Just overnight, three different accused criminals were caught with someone else's passport, social security card, driver's license, and even someone's birth certificate. These things were reportedly in locked cars.
A man was reportedly in his garage working on one of his vehicles when a guy walked up to him and announced he was being robbed.
Constables have confirmed that the body is of a man and it was spotted in the creek at Jesse Jones Park.
Police say the man was found unresponsive in the back seat of a car in the parking lot of Lydon B. Johnson Hospital.
The Houston Federation of Teachers says the proposed state takeover of the Houston Independent School District is unconstitutional under U.S. and Texas law because it disenfranchises and discriminates against people based on race and national origin.
One person has died in a crash involving a pickup truck and a motorcycle.
"The New 93Q's" Kevin Kline is on a mission to bring awareness and raise funds for childhood cancer in an extraordinary way.
Kevin Kline has run 100 miles so far in below-freezing temperatures and is on track of his planned schedule.
Three women were rushed to the hospital after they drove up to a gas station screaming for help and saying that they had been shot, Harris County deputies say.
More than 700 military members and their families were invited to join in the fun.
A Houston firefighter says he's helped deliver a baby before, but never on the freeway, and never in front of a news crew.
One woman says that during a robbery on a food truck they work on, guns stayed pointed at them while one of the men searched her and another female worker for money. That’s when the women claimed the gunman started to touch them inappropriately.
Texas Southern University says the findings from the investigation have been delivered by the university to local authorities, and the person is no longer employed by the university.
A memorial was held to remember the 12 students killed and dozens injured on the tragic November day in 1999.
The event just kicked off with more than 700 military members and their families, who were invited to attend the cookout.
A warning from the Texas Attorney General’s Office says in this latest scam these thieves are persuasive. They are calling, pretending to be from the Crime Victim Services Unit of the Attorney General’s Office.
The suspects were reportedly armed with weapons and demanded the money from the cash registers. One of the suspects searched each of the women and inappropriately touched them while searching for the money. The suspects then fled the scene in a silver van.
Investigators are asking for help identifying a suspect they believe to be responsible for several armed robberies in multiple cities around the Houston area.
Houston Police Department will now become one of the largest police forces in the country to allow its officers to wear religious clothing while on the job.
Police are investigating why the 34-year-old woman crawled out of the car.