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Arte Público Author Of The Month: Diane Gonzales Bertrand

San Antonio Writer Presents Insightful Stories For Young People

New Public Works Director Pledges To Improve Communication With Public

Houston City Council will officially confirm Dale Rudick at next meeting.

Solar Power Shedding ‘Ugly’ Image in Houston

Some housing developments are banning the solar panels, others love them.

Why One Superintendent Pushed For Changes To Texas High School

Alief Superintendent HD Chambers talks with News 88.7 Education Reporter Laura Isensee

President Obama To Speak At 11:50 AM

President Obama will deliver a statement

New Texas Law Mandates Screening Newborns For Heart Defects

A new law requires Texas newborns to get heart screenings

Gov Rick Perry Is Booked On Two Felony Charges

Texas Governor Rick Perry was booked on two felony charges Tuesday.

Immigration Caps For Highly Skilled Workers Weigh On Houston Businesses

Applications for H-1B visas outrun available slots by three to one.

Preservationists, City Engage In Talks Over Freedmen’s Town Brick Streets

Advocates hope city changes plan to remove historic bricks for street repairs.

Music In The Making: August 17th, 2014

An Arts Appreciation Month-themed episode featuring Deane, Busoni, Whitacre, and Hindemith.