Posted on · Justin McKee excels with Houston Public Media as Director of Creative Services
Posted on · KHOU 11 and Houston Public Media are teaming up to host a live broadcast of a mayoral debate on Monday, October 21 at 7 pm.
Posted on · More than one-third of respondents say they'll vote for incumbent Sylvester Turner -- though even more of them give the city of Houston a poor grade on flood control and road maintenance.
Posted on · With cooler temperatures finally upon us, we discuss what passes for fall and winter weather in Greater Houston with KHOU 11 meteorologist Brooks Garner.
Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: We break down the latest political stories. We discuss what passes for fall and winter weather in Houston. And writer Anne Lamott talks about the importance of forgiveness.
Posted on · Houston Matters examines the lessons learned after the storm.
Posted on · How two Houston stations came together during Hurricane Harvey to keep the public informed.
Posted on · Longtime TV sports anchor Bob Allen passed away Wednesday, after a long battle with cancer. Allen worked for nearly four decades in TV sports, most of it as sports director at KTRK Channel 13, before finishing his career at KHOU Channel 11. Today, we talk with former colleagues about Allen and then discuss the current […]
Posted on · From the HISD board voting on new names for seven schools (many of which replace names of figures with ties to the Confederacy); to Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick wanting a superintendent to resign after he helped sanction restroom guidelines for transgender students: we discuss The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of this week’s news. […]
Posted on · The results of the latest News 88.7/KHOU 11 News 2015 Runoff Election Poll show former State Rep. Sylvester Turner and former Kemah Mayor Bill King are in a statistical dead heat as Election Day (Dec. 12, 2015) approaches. News 88.7's Managing News Editor Jose Luis Jimenez sat down with the pollster — Rice University Political […]
Posted on · In just a little more than three weeks, Houstonians will go to the polls to vote on a new mayor, the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance, and term limits for city council members – among other matters. But in what direction are voters leaning on these issues? We examine voter attitudes as determined by the latest […]
Posted on · The last few days, we've been delving deeper into some of the specific issues and challenges addressed in the recent Houston Public Media/KHOU 11 voter poll. And today, we conclude by looking again at what Houston voters think should be done with the Astrodome. As News 88.7's Syeda Hasan reports, most voters are still unwilling […]
Posted on · From Houstonians identifying solutions to traffic problems but not wanting to pay for them, to the UT Austin campus joining the growing cacophony in opposition to Confederate statues and symbols, to a Brenham veterinarian not facing charges after allegedly boasting on Facebook she shot a cat through the head with an arrow: we discuss The […]
Posted on · This week, we've been delving deeper into some of the specific issues and challenges addressed in the recent News 88.7/KHOU 11 voter poll. Houston voters cited two issues as the most important problems the city faces, but as Florian Martin reports, most voters are unwilling to put up the money to fix them.
Posted on · We all know one of the biggest challenges (if not the biggest) facing Houston in the future is transportation. Voters reinforced that concern in the just-released News 88-7/KHOU 11 Voter Poll, which we discussed at some length on Wednesday. Today, and over the next few days, we're going to delve into deeper detail on some […]