Posted on · Episode: 2829 Cesare Lombroso and his Museum. Today, a head in a jar.
Posted on · Episode: 2823 Gilles de la Tourette and Hypnotic Crimes. Today, hypnotic crimes.
Posted on · Houston Police Chief Troy Finner explains why, and fields listeners' questions.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: We catch up with Houston's Chief of Police and revisit a conversation about privacy and the press.
Posted on · A new podcast based on an article from The Marshall Project examines that and other questions raised by an investigation into a 2005 murder.
Posted on · As Houston Matters prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary, we continue our series of conversations about how things in the city have and have not changed in the past decade. Today, we talk with experts about past storms and efforts to minimize the effects from future floods.
Posted on · Investigative reporter Lise Olsen explains why a stretch of I-45 became an opportune place for serial killers. And she discusses the latest on the four murders that are the focus of the new Netflix series she's featured in, Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields.
Posted on · HPD said it's focusing heavily on parking lot crimes this holiday season and urging residents to be mindful of items left in their vehicles.
Posted on · Houston Public Media interviewed 15 Hispanic residents, as part of a Texas Newsroom statewide project, on what their main concerns are heading into the midterm elections. Listen for more Latino voters' voices this week as we air a series of montages.
Posted on · Judge Lina Hidalgo, the Democratic incumbent, faces a stiff, well-financed challenge by Republican Alexandra del Moral Mealer.
Posted on · The sheriff's office says participation in the SafeCam program is free and voluntary and that participants will not be required to provided requested camera footage, but the setup raises questions about privacy and information control, according to two privacy rights advocacy organizations.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Two staffers for Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo are asking that District Attorney Kim Ogg be disqualified from prosecuting their case, which involves a controversial COVID-19 outreach contract. We learn why. And the new Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Houston Field Office discusses his job and efforts to fight crime in the area.
Posted on · The sheriff’s department believes the shooting at the Sunny Flea Market took place after a fight between two groups.
Posted on · Oscar Rosales, 51, was charged with capital murder for his alleged role in the shooting death of Corporal Charles Galloway.
Posted on · Former Houston police captain Mark Aguirre is accused of running a man off the road and pointing a gun at his head in an attempt to prove a bogus voter fraud conspiracy.