Every month for the past seven years, Joe Morris, a U.S. Marine who served two tours of duty in Iraq, has been receiving a service-connected disability check from the Department of Veteran Affairs. Two months ago came the bizarre phone call that changed everything.
What may be a million dollars worth or more of uncirculated South African gold coins were discovered in an old safe that was meant for scrap metal, and now the question is, legally, to whom do these valuable coins belong?
Houston police use emergency road flares to alert drivers to hazards on the road. Now, there is mounting evidence these pyrotechnics may pose a hidden danger to officers, possibly because of how they're being stored in the trunks of police cruisers.
Events like the Astros, Dynamo and Skeeters games will draw large crowds in the coming days, while thousands of people will pack downtown this weekend for the International Festival. Tonight, we've learned security changes will be in place for these events.
Methamphetamines aren't usually the kinds of drugs you think of being smuggled across the border, but Mexican drug traffickers are finding a new way to smuggle crystal meth into the U.S. and into your neighborhood.
Prescription stimulants are so dangerous that the Drug Enforcement Administration considers them just as addictive as cocaine and morphine. Local 2 found that some students are using them to improve their academic performance.
His unbelievable crime shocked Sugar Land and the country nine years ago. Bart Whitaker, 23, orchestrated the brutal ambush murder of his entire family. Now, in his first Houston interview from death row, he talked about his eventual execution day.