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Texas Voter ID Law Back In Federal Court

This could be just the beginning of another years-long appeals process.

Music in the Making: August 31st, 2014

Featuring works by Falla, Strauss and Schumann!

Where Cotton Is King, Controversy Erupts Over Rail Yard

The tiny Texas farm town of Mumford battles proposed rail yard.

How One Pasadena High School Welcomes New Freshman

Volunteers visited the homes of more than 700 new ninth graders.

Classical Classroom, Episode 59: Back To School Quiz!

Play along in this host-humiliating "drop the needle" quiz show.

Labor Shortages Spreading To Some Cities Hit Hardest By Recession

Plenty of jobs, not enough workers. It’s no longer a Houston-only problem.

For Labor Day, A Look At LGBT Worker Protections In Texas

With no federal or state protections, do LGBT-friendly employer policies mean anything?

Judge Strikes Down Part of Texas Abortion Law

The decision will allow about a dozen abortion clinics to continue operating for now.

Houston Area Lawmakers React To School Finance Ruling

Texas judge rules state’s method of financing public schools is unconstitutional.
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Opera Cheat Sheet: Tosca

Our overview of Puccini’s dramatic masterpiece, this Saturday’s noon opera broadcast.