With nearly half of Houston’s population identified as Hispanic or Latino in the U.S. Census, here’s an explainer on how we choose between the different terms in our reporting.
A consortium of entities launches an effort to naturalize 300,000 Houston residents in the next three years
Young musicians in these programs gain both musical experience and a connection to a cultural identity they may not have always gotten to embrace.
In a city where 44.5 percent of its residents – more than one million people – are Hispanic or Latino, why has there never been a Latino mayor?
Many Houstonians are doing what they can to avoid the heat. But for some people, working with the heat is their job.
Pride Houston 365’s leaders have struggled to keep the organization afloat amid the pandemic and an ongoing lawsuit they filed against their first executive director, who was fired in 2021.
A federal investigation found that a lack of safety protocols at Watson Grinding led to the massive explosion that killed three people and damaged hundreds of nearby homes in January 2020.
Pride month in Texas felt different from previous years for Houstonians struggling to combat the rise in hateful rhetoric and anti-LGBTQ state legislation.
Revelers crowded into downtown Houston for the 45th-annual event, which was more subdued this year after a scorching experience in 2022.
The notes emanating out of two violins, two violas and two cellos were not always meant to soothe. Houston composer J.E. Hernández wanted chaos, a “ferocious sound,” as if the chords were about to snap. A breaking point. After spending 60 days in an immigration detention center in his early 20s, Hernández couldn’t help but […]