Forgotten Children recognized

The award recognizes excellence in medical and health reporting in Harris County.

He’s 90, she’s 71, and Hurricane Harvey destroyed everything they own

Nearly five feet of water filled their home, ruining all it touched. Now they're left with one question: How do you rebuild when you're left with nothing?

When the floodwaters recede

Residents in a small Montgomery County neighborhood were forced out of their homes and into tents—next to large piles of flooded debris that house rodents, roaches and mosquitoes—with little left to their names

She worked six straight days in the NICU during Harvey, then she went into labor

For six days, Jessie Dolan knew one speed: hyper drive.

‘Mr. JJ Watt’: A letter from a first responder

On the outskirts of northeast Harris County, Hurricane Harvey floodwaters rose rapidly and moved swiftly, forcing first responders to act quickly.

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.

Forgotten Children

Texas leads the nation in hot car deaths with more than 110 cases since 1990, including five this year alone