A driver smashed full-speed into a man working on his disabled car on the side of a Houston road this morning. And that is the least disturbing part of this story.
Weekend amateur drag racing can provide hours of fun, but there's always a small chance of something like this —a fiery crash on Sunday where the driver was lucky to walk away.
Lest you think all the decapitation action is going down overseas, police in Houston discovered a "head and an arm" in a black trash bag in a yard on a street called Coke. Next to the bag was a chainsaw. (Yes, it's an honest-to-goodness Texas chainsaw massacre. Take a moment to get all your Leatherface ya-yas out.)
A pursuit in Houston ended unexpectedly when a teenager decided to use his truck to block two shooting suspects being chased by police. But the real shock came when the sexist anchors realized the drivers were women.
Washington was not the first word spoken on the moon. When a situation turns bad no one says "Los Angeles, we have a problem" because no wants help from Charlie Sheen. Houston is Space City, the birthplace of the shuttle program, and the rightful home of one of the retired shuttles.
Houstonians expected to wake up this morning to a dreamy city frosted with snow. Instead they found an icy nightmare. More than 100 crashes in four hours encouraged the city to shut down most major interstates. This mosaic of the region from the city's Transtar traffic cameras shows roads normally swelling with…
Cars & Coffee events give the guy with the GLHS a chance to hang with Gallardos in a judgment free zone, but someone is deserving of judgment: the assclown in the Viper trying to ruin it for all of us.
Monorails used to be the vision of futuristic travel. Now, that mode of transit has been mostly reduced to inter-terminal airport travel and family theme parks. Take a step back in time and gander at these bullet-shaped babies in action.
Eyewitnesses reported a strange aircraft leaving large, oval patterns over Houston on September 11th of this year. The odd contrails caused conspiracy enthusiasts to form all sorts of strange theories — none were correct. It turns out it was NASA.
Remember the Mid-Drive Crisis Mitsubishi Mirage? They all laughed when it entered the track! Well, nobody is laughing now, because the innovative Mitsu with the mid-mounted driver's seat now sits at the top of the Yeehaw It's Texas LeMons standings!
I'm too busy to take many photos during a LeMons BS Inspection— the gauntlet through which all entrants must pass in order to prove that they stayed within the $500 budget— when we have 120+ cars. Timelapse video time!
We're back at MSR Houston once again, and the LeMons Supreme Court sweated its way through a super-swampy hot day in Texas. Lots of Taurus SHOs, lots of BMW E36s, a couple of Mustang IIs, and much more!
Beating rental cars is nothing new, but there are limits to how far you can push it and get your deposit back. Especially if you're attempting to jump a rented 2010 Camaro SS over train tracks. Ouch. Warning: NSFW language.
Continuing the racial insensitivity we've come to expect from ESPN, a race announcer finished an interview this weekend with NASCAR crew member Kenyatta Houston — who is black — by asking him to "tap for us" before the race. Seriously.