Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: Homeowners have their case heard against the Army Corps of Engineers, problems addressing food deserts in Houston, bringing the Internet to deep space, and remembering our former colleague Capella Tucker.
Posted on · “If a person could embody the spirit of NPR-style journalism, that person was Capella Tucker.”
Posted on · As Buffalo Bayou prepares to host its annual regatta, Houston Matters host Craig Cohen and Capella Tucker try their hand at kayaking from Memorial Park to downtown.
Posted on · As we close in on the end of 2015, we offer you an opportunity to share your thoughts about the programs and services you hear each day on News 88.7 FM. From Houston Matters, to reports from News 88.7 journalists, to the programs we produce and present — any questions or comments you have are […]
Posted on · On the road, at work, at school, at home, we, our friends, neighbors, co-workers, loved ones average less than seven hours of sleep each weekday. That's a lot of sleep-deprived Houstonians. And we're not just tired, we're inattentive, less productive, and it's not good for us. On this edition of Houston Matters, we welcome your […]
Posted on · On the heels of our recent discussion about what's on your Houston "bucket list," Houston Public Media Director of Content Capella Tucker and Houston Matters host Craig Cohen knock one item off the list, as they kayak along Buffalo Bayou, courtesy of Bayou City Adventures. More: Bayou City Adventures Kayaking Schedule Map of the Houston […]
Posted on · When you’re the fourth largest city in the country, crime is an inevitable part of life. But what crimes? And how prevalent are they? Houston Police Department statistics offer a glimpse. In January of this year, HPDÂ says there were more than 11,300 crimes reported across the city of Houston. More than half were thefts; […]