Posted on · The proposed initiative as it stands has identified six neighborhoods that would qualify as conservation districts: Independence Heights, Magnolia Park/Manchester, Acres Homes, Pleasantville, Freedmen's Town, and Piney Point.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Sportscaster and UH alum Jim Nantz is calling his last Final Four on CBS this weekend. We talk with the longtime broadcaster about his Houston connections and memories of college basketball tournaments past.
Posted on · Tensions flared at a Houston city council meeting over recent ethics allegations made against the Turner administration.
Posted on · The city is setting up the kiosks as a new revenue stream, but not everyone is happy about it.
Posted on · If the proposal makes it to the ballot, city council representatives could have the chance to put items up for consideration on the agenda.
Posted on · The question of whether pay parity for firefighters is constitutional is still working its way through the courts. But some city council members are anxious to avoid the appearance that they’re thwarting the will of the voters.
Posted on · A law passed in 2000 didn’t retroactively grant citizenship to thousands of people who were adopted but were not naturalized
Posted on · They think the proposed schedule could limit their capability to file amendments if the Legislature fails to reform the pension system, which could create a budget shortfall.
Posted on · Only Council Member Mike Knox voted against the plan, which will be submitted to the Texas Legislature.
Posted on · All members of the City Council voted in favor except for Mike Knox.
Posted on · Michael Kubosh says he needs more time to study the proposal and is also following a suggestion from State Sen. Paul Bettencourt.
Posted on · Robert Gallegos is concerned about an incident that happened during this week’s meeting.
Posted on · Council Member Michael Kubosh wanted to delay appointing Council Member Ellen Cohen as mayor pro tem, although the council ultimately approved the appointment.
Posted on · We explore recent calls for comprehensive bail reform. Some argue judges under the current system are contributing to overcrowded jails by setting bonds too high, leaving defendants accused of low-level crimes who may pose no flight risk or threat to society imprisoned, simply because they can’t afford to post bail. We talk it over with […]