Judge: Texas School District Can Exhume Unmarked GravesA judge has given a Houston-area school district permission to exhume the remains of what historians believe were nearly 100 imprisoned African-Americans buried in unmarked graves when they died more than a century ago.
Authorities: Father Fatally Shot Wife, Injured 2 Kids Authorities say a 46-year-old man fatally shot his wife this week at their Houston-area home and then shot and wounded his two children before killing himself.
Sugar Land Officers Fatally Shoot Man During ConfrontationAn officer-involved shooting In Sugar Land left a man dead Sunday. It is believed that the man was arguing with his parents moments before the fatal shooting.
Officials Find Marijuana Farm Inside Sugar Land House Officials found a highly organized and sofisticated marijuana farm inside of a Sugar Land home. According to officials, that sophisticated marijuana growing operation netted the arrests of two individuals.
Texas Instruments Announces Sugar Land Facility Reports indicate that Texas Instruments is making plans to build a new state of the art facility in Sugar Land; with that new facility comes the promise of hundreds of jobs.
Gibbons Talks Tunes With J&R ZZ Top front man, Billy Gibbons stops by the J&R Show.
Clemens Prepares For 2nd Start With Skeeters <a href="https://houston.cbslocal.com/2012/08/20/roger-clemens-signs-with-the-skeeters/">Roger Clemens</a> still insists he has no plans to pitch for the <a href="http://houston.cbsradio.stats.com/mlb/teamstats.asp?team=18&type=teamhome">Houston Astros</a> this season.</span>
Roger Clemens Signs With The SkeetersCBS Houston has received word that Roger Clemens, the former Yankees pitcher, has signed up to play for Houston’s Sugar Land Skeeters.
Hotel Cancels Tea Party Event On IslamHundreds of Tea Party members were forced to scramble to find a new location to host a controversial event Tuesday night.
Free Wine Tasting At Minuti DowntownMinuti Downtown is hosting yet another free wine tasting.