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Injured Hitchcock police officer shoots fleeing high-speed chase suspect, police say

A Hitchcock police officer is hospitalized after being hit by a suspect who led them on a high-speed chase into the Heights area early Sunday morning. → Read More

Illegal street racing in Richmond prompts warning from Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office

Cell phone video shows dozens of people on the sidelines of a street race in Richmond Sunday night. → Read More

3 teens among 4 killed in shooting at apartment complex in northwest Harris County, sheriff says

Sheriff Ed Gonzalez confirmed the victims to be 25, 16, 16, and 19 years old. → Read More

5-year-old dead and 8-year-old injured after drive-by shooting in north Houston, police say

Two people were in the dark-colored suspect vehicle, going westbound on Rushcreek, police said. → Read More

2 teens dead, another injured in triple shooting at Pasadena apartment complex

Police believe the teens may have shot at each other after an early investigation revealed that the two victims who died both had guns in their possession. → Read More

All-clear issued after large chemical fire extinguished at La Porte plant

At one point, you could see big flames from the plant with plumes of smoke, and a large emergency response that may have been noticeable to nearby communities. → Read More

Family displaced by Hurricane Katrina finds new community in Texas Special Olympics

"Someone once asked us, 'If you had the ability to take away her Down syndrome, would you do it?' I don't think we would because that's what makes her Ainsley." → Read More

Family displaced by Hurricane Katrina finds new community in Texas Special Olympics

"Someone once asked us, 'If you had the ability to take away her Down syndrome, would you do it?' I don't think we would because that's what makes her Ainsley." → Read More

17-year-old shot in the head in Tomball, deputies say

The teenager was meeting someone near a water treatment plant before shots were fired, deputies say. → Read More

DWI investigation underway after driver blows through stoplights in deadly crash, HPD says

The westbound lanes of Bellaire Boulevard remain closed while police investigate the crash as a possible DWI. → Read More

Shortage of affordable child care may have wider impact on Texas workforce, experts say

In Texas, the pay of early childhood educators is $10.15 an hour, making it rank in the country's bottom 2% of occupations. → Read More

Mother and 11-year-old son shot in drive-by in northwest Harris County, deputies say

Deputies say the woman and her child are expected to be OK. → Read More

16-year-old shot 8 times, 2 young adults injured in shooting in west Houston

HPD says the 16-year-old had eight gunshot wounds. He and the 18-year-old are stable. → Read More

Houston mom creates subscription box for children's books featuring diverse characters

"I really want my kids to be able to see themselves in stories that they read," said the founder of Brown Book Box. → Read More

Crash may be cause of road rage shooting, Harris County deputies say

When deputies arrived, they said they found a Hispanic man dead in the car with at least one gunshot wound. → Read More

Enhanced library cards designed to help Harris County residents with no photo ID

Living without a photo ID can come with several challenges, there's a new option to help bridge some of those gaps. → Read More

Local experts weigh in on the racial lens of Jackson's SCOTUS confirmation hearings

Local experts weigh in on the racial undertones of Supreme Court nominee Kentaji Brown Jackson → Read More

Port Neches-Grove High School faces backlash following controversial Disney World performance

A performance by the Port Neches-Grove High School drill team at Walt Disney World caused cultural controversy involving the Indian-themed costumes. → Read More

Customers 'devastated' by gas station shooting that killed store clerk in northeast Houston

"Everybody's hurt. Even the neighborhood, because we're so family-oriented," said a customer. → Read More

Meet the first woman to become PVAMU's Dean of Engineering: 'Quitting was never an option'

Dr. Pamela Holland Obiomon believes her accomplishments wouldn't have been possible without Title IX, "It opened the doors of opportunity for many women." → Read More