Many people FOX 26 spoke with said this was their first time ever attending a protest, or helping to organize one.
Local school districts are beginning their summer meal programs, providing to-go meals for children.
There's some Zumba routines, some hip-hop moves, and they all add up to a lot of fun.
Humble ISD announced it is delaying the 2020 graduation ceremony until late July, sparking mixed feelings from students and parents alike.
Gretta Schiefer had one thing in mind for this Mother's Day weekend, besides just celebrating with her beloved mother and stepmother, she wanted to make her grandmother smile.
Katy ISD, Houston ISD and Houston Food Bank are providing meals and food distributions to local families during the coronavirus outbreak.
FOX 26 Reporter Tom Zizka reports live from the new indoor kart racing tracks in Katy's Asian Town.
At about 5 p.m., Sheriff's deputies were called to a home in the 3300 block Lindenfield where an adult male was found shot to death just inside the entryway of the home.
The Houston Humane Society rescued more than 200 animals that were being hoarded at a Katy home.
A Katy teenager has one wish for Valentine’s Day, to get his stolen bicycle back.
A Katy teen is hoping to get his bike back after it was stolen. The bike is the last gift he got from his late father.
Multiple Mayde Creek Junior High School students were transported to the hospital after a student’s cell phone began to smoke during lunch, officials say.
The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office says a 21-year-old man admitted to shooting the 17-year-old in the face in the Katy area.
Officials say dozens of students were being evaluated by EMS after a student's cell phone battery began to smoke during lunch at Mayde Creek Junior High School in Katy ISD.
No one at Noah's Event Center said a word about closing last Thursday.
A teen was planning a massive blowout for her birthday, but it's on hold due to a nationwide business going belly up.
Fort Bend County Sheriff's reports a 17-year-old boy was shot in the face in the 6300 block of Grayson Bend in Katy.
Katy police plan to use 22 new license plate readers to create a detailed database of every car that passes by. Police say the new database will help them catch criminals.
Police are in the process of implementing a circuit of cameras, connected to a computer system that will create a detailed database of every car that passes by.
FOX 26 Reporter Maria Salazar reports the Katy home invasion may be drug related.