Otobots auto repair proudly serves the thriving community of Humble, TX with industry certified technicians. Museums and other points of interest include the Humble Negro Cemetery and DeLorean Motor Company (DMC), manufacturer of the DeLorean DMC-12, a sports car made famous by the movie Back to the Future, has its only remaining private factory based in Humble. The Shell Houston Open, an annual PGA Tour event is played at Golf Club of Houston, located in an unincorporated area near Humble. The event takes place at the end of March-beginning of April. The event has historically been one week before the Masters Tournament, the season’s first major.
Humble news is covered by three community newspapers: Community Impact Newspaper Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood edition (website), The Tribune Newspaper and The Observer Newspaper. Community Impact Newspaper is owned by John and Jennifer Garrett and covers several Houston Metro suburban areas as well as Austin and DFW Metro markets. The Tribune is locally owned and operated, while The Observer is part of the larger Houston Community Newspapers group. It is also the business location of Christian Radio Station KSBJ, call sign 89.3 FM radio.
Notable people from Humble include Jackie Battle (NFL), Bertrand Berry (NFL), Howard Hughes (inventor, investor, aviator, philanthropist), and Jerrod Johnson (NCAA).