Posted on · The city has already recorded 45 days of 100 degree temperatures just this year, which sits one day short of tying the record from 2011.
Posted on · On Friday's show: As the City of Houston prepares to enter stage two of it's drought contingency plan, we take stock of the severity of the situation and discuss the ways it's affecting our environment.
Posted on · Houston Public Works is asking residents to conserve water by limiting their outdoor watering to two days per week and between the hours of 7 p.m. and 5 a.m.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: While the bulk of rain in today’s forecast may land south of us, there are several other storm systems developing in the Atlantic. Could any of them bring some much-needed rain here?
Posted on · Trees for Houston's Barry Ward offers listeners advice as we navigate drought conditions and ongoing extreme heat.
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 · Residents and businesses in the fast-growing suburb west of Houston are limited to watering their landscapes twice per week until further notice, with violators subject to fines or having their water turned off by the city.
Posted on · As of Monday morning, National Weather Service declared yet another excessive heat warning for the Houston area.
Posted on · Meg Tapp from the Garden Club of Houston addresses that concern and answers listener questions about caring for the plants in their life.
Posted on · On Monday's show: Updates on HISD, looking at our risk for wildfires, and your gardening questions answered.
Posted on · The number of acres burned this year is dramatically lower compared to 2022. But a rash of new fires have put state and local officials on edge.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Will this extreme heat ever let up? Can we take some solace in knowing it’s helping to hold back major storms?
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Gov. Abbott is refusing to remove buoys from the Rio Grande that the Justice Department says are illegal. Abbott says Texas has the right to defend its borders from “invasion.” We discuss this recent border standoff.
Posted on · Most of the Houston region is experiencing drought conditions, which could continue through much of the winter, according to a local meteorologist.
Posted on · On Friday's show: We make sense of a summer filled with both drought and flooding. Then we learn about a voter fraud movement with deep ties to Houston. And we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week.