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Full Show: No Knock Warrants, And Bringing The Arts To Juvenile Detention, (March 22, 2019)

On Friday’s Houston Matters: New rules for no-knock warrants, bringing the arts to at-risk youth, breaking down The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of the news, and an informal spelling bee.

On Friday’s Houston Matters: “No-knock” warrants will now require a district court judge’s okay under new policy changes in the Houston Police Department’s narcotics division. Chief Art Acevedo shared those changes with members of the Houston City Council Thursday. We learn more.

Then, the HISD board has decided to hold off – for now – on renewing several charter school contracts.

Also this hour: The Theater District has started a new program bringing arts projects to at-risk youth, including some in juvenile detention. Plus we break down The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly of the week’s news.

And, in advance of the annual Houston Public Media Spelling Bee, our host, Craig Cohen, and spelling bee host Ernie Manouse come up with some challenging words for each other to spell.

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