185 criminal cases, including 53 murders cases, are being called into question after officials discovered a Houston police crime lab technician mishandled evidence.
This week on the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce radio show: Catherine Landry, Goldman Sachs Chris Canetti, Houston Dynamo Sharon Adams, Houston First
The two are accused of scheming to steal more than $2 million from Garden Ridge Pottery.
A Houston teen graduated from high school following numerous health issues and being admitted to a hospital.
City officials have approved a measure that expands anti-discrimination protections for Houston’s gay and transgender residents.
Legal experts and police warn that ads promising free rent for “roommates with benefits” may be fraught with peril.
Narjes Modarresi is accused of capital murder in the April 2010 death of her 2-month-old son.
Don Willburn Collins was 13 in 1998 when he attacked an 8-year-old boy who died 13-years later from his injuries.
Mike Ramirez, a high school football player, got his prom wishes after garnering 10,000 retweets on Twitter.
They say a note saying “Deaf and Dumb” was written on their luggage receipt.