Posted on · A Texas Congressman says he’s making the fight against human trafficking a federal priority, starting in Greater Houston.
Posted on · The former congressman talks about his difficult childhood in Houston and how life at a boys ranch in the Texas panhandle changed his trajectory.
Posted on · Rice economist Peter Hartley explains how current policies and the reliance on renewable energy are causing instability in the electricity grid.
Posted on · Some Houston pit masters say doing barbecue right is a dying art.
Posted on · The president of the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation explains how the former First Lady's advocacy for literacy made an impact on Greater Houston.
Posted on · Houston Matters producer Maggie Martin meets some board game enthusiasts around town, who explain why these passtimes still thrive in the era of technology.
Posted on · As the Houston Public Media Spelling Bee approaches, Houston Matters producers try their hands at spelling some of the words from the competition.
Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: We learn about a ruling on LGBT discrimination. We break down the latest political stories. We hold our annual spelling bee. And we see how playing board games is thriving in the age of technology.
Posted on · As the Texas National Guard deploys troops to the US-Mexico border, Houston Matters checks in with several reporters to see how the forces' presence is being received there.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: Megachurch pastor indicted, we learn about the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center, End Harassment Campaign, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news, and actor-director Alice Gatling, talks about the play she's directing.
Posted on · Dr. Gail Gross says she wants to help others through the same grieving process she went through when her daughter, Dawn, died 18 years ago.
Posted on · The Galveston Firefighters Association is working with the Galveston Historical Foundation to preserve the former Fire Station No. 3.
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We learn more about the environmental impact of Hurricane Harvey. Then, some high school students have created an event aimed at bridging the nation's political divide. Also, we discover how NASA is using virtual reality technology. And we learn about efforts to preserve an historic fire station in Galveston.
Posted on · The internationally acclaimed artist and UHD professor talks with Houston Matters about his 40-year career.
Posted on · A new study says 28 million more Americans are at risk for serious flooding than FEMA estimates.