Posted on · Candidates for the Nov. 7 mayoral election in Houston filed semiannual campaign finance reports this week, and they show that the two candidates with the best name recognition also have been superior fundraisers.
Posted on · University of Houston political analysts Nancy Sims and Brandon Rottinghaus (Party Politics) discuss in this week's political roundup.
Posted on · The Harris County judge has a strained relationship with Jackson Lee's main rival for the seat, State Sen. John Whitmire.
Posted on · Demands the campaign is pushing are expansion of the Supreme Court and adding about three to four seats to the court, impose term limits and a stronger code of ethics.
Posted on · Co-hosts Brandon Rottinghaus and Jeronimo Cortina delve into the latest news in national and local politics.
Posted on · University of Houston political analyst Nancy Sims thinks this may well be it for Houston mayoral candidates.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: With the news that Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee is running for mayor, we discuss what the announcement means for the other declared candidates – and for her.
Posted on · Edwards chaired city council committees that dealt with affordable housing, flooding and the HIV/AIDS epidemic and was described by colleagues as compassionate, selfless and community-minded.
Posted on · The bill is also proposing penalties for individuals who post materials online that lead to the planning and development of someone committing a hate crime.
Posted on · Critics argue the expansion of I-45 would worsen air quality, noise pollution, and traffic congestion while needlessly displacing communities of color.
Posted on · A Houston family fed up with racism in America moves to West Africa but for how long? This episode is an encore of the June 5th, 2021 broadcast.
Posted on · The Houston native has been detained in Russia for nearly four months.
Posted on · Political leaders give their recounts of that tragic day on Capitol Hill and what the way forward looks like.
Posted on · Legal experts walk through major national cases including Kyle Rittenhouse, Greg McMichael, and major Texas lawsuits regarding abortion and vaccine mandates.
Posted on · The bill would bring an estimated $30 billion or more of infrastructure spending into the state. That includes money for federal highway programs, public transit and the state’s electric vehicle charging network.