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Burger Nation opens in Pearland; League City chief reunites with man he saved and more Houston-area news
Read the latest business and community news from the Houston area.
Houston’s residential water rates will increase Sept. 1, City Council approved in a 12-4 vote June 23.
Kinder Institute 2021 State of Housing report highlights rental squeeze for lower, middle-income households
As of 2019, one in every 11 renters in Harris County had an eviction notice posted to their door; one in every 25 renter households were also evicted.
According to NAI Partners, the Greater Houston area has 71 craft breweries.
Additional study and federal and state funding are necessary before officials can implement millions of dollars of potential regional drainage solutions.
Cleat Lake and Clear Brook high schools received 2021 Promising Practice designations from www.character.com for their character development programs.
Chief Ratliff says he still keeps in touch with the man he saved following their reunion this May.
Agenda items will be announced before the session begins, according to a release from the governor's office.
The Texas City lagoon features millions of dollars worth of new upgrades this season, including a swim-up bar.
Texas Medical Center coronavirus updates: Hospital system reports 2.2% positivity rate, down 13% year to date
COVID-19 patient numbers at medical center hospitals are down to 309 from the over 2,000 patients those same hospitals were housing in January.
Cass Gibson encourages each Moonlight Yoga student to come exactly as they are with whatever they have—in terms of both yoga skills and personal resources.
Despite residents shooting down a city-proposed idea to install medians along Main Street, League City will take advantage of a program to improve existing medians across the city.