Posted on · Four children were among those rescued from the sinking boat, according to the Conroe Fire Department, which said all 12 were wearing life jackets and none were injured.
Posted on · UH History Professor Matt Clavin explores "Symbols of Freedom" and how they were used among those resisting slavery.
Posted on · On Monday's show: We learn how abolitionists used Independence Day to make their case in pre-Civil War America. That story is the subject of Symbols of Freedom: Slavery and Resistance Before the Civil War by University of Houston history professor Matt Clavin.
Posted on · A history lesson on the figures who shaped our country; plus, the star of the musical explains how this revival reimagines a classic.
Posted on · AAA Texas projects more than 50 million travelers in the coming days.
Posted on · Prices of ground beef, chicken breasts and hamburger buns have increased as a result of supply chain disruptions and the war in Ukraine.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Fireworks safety and a supply shortage ahead of Independence Day, and The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news.
Posted on · Houstonians can view the fireworks live from nearby parks, but like last year, Mayor Sylvester Turner said the public will not be able to physically watch the live music acts downtown.
Posted on · The president's remarks come on the same day he signed a $1.9 trillion relief package, and as more than 500,000 Americans have died from the virus.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: How public hospitals are weathering an influx of COVID-19 patients, your feelings about America right now heading into the Fourth of July weekend, and some advice on organizing and decluttering your life.
Posted on · Our local experts discuss the latest political news.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: How a new hemp law is complicating marijuana cases, our weekly political roundup, the food scene in Katy, and the Broadway production of Aladdin.
Posted on · With an increase in people traveling by car, AAA says to expect more traffic than usual.
Posted on · Heavy rains on the Fourth of July caused flooding and blocked roadways across the region. Nearly a year after Harvey, Houston Matters examines the progress that's been made in flood prevention since then.
Posted on · Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Harris County Judge Ed Emmett note there was no structural flooding