12:00 am Nov.

Las Alamedas

When Jorge Sneider opened Las Alamedas in Houston in 1980, he said diners were afraid to try the restaurant’s menu of authentic Mexican dishes because their tastes were accustomed to the milder flavors of Tex-Mex fare.

12:00 am Nov.

Mar-Mar’s Candy Jar

Mar-Mar’s Candy Jar celebrated its first anniversary Nov. 15. The shop sells an ever-changing variety of all-natural chocolates, gummies and different candies and has an 8-foot glass truffle case that features a decadent variety of chocolates.

12:00 am Nov.

Morton Ranch, 77449

Morton Ranch features more than 700 homes in an established Katy neighborhood with home prices ranging from $107,000 to $239,000.

12:00 am Nov.

Katy ISD enrollment still on the rise

Katy ISD officials already knew the school district’s enrollment was growing, and they now have an even better idea on how much the student body could expand—possibly exceeding 105,000 students in 10 years.

Updated 2:51 pm April 27, 2015 CDT

The future of health care

Nearly 200,000 Houstonians signed up for health insurance through the federal Health Insurance Marketplace by April 2014 following the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.