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Posted on · The Houston LGBTQ+ Political Caucus and Reyes-Revilla endorser Adrian Garcia both condemned a Thursday mailer that shows Reyes-Revilla with her husband and two kids juxtaposed with a photo of Castillo and his husband. Reyes-Revilla says she supports the LGBTQ community.
Posted on · Several employees are now out of a job, including one executive-level Public Works employee who has resigned and another, who admitted to steering contracts to family members, has been relieved of duty.
Posted on · Construction for the Terminal B expansion project will not start until the Houston City Council signs off on the city's initial contribution of $150 million, which it cannot do because outgoing city controller Chris Brown has not approved the funding. He says more due diligence is needed.
Posted on · In honor of Beyoncé releasing, "RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ" in theaters, Union Kitchen, a Houston-area chain, will have a special Beyoncé-themed brunch exclusively on Dec. 2.
Posted on · Sandra Day O'Connor was called "the most powerful woman in America" during her quarter of a century as a Supreme Court justice.
Posted on · Judge Jeffrey Brown ordered the county to adopt a “least changes” political map, which preserves the nonwhite voting majority in the County Commissioner Precinct 3.
Posted on · RodeoHouston unveiled a genre list for the musical acts of the 2024 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The genre calendar gives event-goers just a hint of a long-awaited performing lineup that'll take the stage at next year's rodeo.
Posted on · Experts argue other assertions made in the lawsuit filing are completely unsubstantiated, such as one claiming that vaccinated people were more likely to die from COVID-19, which Texas health data disputes.
Posted on · Some Texas public school teachers say they have to do side jobs in order to be able to live.
Posted on · Texas Gov. Greg Abbott hasn't signed the bill yet, which enables local and state law enforcement officers to arrest anyone who’s entered the United States illegally.
Posted on · The Harris County Clerks Office confirmed Evans-Shabazz was asked to leave the polling location several times following the dispute.
Posted on · On Friday's show: We learn what a new report about traffic across Texas tells us about Houstonians’ daily commute. It’s not all bad news.
Posted on · Co-hosts Brandon Rottinghaus and Jeronimo Cortina delve into the latest news in national and local politics.
Posted on · The Houston Matters panel of non-experts weighs in on stories from the week’s news and decides if they’re good, bad, or ugly.
Posted on · A grant awarded this week by the federal agency will expand air-quality monitoring in the Fifth Ward, Galena Park, Pleasantville and Sunnyside neighborhoods. Earlier this year, the EPA awarded $500,000 for air monitoring in four other communities in East Houston.
Posted on · The clarification from Chief Circuit Judge Priscilla Richman comes two days after the appeals court agreed to rehear Petteway v. Galveston County next May.
Posted on · While TxDOT celebrates lower levels of road congestion than pre pandemic metrics, critics call the study’s methodology into question.
Posted on · A man suspected of fatally shooting his father on Thursday in the 2500 block of Mona Lee Lane was subsequently shot and killed by a school district police officer in the 2800 block of Campbell Road, after allegedly stealing two cars outside of Buffalo Creek Elementary.
Posted on · We learn why a Houston-area oyster company and a local restaurant are working to restore an oyster reef that they can’t harvest.
Posted on · Community members are provided free rides to places like the grocery store, doctor's appointments, pharmacies, and other locations. About 30% of households in Third Ward do not have a vehicle.