Posted on · On Friday's show: We get an explanation of the ballot measures voters will decide in the November election. And we learn more about a spacecraft built in Houston that will be the first commercial craft to land on the moon.
Posted on · The Hobby School of Public Affairs at the University of Houston and TelevisaUnivision team up with Houston Public Media to host a broadcast debate in English and Spanish.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: We discuss the start of the impeachment trial for suspended Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in the Texas Senate.
Posted on · We do another mid-year check-in, this time with the reporter covering politics and government for News 88.7.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: Could the racketeering charges against former Pres. Donald Trump not just affect next year’s presidential race but also this year’s local Houston elections? We contemplate that and discuss other developments in politics in our weekly roundup.
Posted on · Houston Public Media's Hurricane Season recalls the Category 3 storm which made landfall this week in 1983.
Posted on · Our guests join us to reflect on the show’s run and celebrate "Town Square with Ernie Manouse”.
Posted on · On Friday's show: We discuss why some are so protective of certain mythologies and moments from Texas history – whether they’re accurate or not.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We meet record-setting astronaut Christina Hammock Koch, who will be the first woman to embark on a mission to the moon.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Now that we know who is going to lead Houston ISD under the state takeover, how is it sitting with area educators? We get reaction from the Houston Federation of Teachers to a new superintendent and new board of managers running the district.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: The Texas House has passed two bills aimed squarely at Harris County elections. News 88.7's Andrew Schneider explains what the laws would do.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: The Rockets hired Ime Udoka as their new head coach because of his championship accumen, but is he worth the baggage stemming from his suspension in Boston related to a relationship with a female subordinate?
Posted on · On Monday's show: We learn about a pair of bills in the legislature that could change who's in charge of elections in Harris County. And we offer you a chance to vent about your pet peeves and frustrations about life in Greater Houston.
Posted on · Lawmakers now have roughly two-and-a-half months to pass new bills.
Posted on · On Monday's show: We preview what’s ahead for the University of Houston Cougars and other area college basketball teams who made the cut for the NCAA college basketball tournament.