Posted on · On Tuesday's show: This won’t be the last oppressive summer in Houston. We'll have to either deal with it – or leave. We discuss how to adapt to the Bayou City’s changing climate in the coming years.
Posted on · Houston Public Media's Hurricane Season recalls the Category 3 storm which made landfall this week in 1983.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: We’re in another week of excessive heat, but we might finally, truly have some relief in sight...maybe. Eric Berger of Space City Weather discusses this potential meteorological light at the end of the tunnel.
Posted on · Houston Matters talks with the crew and takes a look inside the aircraft that help us understand a major storm and where it might go.
Posted on · With a camera in tow, photographer and artist Adam Kyle Jackson seeks out severe weather to capture images of Mother Nature at her worst.
Posted on · Houston weather is calm now, but triple digit temperatures could be on the way this summer.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: The state will allow new applications for its rent relief program for two weeks beginning today.
Posted on · The front is expected to reach Houston between 8-10 p.m. and could produce severe thunderstorms, strong winds, hail and tornadoes, according to the local National Weather Service office, which said areas north of the Houston region could be more significantly impacted.
Posted on · Districts in both towns were closed as NWS survey crews were out on Wednesday assessing the strength and path of the tornado.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We assess the damage in Pasadena and Deer Park after a tornado touched down Tuesday afternoon, tearing roofs off homes, damaging buildings, flipping vehicles, and downing power lines.
Posted on · A tornado reportedly hit in the Deer Park and Pasadena area, according to officials. There was also damage from a reported tornado in Pearland.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Storms are bringing some much-needed rain to the region. We get the latest from Space City Weather. And we talk with journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, the creator of The 1619 Project, which aims to bring the stories and contributions of enslaved Africans to the forefront of American history.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We discuss whether the energy grid can withstand the recent intense heat, we discuss the latest developments in politics, and we remember The Laff Stop comedy club.
Posted on · With the start of another Atlantic hurricane season, Houston Matters presents an hour of information on preparing to weather another storm season.
Posted on · Houston Matters has the latest on the storm and its impact on the region.