Local recruiting

Town Square

Military efforts aren’t just focused on recruiting, they’re also focused on connecting with local community

Posted on · With May being National Military Appreciation Month, listeners call in to share messages of thanks to the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community, while local Marines discuss the state of recruiting during the pandemic and how Houston community support of the recruiting mission has played a key role. Plus, a Rice University political science professor gives an update on the Russia-Ukraine war.

Nurse Michele Younkin (left). comforts Romelia Navarro as she sits at the bedside of her dying husband, Antonio Navarro, in St. Jude Medical Center's COVID-19 unit in Fullerton, Calif on July 31. Antonio was Younkin's first COVID-19 patient to pass on her watch.

Town Square

The Year in COVID 

Posted on · This week Town Square reflects on the events that defined 2020 in a three-part special series. These memorable roundtable discussions feature some of our favorite guests in the past year to discuss the leading events that have shaped our lives.


Houston Matters

Calls For Ken Paxton’s Resignation, And Congressional Candidate Mike Siegel (Oct. 6, 2020)

Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Inside the latest allegations against the state's attorney general, a conversation with Congressional candidate Mike Siegel, journalist Peter Baker discusses the career of James Baker, and the concept of architectural activism.

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