Rik Melartin, the Bellaire man who was featured on KHOU 11 News on Tuesday, joins J&R in studio to discuss how the events took place and why he is such a badass.
A Fort Bend ISD school bus driver has been put on administrative leave after allegedly choking, punching, and dragging a 12-year-old female student on the bus.
A prominent Houston community activist has accused a local CBS affiliate of being a part of a plot to kill him.
A second human trafficking bust police in two weeks left Houston Police in a hostage situation involving seven illegal immigrants Sunday.
An HISD trustee strategy to hone in on his gay opponent’s sexual orientation in a new campaign advertisement just days before an election has prompted backlash from the Houston community.
The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston has been treating Francisco Martinez for three months since a workplace injury left him paralyzed from the chest down, but with Martinez not having insurance, the hospital is trying to point him back to Mexico.
With the Texas Department of Vehicles scheduled to vote on a Confederate flag license plate proposal sponsored by the Sons of Confederate Veterans next month, some Houston legislators are fighting to make sure the proposal is voted down.
After almost 41 years on the run, Harris County authorities finally got their suspect, albeit at 76 years old, supported by an oxygen tank.
Beginning on Aug. 1 KHOU (Channel 11) will add a 30-minute newscat at 4 p.m. to replace the ending Oprah Winfrey show. Both KPRC (Channel 2) and KTRK (Channel 13) already have 4 p.m. newscasts.
Lucy Noland, the stunning evening co-anchor for KHOU (Channel 11) will leave her Houston post for a new job at KNBC in Los Angeles. Monday will be her final day on air.