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Full Show: Taekwondo Instructor Facing Sexual Misconduct Allegations, And The Death Of Dairy Queen (May 10, 2018)

On Thursday’s Houston Matters: We learn about sexual misconduct allegations against a famed Sugar Land taekwondo instructor. We revisit the New Horizons mission to Pluto. We learn why Dairy Queens are disappearing from some small Texas towns. And a photographer documents changes along the US-Mexico border.


On Thursday’s Houston Matters: An internationally acclaimed taekwondo instructor from Sugar Land is facing sexual misconduct allegations. It's the most recent case stemming from Texas. How could these allegations affect the Lone Star State's reputation in the sports world?

Also this hour: A new report warns the city's traditional model for growth needs to be re-examined. News 88.7's Florian Martin reports on how flooding could stunt that growth in the decades ahead.

Then, we look back at NASA’s New Horizons probe, whose mission was to take a closeup look at Pluto. We find out why Dairy Queens are disappearing in some small Texas towns. And we talk with photographer John Moore about his new photography book documenting life along the U.S.-Mexico Border.

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