As tear gas and rubber bullets flew on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, this week, I couldn't help but be thankful for the relatively peaceful streets of Houston. Sure, we have crime like most big cities and racial tensions do, at times, rise. For instance, when protesters took to the streets of R ... More >>
The late summer of 1973 was a strange, strange time in Houston. The handiwork of a sadistic mass murderer had been discovered, and as more and more bodies were found, the city and the local media couldn't get enough.Says one former Houstonian who was there: When this thing broke, in early A ... More >>
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Two veteran TV news reporters accuse Channel 11 of age discrimination
The Houston Police Department puts high-ranking cops out on the street
However it went down, Jaciel Gonzalez shouldn't have died
Jay Hamburger rushed in where others feared to tread ... only to find that no good deed goes unpunished
Alan Mabry was a man on a mission. His death last month left friends, colleagues and authorities baffled -- as did his obsessive life.
For decades, 13 ruled the Houston airwaves. Now 11 is coming on strong. Is KTRK's broadcast dynasty losing its hold?
South Houston Mayor Dennis Cordray has been run out of office... and his town isn't doing so hot either.