaths when the power grid gave out. We have a debrief on Texas Public Utilities Commission for permission to sell electricity directly to you.
As Houston-area school districts are heading back to school, students and parents may be faced with a mask mandate in their school district.
A new report finds potentially unsafe water quality due to fecal contamination and more at several Texas beaches, including a few in the greater Houston area.
The boil water notice has been rescinded as of 8:30 a.m. Monday. Officials say this means you no longer need to take any precautions when using water from the City's public water system.
The Coast Guard says a body was located during the search for a person who went missing when a boat capsized near Freeport.
AKC Reunite, the largest non-profit pet identification and recovery service provider in the United States announced its donation of an AKC Pet Disaster Relief trailer to the Brazoria County Office of Emergency Management.
Where can you get tested for COVID-19 in Houston and surrounding areas. There are public testing sites and private sites. Some are free of charge, others cost a fee or bill a patient's insurance.
Coast Guard Sector Houston-Galveston watchstanders received a report that 22-year-old Elijah Posana, a U.S. Airforce member, was swimming about 100-feet from shore at Surfside Beach near Freeport when someone saw him being pulled by a rip current.
A man in Freeport lost his life but was able to give the gift of sight to a mom in Florida. We got to witness the moment when the two families met virtually.
“The residents here are either disabled or older,” said resident Rebecca Stover. “A lot of them don’t drive, they don’t have a way to get around.”
A charity ride this Saturday will benefit Abigail Arias’ Foundation. The 7-year-old lost her battle with a rare kidney cancer back in 2019.
When complete, the facility's boxes will hold 100-Megawatts worth of battery power. It would be enough to temporarily power 20,000 homes.
A group of doctors and nurses from UTMB are going door to door to treat their patients and work outside of their schedules to administer COVID-19 vaccines.
Here is a county-by-county list of reported cases, deaths, and recoveries in the greater Houston area.
One woman took matters into her own hands and tackled a suspect who was fleeing from Lake Jackson police.