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Severe Weather Update and Political Roundup: Wednesday’s Show (March 29, 2017)

Posted on · (Above: Heavy rains fall in downtown Houston during the late morning hours Wednesday. Photo: Gail Delaughter, Houston Public Media) As News 88.7 is reporting, strong storms bringing heavy rains and wind are passing through the Greater Houston region today. Some areas were under a tornado warning earlier. On this edition of Houston Matters, we get […]

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What Went Wrong in Texans’ 30-0 Playoff Ousting?

Posted on · The Houston Texans failed to score a single point in their AFC Wild Card game against Kansas City Saturday. We review the 30-0 walloping, and what it signals for next season, with Jeff Balke. He writes for Houstonia Magazine and the Houston Press, and joins us on Mondays to discuss developments in Houston sports. We also […]

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Crude Oil Export Ban and Biggio in Hall of Fame: Monday’s show (July 27, 2015)

Posted on · On Friday, the Texas Supreme Court ruled Houston’s City Council must either repeal the city’s equal rights ordinance or place it on the November ballot. That ruling follows a state district judge ruling three months ago that opponents of the non-discrimination ordinance failed to gather enough valid signatures to force a repeal referendum. The state […]