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 · “Agreeing to enter into this process and pursue this outcome is one of quite a bit of faith and patience on [the homeowner's] part, and we’re still not at the finish line yet.”
Posted on · In episode three of the podcast "Moonwalk," two generations of flight directors share memories of the Apollo Era and NASA’s impact on their family.
Posted on · Relax and stretch with our cloven hoofed friends.
Posted on · Students are being moved to the back of the campus as a safety precaution
Posted on · Clara Harris will have to wear an ankle bracelet while on parole
Posted on · Despite not having much of a winter, Houston does have a strong contingent of curling enthusiasts. Houston Matters host Craig Cohen takes us to meet some of them and tries his hand at the sport.
Posted on · In a flood-ravaged Friendswood home, a muck-and-gut uncovers well-wishes from the past.
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 · Education Commissioner delays statewide roll-out until fall of 2016.
Posted on · I have a quadrennial fascination with curling. Every winter Olympics, I find myself transfixed by the event that seems like some bizarre combination of shuffleboard, marbles, bowling, and an intense desire to clean. And I'm not alone – during the last Olympics, the Curling Club of Houston offered a "learn to curl" session at the […]