Urban Float opens new Houston location
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See how local policymakers, historians, artists and philanthropists honored the Juneteenth holiday at its birthplace with the dedication of a 5,000-square-foot mural.
Texas Supreme Court declines to review high-speed rail case, freeing company up to use eminent domain
Texas Central, the company looking to build a 236-mile high-speed rail line connecting Houston and Dallas, has been given a big win in an ongoing legal battle over whether the company is legally recognized as a "railroad company" under state law.
A new public golf course and restaurant are coming to Houston’s Fifth Ward on the bank of Buffalo Bayou in early 2022.
Here are 12 Fourth of July weekend events throughout the Houston region.
Texas Central could be one step closer to groundbreaking on high-speed rail, and more top stories from the Houston area
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The project has been in development for over 50 years and broke ground in 2017.
After Department of Housing and Urban Development denies request, Texas General Land Office drafting plan to subaward Harris County $750M for flood mitigation
The Texas General Land Office now plans to subaward Harris County flood mitigation funding after the county was left out of recent Hurricane Harvey relief funds.
Wild West Brewfest coming to Katy; Masterpiece Desserts to open in Cy-Fair and more Houston-area news
Read the latest business and community news from the Houston area.
Harris County Pets has exceeded its capacity to house its growing pet population, officials said.
West Elm will open at the former location of Urban Outfitters.
Online spending in the U.S. was up 44% from 2019 to 2020, and transportation expert Bill Eisele said this uptick has put a strain on the region’s transportation system.
Texas General Land Office says it is 'not feasible' to request $750M in federal flood aid within 30 days
Houston-area officials ask for 30-day-dealine on the Texas General Land Office's formal request for $750 million in federal flood aid funding, but GLO says it is not possible.