Posted on · The city has gotten over 5,000 complaints about illegal dumping over the past year. The Department of Justice has also launched an investigation about dumping happening more often in Houston’s Black and Latino communities.
Posted on · The program is focusing on five challenges within District B: workforce development, public safety, community capacity building, economic development, and the quality of life.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: City Council Member Tarsha Jackson discusses issues facing the city, we discuss the fossil fuel industry’s history of casting doubt and delaying action on climate change, and local baker Hemlata "Hemu" Basumatary from the Netflix baking show Is It Cake? talks about her craft.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: An energy industry analyst explains the forces at play driving oil prices up -- and likely keeping them there for a while. And we meet two pioneering women from Houston.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: City Council member Tarsha Jackson answers your questions about issues affecting city government, we talk with comedian Paula Poundstone, and writer Jennifer Mathieu discusses her new novel.
Posted on · Landlords filed more than 2,000 evictions in Houston and judges continued hearing thousands of cases during a six-week period when Mayor Turner claimed evictions were on hold.
Posted on · On Monday's show: We discuss how the Biden administration might affect Houston's energy industry in the first of a week of conversations on what the new administration might mean for the region.
Posted on · The new council member is expected to be sworn in around Dec. 21.
Posted on · The local race is part of a national shift toward destigmatizing prior criminal justice involvement.
Posted on · District B residents have been waiting to elect a council member since November of last year.
Posted on · This week, we discuss what happens when a convicted felon is on the ballot, we learn what it is like to interview yourself, Jay Leno talks of his passions, and we look at the films - The Aeronauts & The Two Popes… Plus a fresh take on The Beatles classic "Dear Prudence."
Posted on · The Houston Chronicle also reports the jurists are replacing the D.C. law firm that was handling the litigation with a Houston-based pro bono attorney.
Posted on · County officials say they have presented a settlement proposal based on the opinion from the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals