The patients have been linked to a mix of both international travel and community spread.
Starting on Monday, April 6, distribution will start back up with a streamlined process that will implement increased safety measures.
The Houston drive-thru testing site for people with COVID-19 symptoms opens on April 1. Those who wish to be tested must first go through a screening process to determine if they are eligible.
Houston police say a 5-year-old boy was on an apartment balcony with his family when someone began shooting in a parking lot, and a stray bullet struck the child.
While most people are keeping their kids away from the playground, entire groups of people are still gathering at basketball courts but now that’s likely to change.
Lotus Seafood in West Houston is stepping up as families fall on hard times. Until Wednesday, they're giving away free meals to children.
Surveillance video caught a photo of the person who reportedly trashed the restaurant’s office before getting away with liquor, a tool box, an iPad and the employee assistance fund of a few thousand dollars.
At least 30 Harris County Jail inmates are showing symptoms and another 500 were potentially exposed to the virus. All inmates are currently in quarantine and being monitored.
College students and their parents are frustrated they still have to pay rent for apartments now that schools have canceled classes and gone online during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Houston police say a male driver was ejected during the crash and a woman was pinned inside the vehicle.
A METRO bus operator and a METROLift dispatcher have tested positive for coronavirus.
The incident occurred at 5230 Aldine Mail Rd, where a 14-year-old appeared to have intentionally contaminated produce.
As cases in Houston continue to grow significantly, the mayor is pushing physical distancing.
Across the country, some parks and beaches are closed. Mayor Turner has expressed the possibility of stricter enforcement at parks to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but so far that’s not the case.
All the CDC guidelines that are in place are to keep us safe during the coronavirus pandemic, unfortunately, mean staying apart even if your loved one has passed away.
We have enough testing supplies to last another day or two, but officials are hoping to get more tomorrow.
While the project is not altogether canceled, the future is uncertain.
Officials hope to keep testing large numbers of people for COVID-19, if they can get the necessary supplies.
Two college students who recently lost their jobs decided to use their free time to design t-shirts with 100 percent of the proceeds going to charity.
On Monday, March 16, Dr. Vanessa Barrow thought she had a cold or allergies and didn’t think much of it.