TCDD says participants in the study, which starts in a couple of weeks, will not be injected with the actual virus.
A Bellaire business owner has turned her hobby into a new venture that's now gone nationwide.
The COVID-19 pandemic hurt the economy of Houston's Chinatown even before stay-at-home orders were issued. Now, businesses are struggling to survive as Texas moves on to Phase 2 of reopening.
A Houston-area priest has died as the Galveston-Houston Archdiocese announces five members of his religious order test positive for COVID-19.
22 days have passed since 19-year old Cesar Cortes was shot to death, reportedly by a Bellaire High School classmate who brought the weapon to campus.
A call to action has been made by students impacted by the shooting death at Bellaire High School.
Bellaire High School officials are asking students for their feedback regarding safety and security at their school. They posted a survey that students can fill out anonymously.
Houston ISD leaders are meeting with Bellaire High School students to discuss safety over a week after a student was shot and killed on campus.
The gun believed to have been used in the deadly shooting at Bellaire High School is now in the hands of police.
The pistol that is believed to be the weapon used in last Tuesday’s shooting at Bellaire High School has been recovered and is in possession of the Bellaire Police Department, authorities say.
Officials say a weapon believed to have been used in the deadly Bellaire High School shooting has been found.
During the Friday afternoon rally, students called for transparency from district officials and a seat at the table when improving security is discussed.
On Friday afternoon, dozens of students held a rally at HISD headquarters demanding more transparency from administrators about guns on campus.
Friends, students and members of the community are invited to a commemorative service in honor of Cesar Cortes, the 19-year-old student who was killed in a shooting at Bellaire High School.
Houston ISD’s new, all-female board of trustees held its first meeting Thursday after four newly elected trustees were sworn in earlier that afternoon. At the swearing-in Thursday afternoon, Bellaire High School was brought up several times as board members worked to honor the memory of Cesar Cortes.
At the HISD swearing in on Thursday afternoon, Bellaire was brought up several times as board members worked to honor the memory of Cesar Cortes. One newly elected trustee shared a personal story on how Cesar's story hits too close to home.
Several police cars were parked outside the Bellaire High School throughout the day, which started with security checks of each student’s backpack.
Security was tight at Bellaire High School for the first day of class since a student was shot dead on Tuesday.
The Houston Independent School District says new security measures will be in place this morning as students return to Bellaire High School following a deadly shooting two days ago.
“I want Cesar to be remembered as the kind-hearted, fun-loving guy that he was,” said Jake Ridenbaugh, a JROTC member.