Authorities say a woman was hit moments after they located a stolen car and tried to conduct a traffic stop but they kept on driving, causing several collisions in the process as well.
It's unclear why the two men were fighting or if was even a real fight, according to police.
The local Latino community is mourning the loss of a longtime mural honoring their contributions.
By now you know which of your plants survived the big freeze in February. Zach Buchanan with Buchanan's Native Plants in Houston shows us some outdoor plant options to replace the ones you may have lost in the freeze.
The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act includes a $28.6 billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund aimed at smaller players who aren't backed by deeper corporate pockets.
For the second-day doctors met their patients in the parking lot of Heights Hospital in Houston after the doors to the building were abruptly locked.
FOX 26's Ruben Dominguez is highlighting a business where you can shop local this holiday season.
Police say a man accused of shoplifting fought a female officer outside of a Walmart before being shot in the leg.
While businesses are hurting from the COVID-19 pandemic, they are also having to deal with thieves breaking into their establishments.
A customer at Cavatore Italian Restaurant in Houston's Heights neighborhood left a $1,000 tip on her takeout owner.
Houston firefighters rescued a man and a woman from a house fire in the Heights area.
On your next walk through the Heights, stop and admire this art installment until December!
While customers go to Elliot’s Table in the Heights to sit and enjoy the food, these criminals go to the restaurant when it's closed to crawl around on the floor.
While customers go to Elliot’s Table in the Heights to sit and enjoy the food, these criminals go to the restaurant when its closed to crawl around on the floor.
Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo and 15 other officers addressed a tense crowd of frustrated business owners in the Heights.
Heights business owners did not hold back at the town hall meeting, saying HPD has not been doing enough to address the problems.
A number of Heights neighborhood businesses claim there’s been an increase in the number of break-ins. Some owners said enough is being done to address the growing problem.
A number of restaurants and bar owners in the Heights claim there's been an uptick in the number of break-ins. Some owners say not enough is being done to address the growing problem.
The Harris County Pct. 1 Constable’s Office says a registered sex offender was arrested for indecent exposure incidents in Houston's Heights.
Jonathan Jindra says God told him on Halloween night to burn the Wilde Collection the next day.