Fort Bend County addresses public concern on safety of pedestrian crossings in Cinco Ranch area following teen’s death
Following the recent auto-pedestrian crash that killed a 14-year-old boy in a Mason Road crosswalk, there has been an increase in public concern about the safety of pedestrian crossings in the Cinco Ranch area.
Humble ISD special education teacher resigns after allegedly giving melatonin gummies to her students
A special education teacher has resigned from Humble Independent School District after being accused of giving melatonin gummies to a few of her students at Forest Elementary School, according to the district.
City of Houston awarding $100,000 to local profits promoting tourism and resilience
The City of Houston Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (MOCA) is awarding $100,000 in grants to 10 individuals and nonprofit organizations whose work furthers cultural tourism and resilience throughout the City of Houston.
Should you let your teens use ridesharing apps alone? Here’s what experts are saying
Most parents are balancing home and work life schedules, and kids today have more scheduled appointments than parents can keep up with. The question becomes, should you and would you use any of the ride sharing apps to help you shuffle your kids around?
Teen charged in kidnapping, robbery, brutal assault of juvenile at Colony Ridge Subdivision home; 2 suspects sought
Two suspects remain on the run as a teen faces multiple charges in the kidnapping, robbery and brutal assault of a juvenile male at a Colony Ridge Subdivision home, according to the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office.
Elected officials discuss concrete crushing company near LBJ Hospital
Harris County Attorney Christian D. Menefee will join elected officials to make remarks regarding an application for a company to construct a rock and concrete crushing facility next to Harris Health’s Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) Hospital, which is a 215 licensed-bed acute care facility providing full medical services.
POLL: Do you think having Minute Maid Park roof closed improves how the Houston Astros play?
Long time Astros fans know the team prefers that the retractable roof of Minute Maid Park remains shut. Players have been quoted as saying it’s part of their home field advantage. A closed ballpark is louder.
Massachusetts man sentenced to life for trying to pay for ‘hit man’ to kill Sugar Land landlord over eviction notice
A Massachusetts man was sentenced to life in prison Thursday after he was convicted of solicitation to commit capital murder, according to the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office.
Convicted felons arrested after being found in stolen travel trailer containing black tar heroin, meth in Montgomery Co.
Two convicted felon were arrested after multiple controlled substances and a stolen travel trailer were found at the location, according to deputies with Montgomery County Constable, Pct. 4.
Man suspected in fatal shooting near Third Ward identified, still on the run
Police officers with the University of Houston Police Department and TSU Police Department are assisting Metro police in the search for a man involved in a deadly shooting on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Houston Police Department.
PHOTOS: Chop shop discovered in NW Harris County; Stolen vehicles worth $254K recovered
Vehicles that totaled more than $200,00 in total worth value were recovered after a chop shop was discovered in northwest Harris County, according to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigations Division.
Texas volunteers reflect on HeartGift medical mission trip to Bolivia to heal children’s hearts
An all-volunteer medical mission team, made up of 30 people, traveled over 4,000 miles to Bolivia to save children with congenital heart defects. Two of those volunteers shared their experience on KPRC 2 News Today at 10.
Employee stabbed in arm with needle by robbery suspect after being caught shoplifting at auto parts store
Surveillance video has been released in hopes of identifying a man involved in a shoplifting turned aggravated robbery at an auto parts store near Memorial City on Sept. 5, according to the Houston Police Department.