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Full Show: SB4’s Economic Impact, And Big Changes To The Farmer’s Market (Aug. 1, 2017)

Posted on · On today's Houston Matters, we discuss one group's estimates on the economic impact of the so-called "sanctuary cities" bill. Plus: we check in on the costs of renting and buying homes in Greater Houston, discuss corporal punishment in Texas schools, and learn about changes planned for the Houston Farmers’ Market.

Houston Matters

Is Corporal Punishment a Relic or Still Relevant?

Posted on · The case of NFL star Adrian Peterson being accused of child abuse has brought the topic of corporal punishment to the minds of the nation and many in Greater Houston. Many have criticized his alleged actions — but plenty have defended him saying they were also hit by their parents growing up. On this edition of Houston […]

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Corporal Punishment, Cybersecurity and Turning Recycling Trucks into Art: Houston Matters for Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014

Posted on · The case of NFL star Adrian Peterson being accused of child abuse has brought the topic of corporal punishment to the minds of the nation and many in Greater Houston. Many have criticized his alleged actions — but plenty have defended him saying they were also hit by their parents growing up. On this edition […]

Good, Bad and Ugly

Corporal Punishment, Grocery Delivery and Cancelled Music Fests: The Good The Bad and The Ugly of Houston News

Posted on · The NFL’s latest scandal reaches Greater Houston (Conroe to be exact, and Vikings’ star Adrian Peterson); a new grocery delivery service launches in Houston and bills itself as “Uber for groceries;” and the first Lone Star Music Festival gets cancelled before it even gets off the ground: we discuss The Good, The Bad and The […]