Posted on · On Tuesday's show: We talk about the slightly lower temperatures this week. And we begin our series of candidate interviews, beginning with Chris Hollins, who’s running for Houston City Controller.
Posted on · Houston Matters discusses the difficulties of figuring out who we are in our youth in this month's installment of The Bigger Picture.
Posted on · Three new members joined Katy ISD’s school board in May that have since removed books with LGBTQ characters from the district’s libraries at a record pace and passed a controversial gender fluidity policy. Many LGBTQ students in the district say they feel marginalized.
Posted on · Author and NFL veteran, R.K. Russell, shares his thoughts on why players tend to receive cheers and support from the league and teammates after coming out but soon find themselves faced with a decision to retire.
Posted on · We talk with a panelist taking part in a discussion about those laws this week at Rice University.
Posted on · A new Texas law is forcing the University of Houston's LGBTQ Resource Center to close this week. We discuss what resources remain for interested UH students.
Posted on · Lawyers for the ACLU of Texas said they believe the law is not only ill-defined but that it also infringes upon the right to freedom of expression.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Longtime NASA flight director Gene Kranz talks about his career and the lessons he learned from the moon landing and Apollo 13.
Posted on · A new Texas law would stop transgender minors from accessing gender-affirming medical care. Texas doctors said this is already hurting their work and their patients.
Posted on · Some queer Texans may fear disclosing their sexual orientation or gender identity to neighbors or the government. The lack of accurate numbers makes it more difficult to provide appropriate health care, especially in rural areas.
Posted on · The district of 94,000-plus students in a burgeoning suburb west of Houston, which has come under scrutiny for its policies related to library books and LGBTQ+ issues, is considering a gender fluidity policy that, among other things, would allow teachers to refuse students' requests to be addressed by their preferred pronouns and require educators to notify students' parents if they make such requests.
Posted on · Montgomery County Commissioners Court voted unanimously this month to prevent visitors under 18 from accessing 'explicit or questionable' books, including those with LGBTQ+ themes, at its public libraries. They also will be adding more materials with politically conservative themes.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the “independent state legislature” theory. We discuss what the High Court’s 6-3 decision indicates and the latest developments in politics in our weekly roundup.
Posted on · The report found that Texas had 30 reported anti-LGBTQ+ incidents throughout the state -- the third highest number compared to the rest of the country.
Posted on · Our Pride Month panel shares their perspectives on recent and trending topics.