Posted on · Conroe police said the van was transporting an inmate and three guards, all of whom were hurt in the collision.
Posted on · Houston Matters producer Michael Hagerty talks with Siddiq about the relationship between prisoners and guards.
Posted on · After revelations of evidence being planted in an inmate’s cell at a Texas Prison, Houston Matters discusses the rights of prisoners and hears from an organization that advocates on their behalf.
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We take a closer look at who advocates for the rights of Texas inmates. We learn about the exhumation of unmarked graves in Fort Bend County. And Rick Bragg talks about his book, The Best Cook in the World.
Posted on · The dramatic release of the trio, two who were arrested just over a year ago and the third held since 2015, comes amid a thaw in relations between Washington and Pyongyang.
Posted on · The former captives will arrive back in the U.S. early Thursday – and President Trump says he will meet them at the airport.
Posted on · A class action lawsuit over heat in a Texas prison is likely to be settled after a federal court hearing Tuesday.
Posted on · Caitlan Coleman, her Canadian husband and their three children had been held by an extremist group in Afghanistan since 2012. Pakistan's military says it secured their release.
Posted on · Prison officials said this is not the first time inmates have helped following a natural disaster
Posted on · Texas has 15 days to devise a plan to house certain inmates at the Wallace Pack Unit in areas less than 88 degrees.
Posted on · On today’s show we’re doing a sort of not-so-secret Santa. Members of the Houston Matters team drew each other’s names at random, and, throughout this hour, they’ll present examples of another producer’s work that they’re thankful for. To get things started, Michael Hagerty selected a recent conversation between Paige Phelps and Dr. Stephen Klineberg of […]
Posted on · During the Iraq War, you probably remember seeing photos of detainees being abused at the Abu Ghraib prison. Some of the more infamous photos showed detainees wearing hoods or lying naked at the end of a leash. Photographer Chris Bartlett saw them too and wanted to find a way to use his skills to voice […]