Posted on · On Wednesday's show: From the potential government shutdown to what’s next in the still-not-over Paxton saga, we discuss the latest developments in politics in our weekly roundup.
Posted on · People will be able to go to COVIDTests.gov and get four free tests per household, starting next week. The Biden administration says it is trying to prepare for the fall and winter COVID season.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Amid Artemis, the Webb telescope, and the recently announced NASA+ streaming service, has the space agency -- and by extension, Space City -- gotten its mojo back?
Posted on · The internationally recognized physician and scientist shares his insight on vaccines, the latest research, and the anti-vaccine movement.
Posted on · Texas appears to be the last state with a broad pandemic declaration, which was begun in 2020, still in place.
Posted on · Medical experts weigh in on current medical news and what we should know as we head into summer.
Posted on · As the COVID-era immigration policy comes to an end, we ask an attorney, a charity worker, and an immigrant rights organization what to expect here.
Posted on · “This signals, the transition from a pandemic to an endemic, we just to have to learn to how to deal with it.”
Posted on · The World Health Organization today lifted its Public Health Emergency of International Concern for COVID-19. That declaration went into effect three years ago on Jan. 30, 2020.
Posted on · Dr. David Persse, the city's chief medical officer, looks back at the last three years and discusses what still concerns him about COVID-19.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: The City of Houston's chief medical officer explains what the declaration's end means for Houston and reflects on its impact.
Posted on · The report addresses food insecurity, lapses in child care and HISD's performance while providing recommendations to school districts and state lawmakers.
Posted on · A health economist explains why the change is happening now and what qualified Medicaid recipients should do about it.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Houston-area restaurants want to keep expanded outdoor seating established early during the COVID-19 pandemic. Houston City Council is considering it. We learn more and discuss the state of area restaurants.
Posted on · What we’ve learned about the virus and the efforts to roll out the vaccine against all obstacles.