Posted on · We take a look at how the community is healing and what’s changed since last year’s tragic school shooting.
Posted on · The Supreme Court made its voice heard on this topic, but with recent mass shootings, there’s a public outcry for change. Also, with President Biden testing positive for COVID, a medical expert explains why there should be concern for his health due to his age.
Posted on · Today, we discuss gun safety, violence and policy, as well as social justice.
Posted on · President Donald Trump also pardoned former Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean, who were convicted of shooting an unarmed drug smuggler and covering it up in 2006.
Posted on · Since 1894, churches have been exempt from paying federal income taxes, and they’re also exempt from paying property taxes in all 50 states. This can sometimes be a contentious issue like in Friendswood recently, when a church bought 135 acres of land and applied for a tax exemption on the entire property — with an […]
Posted on · Last week (May 2, 2016), Halliburton and Baker Hughes — two of the world's biggest oilfield services companies, headquartered in Houston — called off an estimated $28 billion merger. On this edition of Houston Matters, we discuss why the deal ultimately fell through — and what the impact may be on Houston. We welcome your […]