Posted on · The group said they are also making a pledge to visit every fire station, police station, and sheriff station in Harris County to show their appreciation.
Posted on · Artist Nicola McClean created this exhibit to remember and honor the victims, families, and first responders of the September 11th terror attacks
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: The Houston Federation of Teachers weighs in on recent HISD school closures due to COVID-19, our weekly political roundup, how first responders are dealing with the pandemic, and a new opera involves competitive bird calling.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: How local hospitals are holding up amid COVID-19, HFD Chief Sam Peña answers your questions, recommendations for movies or TV shows to watch amid social distancing, and the life and legacy of Selena.
Posted on · To address the region’s high rate of traffic crashes, the Houston-Galveston Area Council is launching its first-ever public safety campaign.
Posted on · Sunday’s vigil, held on the campus of the University of Texas of the Permian Basin, began with a standing ovation for law enforcement and medical providers.
Posted on · Studies have linked per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) to thyroid problems, immune deficiency and cancer.
Posted on · Commissioned by the Westchase District, local artist Larry Crawford painted it on the flood control channel that runs along Brays Bayou
Posted on · The Mayor and the private social network discuss the importance of connected communities and social media in light of hurricane Harvey
Posted on · By attending a weeklong course in crisis intervention training hosted by the San Antonio Police Department’s mental health unit, Texas first responders are learning about how to deal with mental illness.
Posted on · Houston food writers discuss how local restaurants have responded to Hurricane Harvey by feeding evacuees and first-responders -- and by offering a return to normalcy.
Posted on · We asked Houstonians to tell us about the people who went above and beyond during the storm and recovery.
Posted on · A University of Houston researcher is developing a system that would allow security cameras to recognize potential threats to public safety before they happen and send an alert to law enforcement.
Posted on · There was a rail disaster northwest of Houston last week, but you probably didn't hear about it. That's because it was “staged” as part of a training exercise. From News 88.7’s Energy and Environment desk, Dave Fehling reports on how a new risk is changing the curriculum at a Texas “fire-fighting school.” (Images Courtesy: Dave […]