Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: The latest plans to further reopen Texas businesses, City Council Member Greg Travis, and results from the 2020 Houston Area Survey.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: Dr. Stephen Klineberg reveals the findings of his 38th annual Houston Area Survey. Plus, a local veterinarian answers your questions. And we get an update on Houston sports.
Posted on · The analysis conducted by Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research looked at factors such as socioeconomic status and transportation options.
Posted on · Outgoing Harris County Judge Ed Emmett will hold a non-tenured professorship as well as a senior fellowship at Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research.
Posted on · A study from Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research analyzed what changes need to be made for cities and counties to grow sustainably.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: Parents of Santa Fe High School students react to how the school district handled a recent threatening text message exchange there. Then, we learn how law enforcement agencies in Greater Houston could consolidate some of their services. Plus, an exhibit honors Texas soldiers who liberated concentration camps during World War II. And we break down the week's news.
Posted on · More than 60 law enforcement agencies operate inside Harris County.
Posted on · Houston Matters discusses ways to make our city more pedestrian-friendly.
Posted on · On this episode of "Red, White and Blue," Dr. Stephen Klineberg dicusses Houstonians' most pressing concerns about the state of the city.
Posted on · Bill Fulton of Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research tells Houston Matters about his book, which is a collection of his writing while serving in small-town politics.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: HISD's board meets tonight to discuss a plan to fix ten failing schools. And a Texas redistricting case goes before the US Supreme Court. Then, a former politician shares the lessons he learned working in small-town government. And comedian Lewis Black reminds us why he once called Houston "the end of the universe."
Posted on · While traffic remains the biggest concern of Houstonians, the 37th annual Houston Area Survey indicates flooding is quickly becoming number two.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: We learn what the 2018 Houston Area Survey tells us about Houstonians and their lives. And we check in on the latest Houston sports stories.
Posted on · A former HUD official working on disaster recovery in the U.S. Virgin Islands talks about recovery efforts there since Hurricane Irma.
Posted on · Rice University researcher Kyle Shelton tells the story in "Power Moves: Transportation, Politics, and Development in Houston."