‘Condemn these hate-based attacks’: Election-related hate reason for advocacy for Greater Houston Coalition for Civility in Elections
The Greater Houston Coalition for Civility in Elections (GHCCE) held a news conference Thursday to call for political leaders and candidates in the Nov. 8 election to refrain from election-related hate and to condemn it when it occurs.
2 dead in 11-vehicle crash involving motorcyclist on I-45 North Freeway and SH-242 southbound in Montgomery County: DPS
An investigation is underway after a multi-vehicle crash where two people died on IH-45 and SH-242 southbound in Montgomery County Tuesday, officials with the Texas Department of Public Safety said.
Suspect accused of fatally shooting ex-wife and man, injuring 2 others in Spring Branch home arrested, charged: HPD
An investigation is underway after a man fatally shot his ex-wife and another man and then injured two others while they were having Thanksgiving dinner at a home in Spring Branch, officers with the Houston Police Department said.
New developments weighed in case of man who’s spent nearly 40 years behind bars for crime he says he never committed
A man who has spent the past four decades in prison for a crime he says he never committed was back in court Wednesday, surrounded by family and advocates, hoping for his exoneration.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott bans TikTok on government-owned devices, citing concern about potential Chinese threat
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said on Wednesday that he's banned the use of the social media platform TikTok on any government-issued devices as he claims the "threat of the Chinese Communist Party gaining access to critical U.S. information and infrastructure continues to grow."