A new Texas law requires many students to make big decisions. But what are the goals? How will it work? Who is affected? Find out in this series.
A new art exhibit called Air, Condition aims to give life to an unseen aspect of the Houston landscape: all the voices and information that are passing through us all ...
"We own this park space, the question is how to develop it." – Judge Ed Emmett on the Astrodome
Directors of the Houston Veterans Affairs Office and VA Medical Center answer your questions about the care and benefits allotted for local vets.
August is Arts Appreciation Month! Arts and Culture is celebrating the ways that arts and artists inspire each other. This week, we’ll focus on the performing arts.
The decision will allow about a dozen abortion clinics to continue operating ...
Texas judge rules state’s method of financing public schools is unconstitutional.
Our overview of Puccini’s dramatic masterpiece, this Saturday’s noon opera broadcast.
Two accomplished local musicians perform pieces for cello and piano.
The most congested roadway in Texas is the 6-10 West Loop.
SMU's football players are wearhelmets outfitted with ballistics-grade Kevlar
Law enforcement officials want to ensure roadways are free of intoxicated motorists
Laura Isensee joins Houston Matters to talk about her series, "Reinventing Texas ...
Glenwood Cemetery offers a calm, art-filled respite within the city.
The Houston-based musician debuts a piece by Karl Blench.
Harris County Judge Ed Emmett wants ...
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