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Top Stories of 2013 in Houston News

Posted on · As 2013 comes to a close, we look back at the top stories in Houston news this year, including: politics, healthcare, transportation, energy, education, arts and sports. KUHF reporters join us to talk about the big stories they covered in those realms during 2013, we hear highlights of their reporting and their thoughts and analysis.

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The Good, The Bad & The Ugly of 2013 in Houston News

Posted on · As 2013 comes to a close we take a look back at The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Houston news in 2013. We’ll look at the interesting stories in: politics, food, arts and culture and sports. Our discussions include: Politics: A mayor’s race that wasn’t as close as many thought, the rise of […]

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Exhibit Brings Replicas of World’s Oldest Art to Houston

Posted on · In September of 1940 four French boys discovered a long-forgotten cave full of prehistoric art. The Lascaux Cave, as it’s now known, has been dubbed the “Sistine Chapel of Pre-history,” because it’s adorned with ancient frescos of bulls, deer and bison. The caves have been closed to the public since the 1960s to protect them, […]

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The Greater Houston Partnership on Houston’s Transportation and Jobs

Posted on · The Greater Houston Partnership held a forum earlier this month discussing the city’s transportation. We discuss the state of the city’s transportation infrastructure with Leonard D. Waterworth, Executive Director of Port of Houston Authority, and Bob Harvey, President and CEO of Greater Houston Partnership. Then, we talk with Patrick Jankowski, the Greater Houston Partnership’s Vice President […]