Posted on · We discuss the slow turn towards fall weather with Houston Chronicle meteorologist Justin Ballard.
Posted on · Columnist Dwight Silverman discusses recent techology news, including a new contract that will bring some live sports to the streaming service Max.
Posted on · We explore why some find what they're looking for in the Lone Star state, and others move on.
Posted on · Houston Chronicle newsroom meteorologist Justin Ballard discusses the chances for tropical weather to bring rain or relief from triple-digit temperatures.
Posted on · Houston Chronicle columnist Chris Tomlinson discusses the role pipeline operators and traders may have played during the freezing weather and walks us through lawsuits filed in the 2.5 years since, all of which is outlined in his four-part series for the paper.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: After two mistrials, a jury has found AJ Armstrong guilty of killing his parents. Separately, Armstrong is suing HPD, alleging police planted evidence to force a false conviction. We learn the latest on the Armstrong saga.
Posted on · The Houston Chronicle's new newsroom meteorologist Justin Ballard says the extreme heat has helped hold back tropical storms.
Posted on · On Friday's show: HISD is preparing for a lot of changes under its new state-appointed superintendent, including using a new curriculum built on what’s being billed as the "science of reading." We learn what that means.
Posted on · Gov. Abbott is refusing to remove buoys from the Rio Grande that the Justice Department says are illegal. So the Department of Justicie is suing.
Posted on · Houston Chronicle investigative reporter MIke Morris and retired HPD Captain Gregory Fremin offer insight.
Posted on · On Monday's show: We discuss a recent Houston Chronicle investigation that found police response times were the slowest in decades.
Posted on · On Friday's show: The U.S. Supreme Court struck down affirmative action in college admissions. Where does that leave local institutions in their efforts to sustain diverse campuses?
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: We talk about Saudi Arabia’s decision to cut oil production and what that may mean for the oil and gas industry here in Houston and gas prices for consumers in the busy summer travel months.
Posted on · Houston Matters engages in its regular monthly round of Houstonian Pet Peeves with listeners
Posted on · Houston Chronicle columnist Chris Tomlinson shares his concerns about the impact such bills could have on efforts to attract business to Texas.