Matt Dietrichson, May 21, 13.
Briargrove Elementary School in west Houston is encouraging students and parents to make a conscious effort to walk, bike, or scoot to school every Friday.
A mile and a half of beaches in West Galveston were lightly damaged from an oil spill that officials say could have come from an offshore ship.
With hopes of helping overcrowding issues, Metro is bringing 60-foot articulated buses back to the streets of Houston.
Jay Blazek Crossley, May 15, 13.
Houston Mayor Annise Parker provided her detailed 2014 Budget Proposal which includes funding for a doubling of curbside recycling households & other expansions
Matt Dietrichson, May 14, 13.
The Houston City Council will review Uptown Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone's plan this week, which includes a widening of Post Oak for dedicated bus lanes.
Air Alliance Houston and the Environmental Defense Fund claim the TCEQ is using inept monitoring techniques to justify the removal of pollutants from watch list
In a newly released Gallup poll, only three metro regions had a lower percentage of citizens report feeling "safe walking alone at night".
Jay Blazek Crossley, May 08, 13.
The Houston City Council voted unanimously to pass one of the priorities of the Houston Coalition for Complete Streets: a Safe Passing Ordinance.
Matt Dietrichson, May 07, 13.
Carnegie Vanguard and Michael E. DeBakey high schools both scored high in a recent ranking of the best public high schools in the country.
Matt Dietrichson, May 02, 13.
Months after being approved, the Washington Avenue corridor has begun their innovative new parking program.
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