Posted on · Texas has sued the Obama Administration over and over again. But what will happen to that pending litigation under a Trump presidency? Experts say a lot of cases will be dismissed, but that doesn't mean the bad blood between Texas and the federal government will all go away.
Posted on · News 88.7 recorded a poll telling voters to have their photo IDs ready. We played it for Harris County Clerk Stan Stanart, who says: "They should be saying more than that."
Posted on · In October, 44 women graduated from a intensive two-year program. But they didn't go through the course to get a degree or a chance at a new career. The program taught the women how to be better mothers.
Posted on · In Karachi, News 88.7 Education Reporter Laura Isensee reflects on the difficulties people face in Pakistan when they try to push back against cultural norms.
Posted on · Health experts and elected officials say it is possible to eliminate Zika virus, but there are numerous obstacles and any action has been slow to develop.
Posted on · The festival and parade are scheduled for Saturday, June 25th in downtown Houston.
Posted on · After what feels like endless flooding, many Texans are now trying to save water-logged family heirlooms.
Posted on · Patrick also sent a letter to all Texas school districts urging them not to follow the Obama administration's directive.
Posted on · May 7 is the Uniform Election Day in Texas, when hundreds of municipalities and local governmental entities will hold elections across the Greater Houston region.
Posted on · One of Houston's most popular events is coming up the second weekend in April. The Art Car Parade is in its 29th year of featuring weird, wacky cars.
Posted on · Obama chose federal appeals court judge Merrick Garland.
Posted on · Heavy rain, strong wind and tornadoes are possible in the Greater Houston area.
Posted on · The so-called "ballot order effect" could give some candidates an advantage in primary races. And new research indicates party leaders in Texas might be exploiting that possibility.
Posted on · Houston Matter chats with the co-directors of the poll: University of Houston political science professor Richard Murray, who directs the Survey Research Institute at UH, and Hobby Center for Public Policy research associate Bob Stein.
Posted on · Despite $2 billion 4th quarter loss, Noble Energy's position is strong heading into 2016.