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Texas Killing Fields: Author Looks at a String of Murders From Houston to Galveston

Posted on · Over a 30-year stretch, there were some 30 murders — mostly of young women — along a stretch of I-45 spanning from Houston to Galveston. Authorities don’t believe all 30 are related, but two clusters of them could be the work of one — or maybe even two — serial killers at work in the […]

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Prop 1 Projects, Air Quality, and Mel Chin: Wednesday’s show (February 4, 2015)

Posted on · Tuesday in Houston and Rosenberg, the Houston-Galveston Area Council presented public meetings to share details on the Greater Houston area state highway projects it wants to see funded this year through money voters allocated in November from the state’s rainy day fund. Proposition 1 allocates $1.7 billion this year. Some $288 million of that will […]

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Space Center Houston and I-45 Update: Houston Matters for Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Posted on · Since 1992, Space Center Houston has served as the official Visitor Center for NASA’s Johnson Space Center. Space Center Houston features a number of exhibits and attractions, including the world’s largest collection of lunar samples. Last year, 800,000 people visited Space Center Houston, making it one of the major tourist attractions for the Greater Houston […]

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A Houston Restaurant that only sells Mac and Cheese?

Posted on · One day our host Craig Cohen was heading home from KUHF. The traffic on I-45, his usual route, was a bit hellish (shockingly for Houston)  so he decided to take a different route home. This led to a trip down Westheimer, and an arrival at a newly-opened Jus’ Mac restaurant. Craig thought to himself, “What would a […]