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Thursday’s Show: Pregnancy Amid COVID-19, And The Effect On Court Proceedings (March 26, 2020)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: COVID-19 and pregnancy, the effect on jails and prisons, how courts have adapted, tips for staying physically active, and our monthly film segment, The Bigger Picture.

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How Should the Law Treat Repeat Drunk Drivers?

Posted on · We've previously discussed on our program how pervasive drunk driving is in Harris County and ways in which law enforcement and courts are trying to crack down. But what do we do about repeat DWI offenders — those who, after initial interactions with law enforcement and the court system and despite whatever punishments are handed […]

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Stage Production Aims to Help Those Struggling With Alcoholism

Posted on · There have been countless plays written about the descent of someone into alcohol or drugs. When Stanley yells "Stella" in A Streetcar Named Desire he’s drunk. The dialogue in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf wouldn't be as searing without the mask of liquor. But what about a play about getting sober? And what if it […]

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NTSB Ruling, Jade Helm and Sobriety Theater: Thursday’s Show (June 11, 2015)

Posted on · The National Transportation Safety Board this week issued its initial report on a March 2014 collision in the Houston Ship Channel between the bulk carrier Summer Wind and the Miss Susan tow in lower Galveston Bay, which led to an oil spill and temporary closure of the channel. While the accident occurred on a foggy […]