Posted on · The podcast's host, actor and comedian Cristela Alonzo, tells Houston Matters the true story of an all-Latino homicide squad in the late 1970s.
Posted on · Under Gov. Greg Abbott's orders, if COVID-19 patients made up 15% or more of all hospitalizations, it would automatically trigger restrictions that include the closure of all bars and a reduction of restaurant capacity to 50%.
Posted on · As Texas moves into Phase 1B, people over 65 and those at least 16 with underlying chronic health conditions can begin receiving their first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Posted on · As COVID-19 cases rise across Texas, Houston Public Media tracks the stories that matter to Greater Houston.
Posted on · It has been 23 weeks since the coronavirus hit Greater Houston. Local officials hope to siginficantly drop the region's positive rate by the end of August.
Posted on · As Houston enters its ninth week dealing with the coronavirus, Houston Public Media provides more live updates.
Posted on · As Houston enters its seventh week dealing with the coronavirus, Houston Public Media provides more live updates.
Posted on · The TCEQ asked Gov. Greg Abbott to lift the regulations arguing they can delay the state's response. Adrian Shelley, director of Public Citizen in Texas, says the measure hurts the environment.
Posted on · Champion dancers Marco Espejo and Sara Panero recently taught Latin dance enthusiasts at a Houston festival.
Posted on · We learn about the physical and mental challenges in the world of highly competitive marching bands.
Posted on · While Houston performed best in local government operations, it fell short in community wide initiatives and transportation policies.
Posted on · Texas is rolling out new school finance rules and the Houston School board meets Tuesday to discuss how to spend millions in additional funding.
Posted on · The latest Global Houston report says foreign companies invested more than $33 billion in the area over the last ten years.
Posted on · The university's Police department conducted a campus wide search and TSU will resume classes on Thursday.
Posted on · The Houston Arts Alliance and the Galveston Historical foundation plan to study the vulnerabilities of the regional arts community and research how to minimize them.