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Minors at the Border and Space Debris: Wednesday’s Show (January 6, 2016)

Posted on · Attention turned about a year and a half ago to the Texas/Mexico border, where thousands of unaccompanied minors (many fleeing violence in Central America) sought asylum in the United States. The federal government scrambled to safely house the children while they navigated our immigration courts. Their ranks slowly dissipated as their cases were resolved, but now […]

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The Top Houston Stories of 2015: Wednesday’s Show (December 30, 2015)

Posted on · Houston had a busy 2015, to say the least. As the year draws to a close, we look back at some of the biggest news stories from the past 12 months in Greater Houston on this special edition of Houston Matters. Of course, there were too many stories to mention them all, but we try […]

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METRO Addresses Spike In Accidents Along Light Rail Lines

Posted on · On Monday, a METRORail train collided with a minivan near the Texas Medical Center at the intersection of Fannin and Dryden, according to KPRC Channel 2. Unfortunately, such accidents aren’t unheard of. In June, for example, METRO investigated 17 accidents on its light rail lines. The accidents involved cars, pedestrians and a bike. Two of […]

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Download Speeds and Houston’s New Tracks: Thursday’s Show (May 21, 2015)

Posted on · There’s long been competition for our home entertainment dollars, from providers of phone, internet, cable or satellite services. That competition’s centered around jockeying for customers by providing better deals, content, or service. Phone companies claimed better rates or hours for long-distance. Cable and satellite companies claimed better channel lineups. Internet service providers claimed better connections. […]