Updated: 9:01 PM Political and procedural problems in the Hearne school district has attracted the attention of the state.
An independent review of the district's performance is set to begin next month.
Updated: 9:01 PM You hear about people stealing your identity online, or simply by rummaging through your trash. But did you ever think someone could be looking over your shoulder stealing your information while writing a check?
Updated: 12:13 AM Have you checked your vehicle's tire pressure lately? Even if you have, you might still be riding on less air than you think. Making sure it's the right amount could save you money at the pump and wear and tear on your wheels.
Updated: 7:42 PM For the second time in six months, an overpass on Earl Rudder Freeway has been damaged after a vehicled collided with the structure. No one was injured in Monday morning's one car accident.
Updated: 7:42 PM Sunday, members of the community welcomed home Marines from the 1st Battalion, 23rd Regiment. For seven months, the Houston-based reserve unit served as security in Iraq's Al Anbar province.
Updated: 10:38 AM Industry guidelines and BP internal checklists suggest a construction trailer should not have been only 100 to 150 feet away from the vent stack that shot out liquid and vapors that ignited at a Texas City refinery last month.
Updated: 9:48 PM Most of the pilgrims who attended John Paul's funeral have flowed out of Rome, leaving behind a quiet and rainy St. Peter's Square. Those remaining are wondering when they'll get to see where the pope was laid to rest.
Updated: 11:21 PM At the age of 69, Leo Chavarria has touched many lives. For 30 years, he managed the Astros...but not the team that plays in Houston. Many more little ball players will wear that uniform in the shadow of Leo's legacy.
Updated: 3:30 PM Some 24 years later, Prince Charles is a newlywed again. Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles have tied the knot in England, in a modest civil ceremony followed by a majestic blessing ceremony at Windsor Castle.
Updated: 3:12 PM Canton High School football coach Gary Kinne remains in the hospital after the angry parent of one of his players shot him yesterday. It's the latest in a litany of livid parents who have taken out their anger on coaches and referees.
Updated: 11:39 PM The Eagle was looking for a way to connect with their readers who speak Spanish. Fronteras is a syndicated publication that includes news and sports content from Mexico and Central America.
Updated: 4:00 PM He became the poster child for the dangers of drinking and driving, but an early release was tearing one family apart while helping another to cope.
But now, a Texas parole board has reversed its decision -- sending Kyle Johnson back to prison.