The Country Boy talks football and metal-detecting.
Beyoncé's second Toyota Center show of 2013 last week was a TKO.
Last month Daniel Solomon, the co-founder and CEO of Minute Suites told KTRH that opening a Minute Suites napping center in Houston is in his sights. He reportedly said this was part of his goal to get his business in the Top 20 airports in North America. Sleeping or working in between flights seem ... More >>
Updated with comments from Sundown Superintendent Mike Motheral and Murray Lipp, who runs Gay Marriage USA's Facebook site. On Wednesday morning, an eighth grader at Sundown Middle School approached Morgan Sisk, a senior at Sundown's high school. The 1,400-strong town, located just west of Lubbock, ... More >>
Those folks across Texas who don't believe in God are getting organized and going public.
Your guide to the bands and venues.
Julie Grob just made the U of H Library System a whole lot cooler.
Texas has its own brand of March Madness
Katy High School was going to play against a Florida team on national TV. Now all it had to do was find a way to win again.
A River Oaks kid learns the Basin Street Blues
Thank goodness it's still popular in the small towns of the Chicken-Fried Steak Belt.
All kidding aside, why smoking may be good for Houston
A Houston computer whiz uses the Internet to become a Muslim marriage matchmaker
Jurors rule against a former HBU basketballer in his hazing suit
Was it a harmless HBU jock initiation -- or hard-core hazing -- that shattered a freshman's hoop dreams?
Excavations for plantation artifacts - and the real truth - are unraveling the genteel gloss covering Texans' old notions about the slave era here
Thousands of inmates rely annually on a capricious parole board for their freedom. Most, like George Dismukes, return to their cells without ever knowing why they were denied.
Onetime Texan Heather Bennett roams freely in the Big Apple
Plastic surgeon Billy Ringer has been sued ten times for malpractice. He's on probation for sexual misconduct. He sewed a needle into Colleen Guidy. But he's still in business -- cutting, vacuuming, rearranging and, it seems, injuring patients.
Woody Witt takes over Cezanne, and all of Houston sighs in relief
Previously unissued recordings by the late David Catney set for fall release
Want a subsidy for your corporate expansion? Local governments are ready with millions in property-tax abatements -- and very little oversight.
Whether in a classroom or at the piano, Bob Henschen is always working
Houston-bred Sara Hickman has never been keen on constraints
Gina Haley carries the name of a rock founder, but she'd rather make it on her own