Posted on · The program will focus on Houston neighborhoods identified as food deserts.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: A recent survey examines life in the Third Ward, we discuss how Houston addresses food insecurity, and we get an update on Houston sports.
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We learn who’s eligible for the Houston presidential debate, former judges define justice, a homeowner talks about their recovery two years after Harvey, and a local church takes feeding the hungry to another level.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: Homeowners have their case heard against the Army Corps of Engineers, problems addressing food deserts in Houston, bringing the Internet to deep space, and remembering our former colleague Capella Tucker.
Posted on · Suburban Houston is seeing more new openings than the inner loop
Posted on · Now, for some of your recent comments, including thoughts on a recent conversation regarding food deserts in Houston, a reaction to Ty Mahany's story about how to thank and engage with veterans, and some listeners’ thoughts on something sleep expert Dr. Richard Castriotta said in a recent segment that addressed sleep disorders, such as sleep […]
Posted on · Some low-income neighborhoods in Houston have long had limited or no easy access to grocery stores. Despite a push a few years back from both the White House and local officials, that situation hasn’t changed much. We talk with Houston Chronicle reporter John Harden, who’s compiled data on the current state of food deserts in […]
Posted on · Late last month, as Will Smith's film Concussion debuted in the theaters, ESPN’s Outside the Lines reported that supposedly the NFL backed out of giving “unrestricted” funds to the National Institutes of Health for a study exploring football’s relationship to brain damage because the league didn’t like the doctor who would lead it. On this […]
Posted on · Experts from the food, nutrition, health and wellness industry gathered at NRG Center to talk about health issues in the region. It is a topic that is easier said than done.
Posted on · Last month, the U.S. Department of Education rejected the Lone Star State’s new educator evaluation system. Texas must create an evaluation system that meets federal guidelines if the state wants to keep its No Child Left Behind waiver. Texas education officials have until March 31 to submit a new set of guidelines. Those proposed revisions […]
Posted on · "Planted: Houston" aims to bring fresh fruits and vegetables into food deserts.
Posted on · A program brings school children a step closer to a healthful diet.
Posted on · On the road, at work, at school, at home, we, our friends, neighbors, co-workers, loved ones â average less than seven hours of sleep each weekday. Thatâs a lot of sleep-deprived Houstonians. And weâre not just tired, weâre inattentive, less productive, and itâs not good for us. On this edition ofÂ Houston Matters, how Houstonians […]