Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Why one county commissioner voted against certifying the recent municipal election, and a conversation with City Council Member Letitia Plummer.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: A closer look at Mayor Turner’s proposal for raising firefighter pay, how autonomous vehicle technology is progressing, plans to renovate Jones Plaza and drive more visitors to downtown, and reflecting on the spectacle that was professional wrestling in Houston in the 1970s.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: An update on severe weather overnight, government entities in Texas no longer being allowed to mandate masks, the week in politics, and car sales in Houston.
Posted on · Geoff Winningham reflects on his 1971 book of photography, Friday Night in the Coliseum.
Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: How coronavirus concerns are affecting education, our weekly political roundup, and the bygone days of professional wrestling in Houston.
Posted on · In 2011, photographer Geoff Winningham and his wife Janice Freeman, a painter, began a long running project with more than 130 Houston-area school children. They teach them their respective art forms, having the kids produce their own art and photography inspired by the city and its diversity. In the Eyes of Our Children: Houston, an […]
Posted on · (Above:Â A terminal inside Houstonâs Bush Intercontinental Airport. Photo Courtesy: IAH Website) The City of Houston recently received a $1 million federal grant to help build roadways and utilities needed to grow Houstonâs aerospace sector. On this edition of Houston Matters, we learn more about the grant and get answers to your questions about Houston […]