Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Officials look at a new way to mitigate flooding: underground tunnels, Robbie Tolan, new book, 'No Justice: One White Police Officer, One Black Family and How One Bullet Ripped Us Apart', pitching phenom, Jon Peters, now author of 'When Life Grabs You by the Baseballs: Finding Happiness in Life’s Changeups', and a biography that highlights two of Houston's most important cultural figures.
Posted on · News 88.7 transportation reporter Gail Delaughter updates Houston Matters on several transportation projects in Greater Houston.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: We learn about an agreement to settle a housing violation by the City of Houston. Then, we get an update on numerous local transportation projects. Plus, Dr. Lori Teller answers your pet care questions. And Jeff Balke updates us on the latest Houston sports news.
Posted on · Mayor Turner explains why he thinks Northwest Mall is the right choice for the bullet train's Houston station. We learn about a public hearing on the project. And an eminent domain attorney makes sense of the legal issues still at play in the railway's development.
Posted on · Greater Houston faced quite a few transportation challenges in 2017. News 88.7's Gail Delaughter recaps the top stories of the year.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: We learn how Houston airports prepare for the busy holiday season. Then, we recap the year's biggest transportation stories. We learn about efforts to create a more advanced flood warning system for the region. And Jeff Balke recaps the top Houston sports stories of the year.
Posted on · News 88.7's Gail Delaughter talks with Houston Matters about the efforts in one Houston neighborhood to clean up storm debris.
Posted on · On Friday’s edition of Houston Matters: Students at a dozen HISD campuses will have longer school days to make up for lost time after Harvey. We examine the process of cleaning up storm debris in one neighborhood. And Ken Burns and Lynn Novick preview their new documentary series The Vietnam War.
Posted on · Metro's hosting town hall-style meetings related to the agency’s regional transit plan.
Posted on · How long is too long to drive to and from work or school each day? How much traffic will you endure before you get fed up and either move or change your transportation habits? These are questions many Houstonians face, particularly if they want to live in a neighborhood far from where they work or […]
Posted on · The Transportation Advocacy Group (TAG) is hosting their second annual State of Mobility event on June 8, where Mayor Sylvester Turner will talk about his ideas for the future of Houston transportation. On this edition of Houston Matters, we talk with TAG’s executive director, Andrea French, to discuss funding the future of Mayor Turner's vision, […]
Posted on · (Above: A warning sign at a missing crosswalk in northwest Houston tells pedestrians not to cross. Photo: Gail Delaughter | Houston Public Media) A man in northwest Houston recently reached out to News 88.7 wanting to know why he has to go all the way around an intersection just to get across the street. The […]
Posted on · Today, Houston Matters kicks off its 3rd annual State of Houston series with a look at the state of Houston transportation with the help of News 88.7 transportation reporter Gail Delaughter.
Posted on · Today, Houston Matters kicks off its 3rd annual State of Houston series with a look at the state of Houston transportation with the help of News 88.7 transportation reporter Gail Delaughter. Also this hour…
Posted on · Once again this session, state lawmakers are considering the pros and cons of limiting or banning red light cameras statewide. The Senate Transportation Committee heard testimony on the idea on March 6, 2017. Some municipalities have limited their use, or eliminated them for enforcement. Houston disconnected red light cameras years ago, but Sugar Land has […]