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Past articles by Stephanie:

Galveston offering monkeypox vaccine to all during Pride weekend

The vaccine is available to anyone 18 or older, including non-Galveston County residents, regardless of gender, sexual orientation or pre-existing conditions. → Read More

2 women physically assaulted a man while holding a 7-month-old

Breaking news Houston Chronicle Two women were charged with child endangerment and booked into Harris County Jail Friday. The women physically assaulted a man while holding a 7-month-old infant in the 21600 Spring Plaza Drive in Spring, according to a media release from Constable Mark Herman's Office. → Read More

Crowded Houston animal shelters are offering free adoptions

Shelters across the country have seen more owner surrenders as economic conditions worsen. Some families are struggling to pay for veterinary care and food. → Read More

Manhunt for escaped Texas inmate: Reward raised to $50K

Residents of Centerville, about 120 miles north of Houston, are on alert as the man with a violent criminal history remains at large. → Read More

How lack of mental health resources in Texas led to jail death

Fred Harris, who was 19 and had an IQ of 62, had been struggling for years with... → Read More

Does your kid's school have enough mental health providers? Use our Provider Report app to find out

A recent Houston Chronicle investigation found that at no point since 2013 did any Texas... → Read More

Texas schools don't have enough mental health providers. As leaders fail to fix it, kids suffer.

Half of all mental illness begins by age 14. And the U.S. Department of Education... → Read More

200 roosters, some worth $10,000, seized and 7 arrested in cockfighting raid, deputies report

The San Jacinto County Sheriff's office confiscated 200 roosters and arrested seven people following a raid on a suspected cockfighting ring in Cleveland. Deputies reported seizing $20,000 and several vehicles during the raid that followed a months-long investigation into organized criminal activity. → Read More

Market makes it easy to ‘Buy Black’ during Black History Month

When Tope Adubi-Ashcroft moved to Houston from Nigeria in 2019, she wanted to start a... → Read More

Petroleum inventories fall amid strong demand

Petroleum inventories fell last week. Mark Mulligan, Houston Chronicle / Staff photographer Crude inventories fell last week amid strong demand for petroleum products, the Energy Department reported Wednesday. Commercial stockpiles of crude oil declined by 4.6 million barrels, whittling inventories to 7 percent below average for this time of year. Gasoline inventories fell by 700,000 barrels.… → Read More

Opinion: Biden should not run again — and he should say he won’t

Right now Biden is worse than a lame duck because potential Democratic successors are... → Read More

7-year-old girl dies days after hit-and-run crash in Hobby area

A 7-year-old girl injured in a hit-and-run crash in the Greater Hobby area has died,... → Read More

Gunfire from Acres Homes residence strikes window of children's bedroom

One man was taken into custody early Tuesday after shooting into his neighbor’s house... → Read More

Man fatally struck while standing outside stalled vehicle on Sam Houston Parkway service road

Jay Jordan A man who was standing outside his stalled vehicle was struck and killed Tuesday morning in northeast Harris County, authorities said. The man was eastbound in the North Sam Houston Parkway feeder road, near John Ralston Road, when he possibly struck a guardrail about 5:45 a.m., Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said in a tweet. A second driver struck the man’s stalled vehicle.… → Read More

Accused gunman faces capital murder charge in death of Houston construction worker

A 20-year-old Houston man faces a capital murder charge in the fatal shooting of a... → Read More

CALENDAR: Children’s Museum Houston weather forecast predicts real snow days

Take out your calendar and enter these events and fun times for the family and friends. → Read More

These Texas church homes are too big for a state tax break, but you're still paying for them

Texas makes it easy for religious organizations to secure a 100-percent property tax... → Read More

2150MX SBISD75thAnniversary

The Spring Branch ISD administrative team forms a 75 on the Spring Branch MIddle School field to mark the occasion of the 75th school day of the district's 75th year. → Read More

UMMC looks to replace governing board after almost losing Medicare contract

The new board will comprise seven members who are ex-CEOs and physicians, the hospital... → Read More

Woman rescued after hour trapped in Kingwood manhole

Houston police respond to a scene. Jay R. Jordan / Jay Jordan, Staff A woman was rescued after she fell 20 feet into a manhole and got trapped for more than an hour in Kingwood. The Houston Fire Department extricated the woman after she well into the deep hole in the thick grass off the feeder road of U.S. 59 near Loop 494. She sustained significant injuries, but appeared alert and stable after… → Read More