Posted on · In total, 39 Houston-area residents were hit with a plethora of felony charges.
Posted on · Houston Matters considers the challenges of returning to society after time in prison.
Posted on · On Friday's show: What will Houston's economy look like in 2023?
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Increased flooding across the country is exposing more people to industrial waste, especially those in minority communities. Plus, a new report examines the impact of minority-owned businesses on the region's economy. And a Houston teacher is honored at the Tony Awards.
Posted on · Gonzalo Lopez, 46, died in a shootout with police late Thursday in Jourdanton, about 35 miles south of San Antonio.
Posted on · An inmate sustained life-threatening injuries after a fight in the United States Penitentiary Beaumont, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Posted on · The deaths of two inmates at the federal facility in East Texas led to a dayslong lockdown of the country’s prison system.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Houston's continued environmental shortcomings, ending the school-to-prison pipeline, the best vegan and vegetarian restauarants right now, and a closer look at the world of Latino hip-hop in Houston.
Posted on · President Biden's executive actions aim to advance racial equity for communities that have been impacted by systemic racism.
Posted on · President Donald Trump also pardoned former Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean, who were convicted of shooting an unarmed drug smuggler and covering it up in 2006.
Posted on · Lori Mellinger is voting for the first time in 10 years. She was just one of the thousands of Texans every year whose voting rights are taken away because of being on parole or probation.
Posted on · The Texas Civil Rights Project says thousands are currently held in isolation with little recourse to challenge their condition.
Posted on · Houston Matters producer Michael Hagerty talks with Siddiq about the relationship between prisoners and guards.
Posted on · Out of 104 Texas Department of Criminal Justice facilities, 75 don’t have air-conditioned beds.
Posted on · During the first week the hotline was in operation, inmates at the jail made 169 calls.