Posted on · Turner has four months left as mayor, and said he assumed he would not have to wage anymore political battles and speak out. But he said he owes it to his parents to speak against changes happening in HISD.
Posted on · Our panel of guests share their thoughts on trending topics.
Posted on · Simmons was expected to step down June 1. The abrupt resignation appears to be over a difference with Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp over hiring during the rest of Simmons’ term as president.
Posted on · The winning Mega Millions ticket was purchased at a convenience store near Prairie View A&M University.
Posted on · Today, we're on location where African Americans were officially declared free from slavery on June 19, 1865. Our conversation reflects on a time of celebration, while learning the history and the deeper meaning of the Juneteenth holiday itself.
Posted on · Today, in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we focus on human and sex trafficking, where we talk with local experts and one survivor-turned author and advocate.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Why Texas added 5,100 upstream oil and gas jobs last month, Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis answers your questions, and a conversation with poet Nikki Giovanni.
Posted on · The Vanderslice family, who are the descendants of the former Alta Vista Plantation that is now Prairie View A & M University, speak candidly about the hard truths of the past and their partnership with the Historically Black College.
Posted on · The director of The Ruth J. Simmons Center for Race and Justice takes inspiration from music, education, and her own neighborhood to look into ways we define our communities and ourselves.
Posted on · Some of the new laws take aim at abortion, gun restrictions, and critical race theory.
Posted on · As power outages continue, many K-12 schools, colleges and universities have announced closures through the end of the week.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Details about a new mass vaccination site coming to Houston, and separating the beloved character Cliff Huxtable from the actor who played him.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: What the incoming Biden administration could mean for the local economy, and how a $50 million donation will help students at Prairie View A&M.
Posted on · The program will focus on Houston neighborhoods identified as food deserts.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Ongoing concerns about hospital capacity, how the fight for racial equality intersects with the quest for LGBTQ rights, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news, and overcoming a hearing disability to earn an engineering degree.