Posted on · Houston Chronicle investigative reporter MIke Morris and retired HPD Captain Gregory Fremin offer insight.
Posted on · We learn about the short life of Laura Lee Lane Weinzierl, what studying microscopic fossils undegorund can tell us about where to look for oil and gas, and how work like hers helped transform Houston and Texas.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Odds are pretty good just about anything you buy in Houston got here thanks to a truck driver. So, why are truckers so often underappreciated? We learn about some new fforts to support them.
Posted on · Dr. Sinem Akay-Sullivan has organized online training in play therapy for those working with children displaced after the February quakes.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: A bill passed by the Texas Senate would require the Ten Commandments be displayed in public school classrooms. Another would let school boards adopt prayer or religious study periods. We discuss what’s motivating these bills and how courts might interpret them.
Posted on · The school in Houston's Third Ward won the Division I competition in the Cheer Spirit Rally category at the NCA & NDA College National Championship in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: We reflect on Southwest Airline's massive flight cancellation over the holidays, the fallout from which is still ongoing for some travelers. What went wrong, and how might it hurt the airline?
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: A local pediatrician discusses the latest news about COVID-19 and how it's affecting kids.
Posted on · Justin McKee excels with Houston Public Media as Director of Creative Services
Posted on · Kaitlyn Lopez, a freshman at Sam Houston State University spoke with Houston Public Media about how she feels about being on campus during a pandemic.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Firefighters push for an amendment to their charter, how a new flood warning system might help prevent the spread of COVID-19, and stories of immigrants from India, Pakistan, and China.
Posted on · On Friday's show: We discuss what removing President Trump from office would accomplish with so little time left in his term.
Posted on · While a student at Sam Houston State, Army veteran Benjamin Blume found a unique way to continue the sense of adventure he experienced while serving in the military.
Posted on · College students in Greater Houston and across the country are preparing to start their fall semester in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: Galveston County's response to the coronavirus, how the pandemic might affect urbanization in Texas, the rise of video streaming services amid social distancing, and why some cleaning products work better on some surfaces.