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Full Show: The Story Of Black Colleges And Universities, And Anthony Graves Tells His Story (Feb. 19, 2018)

Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: On the eve of early voting, we preview the primary election races. Then, a new film documents the history of America’s historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). Plus, exonerated, former death row inmate Anthony Graves talks about his new book. And we recap the latest news in Houston sports.

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Board Members Overseeing Houston’s Crime Lab Discuss its Past, Present, and Future

Posted on · The Houston Forensic Science Center is a local corporation created in 2012 to provide independent forensic services to law enforcement agencies, primarily the Houston Police Department. In 2014, the independent forensic operation took over what were formerly HPD’s Crime Scene Unit, Crime Lab, and part of its Identification Division. The crime lab is governed by […]

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Crude Oil Export Ban and Biggio in Hall of Fame: Monday’s show (July 27, 2015)

Posted on · On Friday, the Texas Supreme Court ruled Houston’s City Council must either repeal the city’s equal rights ordinance or place it on the November ballot. That ruling follows a state district judge ruling three months ago that opponents of the non-discrimination ordinance failed to gather enough valid signatures to force a repeal referendum. The state […]