Trigger left his troubles in the dust when he rode off into the sunset with BARC animal enforcement officer Elisa Salazar.

Emancipation Park, Houston’s oldest public park, received a $33.6 million makeover just in time for Juneteenth celebrations.

From a WWI training camp to a commercial spaceport, Ellington Airport celebrates its contributions to aviation history.

City employees help promote affordable housing for all incomes in all areas of the city. 

Artist’s national award-winning project gives new purpose to Reuse Warehouse material.

Are you a legal permanent resident? Get one-on-one guidance through the naturalization process by attending an information session on April 13.

Office of New Americans and Immigrant Communities plays key role among Houston’s diverse residents.

Donated tactical vests protect K-9 officers from harm on the job.

City employees ensured Houston’s peaceful demonstration went off without a hitch.

Owned by HPD Sgt. Bryan Klevens, Prison Break Tattoos has become a popular destination for first responders who want a permanent reminder of their public service pride.

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