After in-person events were cancelled last year because of the pandemic, Pride Month 2021 celebrations are looking up.
FOX 26's Coco Dominguez is back in the community. This week, she is highlighting all things Pearland.
According to a spokesperson for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) a single-engine plane PZL-104 Wilga crashed with two people on board.
Local law enforcement says the F.B.I. gave them a tip that led them to Hernandez's vehicle.
Two people have been charged with beating and sexually assaulting a man at a northwest Harris County bar in unprovoked attack.
Boil water notices are being issued throughout the greater Houston area.
New Horizon Hospital is using cutting edge technology to help patients dealing with mental health issues.
But small business owners tell FOX 26, it’s a death sentence, saying major companies may be able to shoulder the pay raise, but for small businesses, it’s a lose/lose.
A fallen Harris County Sheriff’s sergeant was honored in a candlelight vigil Tuesday night after he was killed in a motorcycle crash over the weekend.
Sergeant Bruce Watson had just completed a funeral motorcycle-escort and was on his way home when he was involved in a collision at the intersection of Shadow Creek Parkway and Kingsley Drive.
FOX 26's Randy Wallace has more following a deadly officer-involved shooting in Pearland on Tuesday.
Details are limited but Pearland police said the incident took place in the 1100 block of Sussex Trail just after 3:15 p.m.
Alvin Police Department is one of several who are lending an ear to the NAACP to find out how they might improve community and police relations following the death of George Floyd.
The NAACP says that the behavior is unacceptable and a clear violation of the school's dress code.
Houston-area police departments working on reformation process.
The incumbent up for re-election in Pearland’s City Council Position 7 is facing criticism for social media posts appearing to be pro-confederate, anti-muslim, and anti-gay.
Pearland police announced that Chelsea Searle was located on Thursday unharmed and in good health.
Friendswood, Pearland and surrounding area residents are on standby for possible evacuations as more rain from Beta could cause Clear Creek to rise even more.
Rapper and philanthropist Trae Tha Truth was driving one of those lifted trucks, along with other members of his nonprofit Relief Gang.
The Humane Society of the United States is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of those responsible for killing and dismembering five horses near Pearland since May.