Posted on · Houston Matters' 10 Years series explores how Houstonians and their perceptions have changed in the last decade.
Posted on · Dr. Stephen Klineberg, the sociologist behind Rice University's annual Houston Area Survey, discusses his new book, which he describes as "a book about Houston, written by the people of Houston."
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Rapper Bun B on the march honoring George Floyd, County Commissioner Rodney Ellis on recent protests, City Council Member Abbie Kamin answers questions, and sociologist Dr. Stephen Klineberg's new book, Prophetic City.
Posted on · Rice University’s annual survey was conducted before the coronavirus pandemic.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: The latest plans to further reopen Texas businesses, City Council Member Greg Travis, and results from the 2020 Houston Area Survey.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: Dr. Stephen Klineberg reveals the findings of his 38th annual Houston Area Survey. Plus, a local veterinarian answers your questions. And we get an update on Houston sports.
Posted on · Nearly a third of the city's labor force is foreign born
Posted on · 'I think, at least, the Harvey experience has reinforced the growing awareness that climate change is not some invention of liberals or something,' said Stephen Klineberg, author of the report, 'but that is a real phenomenon that is going to affect Houston in a variety of ways.'
Posted on · While traffic remains the biggest concern of Houstonians, the 37th annual Houston Area Survey indicates flooding is quickly becoming number two.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: We learn what the 2018 Houston Area Survey tells us about Houstonians and their lives. And we check in on the latest Houston sports stories.
Posted on · Fear of crime is declining in Houston. More people want to live in walkable neighborhoods with a mix of residences, workplaces and shopping. And there’s continued growth in support for LGBT rights. Those are just a few takeaways from the 36th annual Houston Area Survey from Rice University's Kinder Institute for Urban Research. The survey […]
Posted on · Today, Houston Matters kicks off its 3rd annual State of Houston series with a look at the state of Houston transportation with the help of News 88.7 transportation reporter Gail Delaughter. Also this hour…
Posted on · Almost like a drumbeat, Houstonians know – and love to repeat – the notion that we are the "most diverse city in America." And Dr. Stephen Klineberg, co-founder of the Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University, says that's correct. And that might be enough to give Houstonians with civic pride a case of […]
Posted on · The idea of Houston being a generally welcoming city isn't new. By most measurements, we're the most diverse city in the nation, and have seen remarkable growth in population in recent years. But there’s a more official designation of “Welcoming City” that is predicated on bringing the city and various communities together to find new […]
Posted on · Late last month, the Houston Chronicle editorial board endorsed Hillary Clinton for President. Typically, newspapers wait until the days or weeks just before an election to make such an endorsement, but, as the Chronicle's editorial outlining the decision stated, the paper made "an exception in the 2016 presidential race, because the choice between Hillary Clinton […]