Posted on · The bill now goes back to the Texas Senate since the version passed by the House makes some minor changes to the version passed by the upper chamber two weeks ago.
Posted on · Dr. Peter Hotez writes about the dangers of this movement in "The Deadly Rise of Anti-Science: A Scientist's Warning."
Posted on · The internationally recognized physician and scientist shares his insight on vaccines, the latest research, and the anti-vaccine movement.
Posted on · On Friday's show: As cleanup continues after Tuesday’s tornadoes, should we expect more of them in the Houston area in the future?
Posted on · Medical experts weigh in on the recent developments in the fight against the virus in the U.S. and abroad.
Posted on · Our experts address concerns over the spread of illness, especially during the holiday season.
Posted on · Though the number of COVID cases aren’t increasing substantially in our area, the new BA.2 subvariant is becoming more prevalent in Houston. Today, a local epidemiologist is here to explain this and more COVID headlines.
Posted on · The city of Houston and Texas Children's Hospital are holding a mass vaccination clinic Friday at the George R. Brown convention center with the aim of vaccinating 5,000 or more people before the holidays.
Posted on · City employees have had over six weeks to comply with the mayor’s COVID-19 order.
Posted on · The House measure focuses on giving employees fired for refusing a vaccine the right to sue their former employers, while the Senate bill hews closer to Governor Greg Abbott’s executive order.
Posted on · Attorneys for Carmine’s and for three women from Texas who are facing charges tell the New York Times that the women had provided documentation of COVID-19 vaccinations but that the altercation escalated after two men who joined the party didn’t have proof.
Posted on · On Friday's show: We learn more about a mask mandate for schools and daycares, new guidance on COVID vaccines for pregnant women, a closer look at how the infrastructure bill just passed in the Senate would affect Greater Houston, and The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We learn how area colleges and universities are preparing for the start of the fall semester amid the latest surge in COVID-19 cases.
Posted on · Today, we get an update on COVID – from vaccines to the global situation to what summer in the US might look like.
Posted on · Experts discuss the health economic impacts of the pandemic and help us understand recent COVID-19 vaccine news.