What once was lost, now is found thanks to Operation Photo Rescue. The nonprofit organization visited Houston to offer free photo restoration services to Houstonians whose treasured memories were destroyed in the Memorial Day flood.
More than a requirement for ramps and elevators, the American Disabilities Act has changed lives and minds for the past 25 years. Read about the city's ongoing adherence efforts.
Monique Johnson is a true public servant, on the job and in the community. That's why she's the Bravo Award spotlight for the month.
Forget the image you have about shelter dogs. Take a look at BARC's new adoption center that puts its best paw forward.
With 63 years of service, Edward A. Thomas was the longest-serving officer in HPD history. HPD honored his legacy by renaming headquarters after Mr. Thomas, just two weeks before his death.
An overhaul of the 30-year-old system promises more destinations and increased weekend service for more than 150,000 transit riders.
Bravo winner Deborah Moore advocates for seniors by day and devotes her free time supporting cancer patients and survivors.
If that can of Dinty Moore beef stew in your hurricane kit looks unappealing, never fear. The Department of Health and Human Services serves up gourmet quality recipes made from nonperishables.