Hurricanes Push Down United's 3Q Profit By One-ThirdUnited Airlines' third-quarter profit fell by one-third as the carrier was rocked by hurricanes that hit its hub in Houston and other airports.
Olympic Champion Biles Returns To Gym With New CoachOlympic gymnastics champion Simone Biles is ready to get serious about her comeback. Biles won four gold medals during the 2016 games and plans to return to competition.
Astros Trying To Boost Houston In Wake Of HarveyEvery time that the Astros suit up, they wear a simple patch as a reminder of what Houston lost to Harvey and its catastrophic flooding.
Astros Add RHP McHugh For ALCS Against YankeesRight-hander Collin McHugh has been added to the Houston Astros roster for the AL Championship Series against the New York Yankees.
Renters Find Extra Hurdles To Recovery After HurricanesRental housing has been a concern in many cities in Texas and Florida after hurricanes Harvey and Irma flooded tens of thousands of homes.
EPA Announces $115 Million Cleanup For Houston SiteThe EPA approved a plan to remove sediments laced with highly toxic dioxin from a partially submerged Superfund site near Houston damaged during Hurricane Harvey.
Tilman Fertitta Introduced As New Owner Of Houston RocketsTilman Fertitta has been a fan of the Rockets since before they moved to Houston, and after a failed attempt to buy the team long ago he was prepared to do whatever it took not to miss another chance.
Lawsuit Claims Texas Teen Expelled For Sitting For Pledge Of AllegianceA lawsuit says a Houston student's Constitutional rights were violated when she was expelled for not standing for the Pledge of Allegiance.
Thousands In Houston Line Up For Food Benefit After HarveyThousands of Houston-area residents still recovering from financial hardships caused by flooding from Harvey nearly six weeks ago lined up outside the city's convention center on Friday to meet the application deadline for state disaster food relief benefits.
White House Requests $29B Disaster Aid Package For Hurricane ReliefThe White House has asked Congress for $29 billion in disaster aid to cover ongoing hurricane relief and recovery efforts.
South Texas Residents Say Tests Find Toxic Chemicals After Plant's FireNearly 20 Houston-area residents say test results have detected toxic substances in soil, water and ash samples taken miles from a chemical plant that flooded during Hurricane Harvey, caught fire and partially exploded.
Month After Harvey, Debris Piles Show Recovery Takes TimeIt has been a month since Hurricane Harvey brought devastating wind and flooding to the Texas coast and Houston area.