Posted on · Houston Chronicle columnist Chris Tomlinson discusses the role pipeline operators and traders may have played during the freezing weather and walks us through lawsuits filed in the 2.5 years since, all of which is outlined in his four-part series for the paper.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: After two mistrials, a jury has found AJ Armstrong guilty of killing his parents. Separately, Armstrong is suing HPD, alleging police planted evidence to force a false conviction. We learn the latest on the Armstrong saga.
Posted on · Houston Chronicle columnist Chris Tomlinson shares his concerns about the impact such bills could have on efforts to attract business to Texas.
Posted on · As Houston Matters prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary this week, we talk about how the food and restaurant scene has changed here in the past decade with our panel of food writers from The Full Menu.
Posted on · On Friday's show: We get an update on the situation at the contaminated Jones Road Superfund Site and learn how the debt ceiling battle in Congress could lead to worse health care outcomes for Texans.
Posted on · On Friday's show: An update on bail reform, accessibility for the disabled at the rodeo, and how the world depends on Vladimir Putin economically.
Posted on · Chris Tomlinson discusses the new book he's co-authored, Forget the Alamo: The Rise and Fall of an American Myth.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: How a new Texas law could affect employers' ability to require their workers to get a COVID-19 vaccine, and dispelling myths about the Alamo.
Posted on · On Friday's show: The Trump administration's last-minute environmental rule changes, the economic benefits of legalizing marijuana, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news, and director Michelle Mower.
Posted on · Some analysts say the Trump administration’s tentative trade deal with Mexico is good for Houston's economy. Others say it's a mixed bag.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: We examine what the new, tentative trade deal with Mexico could mean for Houston. We continue our series of candidate interviews with Todd Litton, who's running for Congressional District 2. Then, local comedians discuss the fine art of being funny in a politically correct world. And Julie Beasley talks about her children's book, H is for Harvey.
Posted on · Journalist Chris Tomlinson's ancestors used to own slaves. In his book, Tomlinson Hill, he reconnects with the descendants of those slaves.
Posted on · What's the most-used illegal drug in Greater Houston? And how has drug use in the city and Texas changed over the years? The leading researcher in the state answers those questions.
Posted on · Congress failed to renew the H-2B Returning Worker Program. The program is a visa for temporary, non-agricultural workers, creating a great concern for the Gulf-Coast Shrimping industry.
Posted on · Among the many side effects of the drop in oil prices has been the issue of oil companies abandoning their drilling sites around Texas. Chris Tomlinson of the Houston Chronicle recently wrote about how taxpayers might end up paying to clean up these sites. And he tells Michael Hagerty why many of these companies are […]