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Full Show: Children At Risk Release School Report Card, And Southern Baptist Missionary Abuse Uncovered (June 3, 2019)

Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: Children at Risk published 2015 report,the latest on a three-part investigation into the Southern Baptist Convention, we learn about the first-ever Latin Restaurant Weeks, and sportswriter Jeff Balke

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Keuchel’s Struggles Continue and Dynamo Name Interim Coach

Posted on · The Houston Astros lost to Tampa Bay 5-0 Sunday as Dallas Keuchel’s struggles continued. The team is still awaiting the return of shortstop Carlos Correa, who’s nursing a sore ankle, and the team overall has lost five of its last seven games. Meanwhile, the Houston Dynamo appointed an interim head coach. And Gordie Howe, hockey […]

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Sports Monday: Rockets Fire McHale and Texans Beat the Jets

Posted on · The Houston Rockets fired their coach and kept losing. UH gave their coach a raise and lost for the first time. Houston Astros players won the Cy Young and Rookie of the Year, despite a late season fade. But hey, the Texans won, beating the Jets 24-17 at home. To discuss the latest developments in […]

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Astros Call Up Top Draft Pick Amidst Four-Game Skid

Posted on · When the Houston Astros take on the White Sox in Chicago today (6/8/15), they’ll have a new player in the dugout with them: top prospect Carlos Correa. The team announced his promotion to the majors Sunday night. In stops at Double-A Corpus Christi and Triple-A Fresno this season, the highly-touted infielder, whom the Astros drafted […]

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Revisiting Houston’s Image Problem: Monday’s Show (June 8, 2015)

Posted on · Just over a year ago, the Greater Houston Partnership launched a branding campaign to encourage Millennials to move to Houston. Is it working? And what other efforts are underway to bring people here to visit – or to stay? On this edition of Houston Matters, we learn about official efforts to sell Houston’s image across […]