METRO 5-29-16Dr. Laura Murillo (President and CEO, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) talks with Carrin Patman (Chair, METRO Board of Directors) about creating METRO’s new comprehensive regional transit plan. They also discuss just how many people use the METRO system and get into how to adapt to the city’s population growth.
Report: Woman Fatally Struck By METRO Light Rail TrainOn Monday, a woman was fatally struck by a METRORail Train.
Houston Zoo Keeps Operations Safe, Simple During Spring Break There's nothing like a visit to the Houston Zoo, during Spring Break with mild temperatures and sunshine in the backdrop. According to zoo officials, there are plenty of activities for the young as well as the young at heart to take part in during Spring Break.
Best Places To Entertain Grandparents On A Budget In HoustonGrowing older does not mean that you can't have fun without breaking your budget, nor do you need a huge budget to take your grandparents out for a great time in Houston. There are many places that offer great senior discounts. The trick is to find them and make use of the discounts. Check out these five best places to entertain grandparents on a budget in Houston.
'Metro Bandit' Robs Bank, Flees On Bushe FBI Bank Robbery Task Force is asking for the public's help in identifying a bank robber who fled on a Metro bus after robbing a Houston bank.
Driver Crashes Into METRO Bus Stop A driver fleeing from police crashed his car into a METRO bus stop in northeast Houston at about 1:30 a.m. Thursday.
METRO Bus Split In Half An accordion style METRO bus was involved in a major wreck on 288 South near Old Spanish Trail on Thursday morning.
METRO Park & Ride Closed METRO says it will cancel all Park & Ride services on Friday due to “extreme icing conditions on all major local freeways and overpasses.”