A dog with no name
On the streets of Houston, a stray dog—abused and neglected—found the man who helped save her life
The Dome dilemma Houston can’t escape
It was once marveled as the Eighth Wonder of the World, but for decades the iconic structure that once breathed so much life into the city has sat lifeless, with a lingering question about its future: What to do with the Astrodome?
A life-changing gift: High school students give boy 3D-printed hand
A Brenham High School computer science class helped change a young boy's life.
Transparency: A four-month investigation into HPD’s body-camera program
Houston police and politicos touted body cameras as the blueprint for transparency. But a KHOU investigation reveals this transparency is more of a city-hall buzzword than benchmark for the truth.
Texas leads the nation in hot car deaths with more than 110 cases since 1990, including five this year alone
#BringThemHome: Over 275 children missing in Texas
More than 460,000 children were reported missing in 2015, according to the FBI. Help #BringThemHome
Eye of the storm: Remembering Hurricane Ike
It's been seven years since Hurricane Ike ravaged the Galveston coast: sweeping away homes, leveling buildings, and causing nearly $30 billion in damages
Craig Biggio inducted into MLB Hall of Fame
Biggio becomes the first Houston Astro to be inducted into Cooperstown
Astros fans flock to honor Hall of Famer Craig Biggio
1,500 Houston Astros fans gathered at Minute Maid Park to honor and congratulate Craig Biggio on his Hall of Fame induction
Eye of the Tiger
Thomas W. Blake, a Houston millionaire, envisioned bringing an Augusta National-like golf course to Texas. That was 1985. Blaketree National opened in 2001, shortly after Blake passed away, and the course never fully reached the dream Blake envisioned. Now, Tiger Woods and Co. are stepping in to save the property and bring the luscious land out of its troubled times.