Posted on · On Monday's show: Alexandra del Moral Mealer has dropped her lawsuit challenging the results of last year's election for Harris County judge. We learn why and discuss whether we should expect more challenges like hers in our current political climate.
Posted on · Ahead of a planned reboot on Hulu, we contemplate the animated series' influence on how others perceive Texans.
Posted on · We explore why some find what they're looking for in the Lone Star state, and others move on.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Have outsiders' views of Texas and Texans changed since the animated series "King of the Hill" left an impression?
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 · Mayor Sylvester Turner is seeking temporary funding while METRO considers establishing its own bike share program to replace it.
Posted on · Houston Matters discusses the difficulties of figuring out who we are in our youth in this month's installment of The Bigger Picture.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Houston BCycle, the city’s bike share system, recently announced it was shutting down. But will that still happen now that the mayor says he will ask City Council to approve funding to save it?
Posted on · We remember Billie Jean King's defeat of Bobby Riggs at the Astrodome in 1973 and consider its impact with Houston-area tennis great Zina Garrison.
Posted on · Catastrophic Theatre presents a restaging of its production of the famous Samuel Beckett play a decade later, with the same cast.
Posted on · Gov. Greg Abbott wants private school vouchers passed and tells opponents they'll face primary challenges for their seats if they don't give him what he wants.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: Fifty years ago today, tennis star Billy Jean King struck a blow for women’s equality in sports, defeating her male counterpart, Bobby Riggs, in a televised match at the Astrodome seen by millions.
Posted on · Former U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold of Wisconsin talks about his book, "The Constitution in Jeopardy," ahead of an event in Houston this week.
Posted on · Quiet cutting is the idea that an employer would reassign an employee to different areas of the company in order to move them, in order to avoid having to terminate.
Posted on · A new report from energy research firm Wood Mackenzie says we're running a little behind.