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Settlement Reached In Sandra Bland Wrongful Death Lawsuit: Lawyer

Posted on ·     A $1.9 million settlement has been reached in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Sandra Bland over her death in the Waller County jail, according to a lawyer for the family. Bland—a black woman from the Chicago-area who was moving to Prairie View for a job—was arrested following a contentious […]

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Rules of the Road: Surviving 4th of July Traffic in Houston

Posted on · According to AAA,  the upcoming three-day Independence Day weekend will see the highest Fourth of July traffic volume on record. Some 43 million Americans are expected to take to the roads. Of course, we want all Houstonians to be safe while traveling this weekend. In that spirit, we welcome your questions for Trooper Richard Standifer from […]

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Traffic Laws, Parenting, and Oysters: Friday’s Show (July 1, 2016)

Posted on · According to AAA,  the upcoming three-day Independence Day weekend will see the highest Fourth of July traffic volume on record. Some 43 million Americans are expected to take to the roads. We want all Houstonians to be safe while traveling this weekend. In that spirit, we welcome your questions for Trooper Richard Standifer from the Texas […]

Politics

How Much Is Enough When It Comes To Spending On Border Security In Texas?

Posted on · Leaders in Texas are convinced the federal government isn’t doing enough to secure the U.S.-Mexico Border. They have approved spending nearly $1 billion over the next two years to aid the effort. But money may not solve the problem.

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Honking All the Way: How to Survive Houston Holiday Traffic

Posted on · As Houstonians hit the road this week to travel in and out of town, visiting family and friends over holidays, this seems like an excellent time to be reminded of some of the rules of the road on Houston’s highways and byways. It’s an especially good time to freshen up on what to do and what not to […]

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Report: DPS Reporting on Race and Traffic Stops is Flawed

Posted on · Black drivers stopped by the Texas Department of Public Safety are more likely to be searched than white drivers. And white drivers are more likely to be released with a warning. That’s according to an analysis of DPS data on its traffic stops from 2003 to 2014. The Austin American-Statesman reported late last month (Nov. […]