Four Dead, Two Missing After Heavy Rains In Texas, KansasAt least four people are dead and two others are missing after this week's torrential rains in Texas and Kansas, officials said Saturday
Flooded Homeowners Sue Houston, Alleging NegligenceA citizen's group and homeowners who have recently suffered repeat flood damage sued Houston in federal court Wednesday, alleging the city backed improvements at a commercial development they say were made without putting in adequate drainage.
Records: Dallas DA Susan Hawk Worked 2 Days In MayNew records tonight show Dallas County District Attorney Susan Hawk worked just two days this month.
New Director Named For Houston's Menil CollectionA new director has been named for the Menil Collection in Houston.
She Is From Texas - Country Artists Welcome Beyonce To The FormatWhen Beyonce dropped a country tune inside her new visual album "Lemonade," it was the biggest crossover news in country music since Justin Timberlake brought down the house at the Country Music Association Awards last year.
Federal Attorneys' Conduct Criticized In Immigration CaseTwenty-six states filed a lawsuit over the measures in 2014.
Health Officials Say Local Spread Of Zika 'Likely' In TexasTexas has identified 33 cases of the Zika virus that all have been associated with overseas travel, but the virus is expected to begin spreading locally within the state during the sweaty upcoming summer months, top health officials said Tuesday.
Hazardous Materials Released In 4-Alarm Houston Warehouse Fire Emergency officials say hazardous materials have been released into the air from a warehouse complex fire in the Spring Branch area of Houston that's generating towering plumes of black smoke.
Officials Discuss Bullet Train Connecting DFW & HoustonDiscussions continue in Fort Worth on Wednesday about a proposed high-speed rail that would connect the Metroplex with Houston. The trip between Cowtown and H-Town would last only about 90 minutes.
Runaway Pet Tiger Captured After Approaching Stranger, Licking His FacePolice in Conroe captured a tiger seen wandering around the city wearing a collar and leash Thursday morning.
All Things Considered: Houston, We Have A ProblemRead Brian T. Smith’s Houston Chronicle column Tuesday with a great deal of interest as it dominated my Twitter timeline and I wanted to see what all the fuss was about.
More Water Rescues In Houston As Flood Waters RiseRescue boats have been bringing evacuees from the surrounding neighborhoods to a nearby dry intersection to try to find a way to meet up with loved ones.