The Changing Face of Houston: The Heights Then and Now
I lived in the Heights area as a child in the late '70s, at that time one of Houston's well-known neighborhoods with a long history, and an area that had changed a great deal over the previous decades.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Highly anticipated new museum restaurant hires one of its most...
Greg Martin comes in with big ideas. As September approaches, the succinctly named Bistro Menil is one of the fall's most anticipated new restaurants.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
HFD investigating chemical spill in S. Houston
Callers reported a puddle containing an unknown chemical substance on the ground outside of a white building in 4700 Griggs around 4:38 p.m. Houston Fire Department spokesman Capt.
Houstonians flock to Galveston despite soggy weather
DAY WEEKEND. AMANDA PEREZ REPORTS ON HOW A SOMEWHAT SOGGY START HAD AN IMPACT ON TODAY'S CROWD.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Houston the Top City for Rising Credit Card Debt
It seems that Houstonians are getting pretty darn comfortable swiping that plastic at the register again.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Downtown Houston Skyline on May 14, 2014, in Houston, Tx.
What would you want if you were dreaming big for our city? The editorial board asked Houstonians in an informal survey earlier this year.
Houston homebuilder breaks ground on new tony community in Westchase
The Houston homebuilder is building six model homes and six spec homes in Royal Oaks Courtyard Villas.
Houston Rent May Be Skyrocketing, But These Five Areas are Still Affordable
Looking for an affordable apartment? Good luck -- and we mean that. Houston's rental prices are increasing at the fastest pace on record, and those sky-high apartment tags are no longer limited to the inner loop.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Tomorrow at 10: tiny houses in the big city? See what's behind Houston's latest building boom
Imagine being a newlywed moving in to your first home... that's only 200 square feet in size! Learn what moved one local couple to build their own tiny love nest, and why other Houstonians are falling in love with the tiny house trend, tomorrow on Local 2 News at 10...
Photos: Mattress Mack accepts Ice Bucket Challenge
Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale answered H-E-B Foods' Scott McClelland, KRBE radio station and his grandson James' ALS ice bucket challenge on Tuesday, August 19, 2014, and he encouraged all Houstonians to take the challenge.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Talented Houston chef Grant Gordon dies
Grant Gordon, one of the most promising young chefs to emerge in Houston in recent years, was found dead Tuesday in his home.
Warehouse fire in city of South Houston destroys businesses
WE BEGIN WITH VIDEO FROM SKY 2 WHERE A MASSIVE WAREHOUSE IS BURNING IN THE CITY OF SOUTH HOUSTON.
Photos: Firefighters battle warehouse fire in South Houston
Firefighters battled a large fire at a warehouse in the city of South Houston along Spencer Highway near North Perez Photos: Firefighters battle warehouse fire in South Houston Firefighters battled a large fire at a warehouse in the city of South Houston along Spencer Highway near North Perez Check out this story on KHOU.com: ... (more)
Firefighters battling large fire in City of South Houston
HARRIS COUNTY, Texas -- Firefighters responded to a large fire at a warehouse along Spencer Highway around lunchtime Tuesday.
A Fond Look Back as the UH Daily Cougar Goes Weekly and Digital
In the early '90s while I was attending the University of Houston, I practically lived in and around the communications department on the far east side of campus.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Photos: Downtown Houston gets a pop of color at the Color Run
Thousands of Houstonians showed up to Minute Maid Park for the Color Run: "The Happiest 5K on the planet" Saturday, August 23, 2014.
Texas gains recognition as the new music mecca: Emotional music...
Sometimes it takes an outsider to point out what's remarkable about something in one's own city before locals pay attention to it and give it the cred it rightfully deserves.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Houston's newest neighborhood park looks like a million dollars, but it was a long time coming
It's been a long time coming, but neighborhood persistence and the help of some Houstonians with deep pockets has resulted in the creation of the city's newest park.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
New director of Houston public works department named
Dale A. Rudick, a Professional Engineer licensed in Texas, was announced as the director for the Houston Department of Public Works and Engineering.
'Summer Riesling' Grease Parody Brings Down the House at Camerata
You had to be a wine nerd to get all the inside jokes but the video's general hilarity brought down the house last night at Camerata.