Dianna Wray, a nationally award-winning journalist, is a staff writer at the Houston Press. Born and raised in Houston, she writes about everything from NASA to oil to horse races.
1 day ago | NASA
The time has come and the total eclipse is finally upon us. That's right, the solar eclipse that people have been buzzing about for more than a year is happening as the moon blocks the light of the sun from about 11:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. CST Monday...
6 days ago | Political Animals
For a moment, it looked like things were finally starting to simmer down. Sure, President Donald Trump had initially failed to decry white supremacists and white nationalists after a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia over plans to remove a statue...
7 days ago | Texas
Texas Central has found companies that will design and build the proposed high-speed rail line that will run from Houston to Dallas. Someday. Once it's built. (If that ever happens.) The company announced Monday that Irving-based Fluor Enterprises...
8 days ago | Political Animals
After a white nationalist rally against the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Virginia turned violent on Saturday, President Donald Trump jumped in with a statement that even many Republicans thought was ...
11 days ago | Political Animals
State Rep. Joe Moody, an El Paso Democrat, must know there's more of a chance that the Texas Legislature will do a group rendition of the macarena than there is that House Bill 334 will get through Legislature during the special session. Stil...
11 days ago | NASA
The coming total solar eclipse will pass from Oregon to South Carolina. It's the first time the U.S. has experienced a total solar eclipse since 1918, when the umbra started in Washington state and passed over Denver, Jackson, Mississippi, and Orl...