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Can the Winter Olympics survive China’s COVID outbreak? Can we survive another winter freeze?

Posted on · We get an update on how China is handling the COVID breakout during the Olympics Games in Beijing. Plus, how should Houstonians prepare for the icy winter storm ahead?

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The Legacy of Houston Restaurant Weeks Goes On Strong

Posted on · The event, founded in 2003, has contributed funds that have created over 50 million meals for The Houston Food Bank, the largest food bank in America.

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Annette Gordon-Reed On The History And Meaning Of Juneteenth (June 17, 2021)

Posted on · On Thursday's show: We get the latest on the sweltering weather and the potential this weekend for a weather disturbance in the gulf, and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed discusses her book On Juneteenth.

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Texas Endure Freezing Temperatures Without Power With No Clear End In Sight

Posted on · Over 3 million Texas have been left without power such as listener Megan, who has endured over 30 hours without power or heat with her seven-week-old baby as temperatures plunged to the upper 20s inside her home.

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Monday’s Houston Matters: Tropical Storm Update, And Restaurants Opening Further (Sept. 21, 2020)

Posted on · On Monday's show: An update on Tropical Storm Beta’s threat to the region, restaurants opening to 75 percent, answers to your pet care questions, and an update on sports.

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Tuesday’s Houston Matters: Tropical Weather Update, And Remembering Developer Gerald Hines (Aug 25, 2020)

Posted on · On Tuesday’s show: An update on Tropical Storms Laura and Marco, the latest on COVID-19, City Council Member Edward Pollard answers questions, creating man-made islands to protect Galveston Bay from storm surge, and remembering real estate developer Gerald Hines.