Posted on · Twenty-five years ago, Paul Broussard, a 27-year-old gay man, was murdered on the streets of Houston. Through a documentary and a follow up live town hall, Houston Public Media explores the aftermath of this pivotal event – from civil unrest to hate crime legislation; from victims’ rights to political activism. Tell us your story.
Posted on · The Houston SPCA has been rescuing animals from the flooding around the Brazos River.
Posted on · A declaration at the state level is a step towards enabling a federal disaster declaration.
Posted on · The U.S. Census Bureau said the Houston metro area added about 159,000 people.
Posted on · Greater Houston area school delays and closures for Friday, March 11, 2016.
Posted on · According to the NWS, moderate flooding is expected.
Posted on · A slew of open seats in the Legislature means there will be at least 18 freshman lawmakers in the Capitol come January. Two thirds of the open seats are currently held by a Republican.
Posted on · Host/Commentator Jay Aiyer discusses the Democratic Primary race between Rep. Gene Green and Adrian Garcia for Congressional District 29.
Posted on · Are you in the process of hunting for your next home in the Greater Houston area?
Posted on · UH is concerned that the UT plan could potentially take money and staff away from their campus.
Posted on · Do you keep hearing about the Iowa caucuses and are not really sure why you should care. Houston Public Media has you covered. Get an overview, perspective and updates before the caucuses.
Posted on · The gerenuk herd at the Houston Zoo has a new addition.
Posted on · Do you live or work in The Woodlands, Conroe, Shenandoah, or Oak Ridge North area? If so, how do you cope with the traffic congestion?
Posted on · South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley delivered the Republican response to President Barack Obama's 2016 State of the Union address.
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