Everyone thinks bike paths are a good idea. Just maybe not in their own neighborhood.
After years of fighting everybody and anybody, now the ornery, annoying civil rights activist has to concentrate on fighting for his life.
Tropical Storm Allison destroyed houses that never quite got fixed, thanks to bureaucratic bungling and cheaters
City, county officials silence a proposed radio station inside the Dome
Big John hustles on the streets of Montrose. He's been there since he was 13. For now, there's no plan B.
Gubernatorial hopeful Friedman knows when to Hold 'Em
A cop learns the pain of piercing
HISD got more than it bargained for when it decided to develop the Fourth Ward
The government says Clayton Jones shouldn't smoke marijuana. He says it's the only thing that keeps him from blowing his brains out.
With the help of city government, Matthew Knowles hopes to find the next Destiny's Child. You got a problem with that?
City Council proposed; City Hall didn't dispose
Hermann Park vendors are begging the city: Take us back!
White becomes Houston's big tuna -- and that's no yolk!
Ronald Green's the only black Democrat left on the city ballot. Or is he?
A new group wants to push an anti-flooding agenda
The city's top MDs collide, but the mayor sides with Shelley
Midtown battles a plan to house vets
District 147 State Representative Garnet Coleman
The officers didn't know, their supervisors didn't know, the police chief didn't know. Oh, tell me another one. Tell me a Kmart story, please.
Edwards draws raves in her inaugural year on council
Dr. Shelley's new operating room reveals the worst and best of a City Council under term limits
Is his campaign currying gays in Montrose, then bashing them in black areas?
District C's ex file: Then it got personal
Airing out Darryl Carter's dirty laundry, with the help of Womack's campaign
A council candidate's past comes back to haunt him
The police killings of Pedro Oregon, Ida Lee Delaney and Byron Gillum