A morning roundup of the day’s news.
Contrary to technology’s image as an equalizer, digital service jobs in United States have clustered and concentrated in a select few metros.
A photographer explores the emotional connections of mementos that change hands at Dallas estate sales.
Brown became a national figure after a gunman killed five law-enforcement officers in Texas last month.
The department’s efforts have drawn praise nationwide, but the city’s black and Latino communities don’t necessarily see a difference.
Grime wafting across the ocean from the Sahara is predicted to reach Houston today.
The People’s Design Library gives neighbors the reins on public-space projects.
America's national GDP grew 2.3 percent in 2014, but not every city fared equally well.
Federal officials rule the rail line won’t stop in Downtown Houston.
One city council member says it's time to stop blaming the victims and start addressing the real problem: car-friendly design.
Emerging partnerships hold promise for reducing car-reliance, but they raise questions about who’s winning out in the deal.
It's rare to find these types of formations in the South.
The carrier has fought against a bullet train in the state before.
The "Berlin Wall" is not being built on your farmland, for one.
Don't mess with their roads.
But their presence during implosions is making some people unhappy.
Acclaimed Dallas chef Chad Houser opens a permanent home for Café Momentum, giving on-the-job training to young offenders.
New studies suggest proximity to transit is quite flexible and could extend to a mile out.
They're especially bright in the suburbs, says NASA.
A fog layer was so thick it looked like a snowstorm.