Since Frankel's closed down, Houstonians are wondering where they can go to get the best costumes this Halloween.
A law school graduate was appointed to a $95,000 internship in the airport system without competition and during a hiring freeze. Mayor Turner denies any special relationship.
A Houston city controller is accused of secretly profiting from land deal with the city. FOX 26's Greg Groogan has more details coming up.
Acres Home residents are calling on the city to clean up piles of dirt blocking the road. FOX 26's Randy Wallace has more details.
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News Brief for Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Firefighters worked Wednesday afternoon to get a motel fire in Spring under control. Officials say seven people received minor injuries.
HPD is investigating an officer that hit and killed a bicyclist while answering a suicide call.
Firefighters are working to put out a fire that has devoured the top floor of a Motel 6 in Spring.
Three adults and two children have sustained minor injuries after a blaze broke out at a Motel 6 in Spring. Video by McKenna Jordan.
Space Center Houston is saying goodbye to a beloved, legendary member of the team. Rad Rhonda is retiring. She's worked at Space Center Houston for 16 years.
An investigation is underway after a man on a cyclist was fatally hit by an HPD officer.
Deputies are searching for four suspects involved in a deadly home invasion robbery in west Harris County.
Pearland parents have had enough, one couple filing a lawsuit after their child's hair was colored in with permanent marker.
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A man who murdered a teen in 1991 was sentenced to life, but is now set to be released in just a few months.
A young boy's hair was colored in with Sharpie, and his parents are now suing. Other parents feel that not enough was done.
“The FBC Comm Court intends to discuss removing me from office today at their 1p meeting. The Dem County Judge has even met with other Dems to choose who 'he' would appoint to...
Deputy Chad Dodge was sworn into Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constable's Office on Tuesday after losing 250 pounds.
Contractors are busy gutting out homes in Huffman’s Lochshire subdivision after historic flooding from Imelda.