Posted on · Katy and Galveston have put restrictions on using water and enacted a burn ban, respectively.
Posted on · On Friday's show: We discover why some of the city’s northern suburbs are sinking at a substantial rate. We discuss The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week. And we talk with travel host Rick Steves about his news series.
Posted on · Thousands of oil and water wells both active and inactive were analyzed to determine the locations and severity of subsidence, or sinking ground.
Posted on · Katy has imposed mandatory restrictions on its residents water usage.
Posted on · The Department of Justice released images it says shows Adam and Brian Jackson at the Capitol on January 6, 2021.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Why the mayor changed his mind on a controversial housing contract, City Council Member Greg Travis answers your questions, what's behind recent growth in Katy, and a new memorial to Houstonians lost to COVID-19.
Posted on · As plumbers and plumbing parts are scarce after last week’s freeze, some Houstonians took matters into their own hands to get what they needed.
Posted on · Independent school districts, charter schools, colleges and univerities closed in the Houston area due to Hurricane Laura.
Posted on · On Thursday’s show: Why ten area superintendents have signed a letter opposing back-to-school recommendations from county health officials, addressing health care worker fatigue, Kam Franklin of The Suffers discusses her career, and Robin Kesselman prepares for a solo performance for the series Live From Jones Hall.
Posted on · The two spellers advance to the national spelling bee in Maryland.
Posted on · Texas House District 28 is getting wide attention from Democrats, but it is far from the most competitive legislative district on their radar this year, and Republicans are confident ahead of a special election runoff Tuesday.
Posted on · Houston Matters takes a tour of a new supercomputer in Katy.
Posted on · The Houston Matters panel of non-experts weighs in on stories from the week’s news and decides if they’re good, bad, or ugly.
Posted on · In 2007, a jury already found David Temple guilty of murder but the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals overturned that conviction in 2016.
Posted on · Local food writers discuss their favorite places to eat in the west Houston suburb.