Posted on · A researcher from South Texas College of Law Houston talks about the work she and other students did to help bring justice to Black soldiers convicted in connection with the 1917 Houston Riots.
Posted on · On Monday's show: We take a closer look at the fourth special session of the Texas Legislature. And veterinarian Dr. Lori Teller answers questions about pet care.
Posted on · The longtime ABC News correspondent talks about the hidden camera TV show he hosts and about breaking into news in Houston.
Posted on · Our panel weighs in on the recent SCOTUS rulings and the impact these decisions could have on Americans.
Posted on · Legal experts discuss the recent decision and what this will mean for future students.
Posted on · South Texas College of Law Houston Professor Charles "Rocky" Rhodes says we'll likely see significant High Court decisions released Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.
Posted on · On Friday's show: The Supreme Court issued a surprise decision striking down Alabama’s Congressional maps for minimizing Black voters’ influence to one district. Could there be implications for Texas?
Posted on · We take a look at how the community is healing and what’s changed since last year’s tragic school shooting.
Posted on · The author, actor and activist shares details of her multifaceted work and how she embraced her identity.
Posted on · On Monday's show: The U.S. Supreme Court this week will consider whether to take up a Texas case regarding whether footage from a comedy special taped inside a jail should have been shown to jurors who subsequently gave a convicted murderer the death penalty.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We learn more about a pair of recent deaths at the Harris County Jail and what role overcrowding at the facility may have played. And the national president of the NAACP talks about what needs to be done to achieve racial equity in this country.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We examine a court ruling regarding the Second Amendment rights of those under felony indictment. Then, we discuss the latest developments in politics. And Houston native Debbie Allen reflects on her career and how Houston fostered her artistic sensibilities.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Why we won't see new numbers on maternal mortality rates. Then, we discuss whether age restrictions for purchasing assault-style guns could pass Constitutional muster. And playwright Ken Ludwig explains why he rewrote one of his most successful plays with women in the lead roles.
Posted on · Today, in an in-depth discussion with legal experts, we hear from those who identify as "abortion rights advocates" and "abortion rights opponents".
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We learn what's unusual about this week’s Supreme Court ruling that temporarily blocked a Texas social media law from taking effect. And former Houston Mayor Annise Parker and former Harris County Judge Ed Emmett discuss how to improve our public discourse.