Posted on · With the increase in eviction filings comes crowded courtrooms, despite the risk of COVID-19 spreading.
Posted on · Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Hecht talks to Houston Public Media about his recent New York Times op-ed praising Texas' eviction protections, and his goal for courts going back to normal.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We learn about some new hires for key positions with Harris County, and, on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Ruth Steinfeld shares her story of surviving a concentration camp and starting a new life in Houston.
Posted on · The federal eviction moratorium is set to expire at the end of July. Houstonians won't have a state or local moratorium in place to pause their eviction either -- unlike renters in New York, Los Angeles, and Austin.
Posted on · Houston landlords haven't been filing fewer eviction cases since the moratorium went into effect, either.
Posted on · On Friday's show: The status of a state moratorium on evictions, what the Biden administration could mean for education, and our holiday music MixTape.
Posted on · The top judge on the Texas Supreme Court gave lawmakers a big wish list this week during his State of the Judiciary speech -- his first address to the legislature since Hurricane Harvey hit Texas.