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Full Show: Santa Fe Shooting Trial, Memories From The Pacific Theater, And An Orchestra Of Doctors (Aug. 13, 2019)

On Tuesday’s Houston Matters: METRO votes on some key transit measures, the latest in the trial of the accused shooter in Santa Fe, how a business in Greater Houston helped save a life in Scotland, a local veteran shares memories of World War II, and performers from the World Doctors Orchestra.


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On Tuesday’s Houston Matters: METRO’s board is meeting today to approve several transit projects. News 88.7's Gail Delaughter explains what it all could mean for Houston commuters.

Plus, the lawyer for the accused Santa Fe High School shooter says his client's mental health has deteriorated, and he's no longer able to rationally understand proceedings in his case. We learn the latest.

Also this hour: We revisit how a service in Montgomery that’s been called an “extreme 911” helped save the life of a man in Scotland.

Then, World War II veteran Aubrey Farb shares memories of serving in the Pacific theater.

And we learn about an orchestra made up of doctors.

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