Posted on · Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo and psychologist Dr. Bill Elder answer your questions about COVID-19.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Establishing a county-funded deportation defense program, a conversation with Rep. Sylvia Garcia, the state of area real estate, and an immersive art exhibit inspired by Harvey.
Posted on · The county's chief administrator talks about her future and issues facing the county with Houston Matters host Craig Cohen.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Concerns about coronavirus could be distracting us from a greater threat, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo discusses issues facing the county, a local horticulturalist answers your gardening questions, and the band YACHT performs.
Posted on · The steps include expanding the Safe Surrender Program to get guns out of the hands of those charged with domestic violence.
Posted on · Marathon, often-bitter court meetings have become the norm under County Judge Lina Hidalgo. Here’s why.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo answers questions, a conversation with actors Brett Cullen and Tom Irwin, and an update on Houston sports.
Posted on · The Democratic majority on Harris County Commissioners Court proposed the measure, making it all but certain it will become law.
Posted on · The season starts this Saturday, June 1, and will last until November 30. NOAA is predicting that nine to 15 named storms could potentially develop in the Atlantic.
Posted on · Homes in the working-class neighborhood of Elm Grove took up to 18 inches of water during last week’s thunderstorms.
Posted on · A House amendment preempting Houston’s 2% revenue cap has won support from the city’s Democratic representatives, as well as from Mayor Sylvester Turner.
Posted on · Joshua Johnson, host of the NPR program 1A, explored the issues driving Latino voters to the polls at a community forum in Houston’s East End.
Posted on · Whether urban or rural, the 12 counties that make up the Houston metro area are increasingly diverse. With thousands of residents who struggle with English, it’s unclear who is making sure all communities get the emergency information they need.
Posted on · Houston leaders are getting organized for the 2020 Census.
Posted on · Catch the latest episode of "Red, White and Blue"