Houston Public Media Article Search

20717 News Found

99-Year-Old Dallas Volunteer Wins Texas Award

WWII veteran in Richardson wins the Texas Andrus Award.
Tags: news, AARP

New Study: Leaking Gas Wells Contaminating Texas Water

Study links natural gas wells to contamination of water source in Texas

Metro's Bus Reimagining Plan Moves Closer To Final Approval

New routes are expected to go into effect next summer.

Classical Classroom, Episode 9: Amy Bishop's tone poem journey (Rerun)

Classical Classroom, Episode 9: Amy Bishop's tone poem journey through Bohemia, death, & 20's Paris

Music in the Making: September 14th, 2014

Ravel does American Blues, Gershwin walks in a Parisian's shoes!

Deadly Accidents Involving Trucks Tied to Fracking Operations Surge

Fatal crashes on Texas highways jumped 50 percent from 2009 through 2013.

Texas Gets Visit From Presidents of Nation's Two Teachers' Unions

Both presidents say schools need to focus on educating the whole child.
Tags: home, news, education,

City Of Houston Getting Started On Developing 'General Plan'

The goal is to have a strategic vision for the city's future.

Red Tape Adds To Delays In New Home Construction

The wait time for a building permit is now 3½ months.

Opera Cheat Sheet: Peter Grimes

An overview of Britten’s tale of the outsider fisherman, Saturday’s noon opera.