The Houston Police Department released its full report Friday on the Travis Scott Astroworld Concert that left 10 people dead and injured hundreds in the crowd.
The Ripkowskis are believed to be the largest group of siblings in American history to serve in the armed forces, a Pentagon spokesman once said.
Thomas Chapel, a historic Black church, was built in 1899. Now it needs about $35,000 in repairs — a high cost for the diminished congregation.
Inspired by “The 1619 Project,” a small but determined group of locals aims to launch more discussions about racial justice and connect with the broader community.
An effort to put more religious-themed books into Montgomery County public libraries tests balance between community demands and the First Amendment.
During the pandemic, the Texas Education Agency worked to provide at-home, high-speed broadband connection to Texas students, with limited success.
Here’s how families can sign up for the federal Affordable Connectivity Program to reduce their monthly internet bills.
The Houston Landing recently spent the day with the third-term commissioner, exploring the idiosyncrasies and responsibilities of local government.