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Artemis 1 launch delayed, and Houston as a technology hub (Aug. 29, 2022)

Posted on · On Monday’s show: We learn what caused the delay in launching NASA's Artemis 1 mission. And should Houston be the real technology capital of Texas instead of Austin? Plus we discuss what water scarcity in the Rio Grande region means for the rest of Texas. And we preview the Texans season.

(L)Aldine ISD drama teacher Roshunda Jones-Koumba is receiving the Tony Award for Excellence in Theatre Education this Sunday in New York.  (Right) Houston domestic violence survivor and advocate Sabrina Greenlee is the mother of NFL wide receiver Deandre Hopkins. Greenlee will host her Pretty Scars Into Stars event this Saturday, June 11th at The Heights Villa, 9 am - 6 pm.

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Aldine ISD drama teacher honored with prestigious Tony Award. Plus, wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins’ mother inspires others as a survivor and advocate of domestic violence.

Posted on · Roshunda Jones-Koumba will be presented with the 2022 Tony Award for Excellence in Theatre Education, an honor that acknowledges a theater educator shaping the next generation of artists and performers. And, Sabrina Greenlee shares her personal story of domestic abuse, how it continues to harm our communities, and the work she is doing to help survivors.

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Texans’ minority owner on hiring process for coaches and improving diversity (April 28, 2022)

Posted on · On Thursday's show: The Houston Dash have launched a discrimination and harassment investigation, and the Texans' minority owner talks about the hiring process for NFL coaches and improving diversity on that front.

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The Texans’ new coach, the week in politics, and Mardi Gras returns to Galveston (Feb. 9, 2022)

Posted on · We examine the Texans’ latest coaching move in light of a recent discrimination suit, we discuss the latest developments in politics, and, after being cancelled in 2021, Mardi Gras is coming back to Galveston.