In the News
Houston Public Media
7/17/2018

The Montgomery County Public Health District reported Tuesday the first case of West Nile Virus of 2018.

The Katy News
7/13/2018

Houston, TX – Harris County Public Health’s (HCPH) response to Hurricane Harvey and its marketing/communication campaigns were honored with three Model Practice Awards at the 2018 Annual Conference of the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO). The model practice award celebrates local health departments for developing programs that demonstrate exemplary and replicable best practices in response to a critical local public health need.  

FOX 26
7/13/2018

HOUSTON (FOX 26) - Bats, of all things, have taken over or at the very least have made themselves right at home at a Houston office building. It’s an especially bizarre bat story for you on this exceptionally odd date, Friday the 13th of July.

NACCHO
7/5/2018

 Alison Hare, MIA, Community Resilience Officer and Jennifer Kiger, MPH, Chief of the Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response at Harris County Public Health (HCPH), will discuss the importance of community resilience in preparedness and recovery in their upcoming presentation, “Community Resilience After Hurricane Harvey.” 

APHA - The Nation's Health
7/5/2018

First in a series on health equity, which ties into the theme of APHA’s 2018 Annual Meeting and Expo: “Creating the Healthiest Nation: Health Equity Now.”

Houston Chronicle
7/5/2018

Looking for a pet? Dozens of neglected and abandoned animals being cared for at the Harris County Animal Shelter need a home.

TMC News
7/2/2018

Targeting mosquito habitats using geographic information system (GIS) software

Click 2 Houston
7/2/2018

Summer Cove Apartments tops violators list with 75 issues.

Houston Chronicle
6/30/2018

The story of Hurricane Harvey typically begins with a number: 51. That is the amount of rain, in inches, that the storm dumped on our region over four days in August.

The CW 33
6/29/2018

The Harris County Public Health Center doesn't know how aggressive the flu will be this upcoming year, but they recommend people get vaccinated as early as possible.

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