Posted on · AAA Texas projects more than 50 million travelers in the coming days.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Record-breaking travel numbers are expected over the 4th of July weekend. And we discuss how smartphones have changed our lives -- for better or worse.
Posted on · On Friday's show: Harris County Attorney Christian Menefee announced the county is suing the state of Texas over bills passed during the Texas Legislature specifically targeting Harris County elections. Menefee joins us to explain.
Posted on · On Friday's show: We discover why some of the city’s northern suburbs are sinking at a substantial rate. We discuss The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week. And we talk with travel host Rick Steves about his news series.
Posted on · Episode: 2244 The Gentleman traveler: Victorian polymath, Francis Galton. Today, we travel the wilds with the highborn.
Posted on · More than 1,400 flights canceled worldwide Monday, adding to thousands canceled over the Christmas weekend. And across the country, long lines continued at COVID-19 testing sites.
Posted on · After declining most of the fall, new infections are up again in more than half of U.S. states, worrying experts about what the holiday season may bring.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: A pediatrician answers your questions about kids and the COVID vaccine, what to expect during the holiday travel season, food writers discuss their favorite places for Italian cuisine in the city, and preserving the history of the Third Ward virtually.
Posted on · Houston Matters host Craig Cohen spoke with experts about how vaccinations have changed traveling guidelines, and the safety precautions Houstonians should take if choosing to travel this summer.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: A federal judge deals a blow to the NRA's hopes of moving to Texas, how safe and challenging it will be to travel this summer, and what's taking the place of the Houston Art Car Parade this year.
Posted on · Today, we talk about summer travel – from trends to safety. What's safe to do if you're vaccinated, unvaccinated or traveling with children?
Posted on · First spotted at an airport by a social media user who posted his photo, there was an immediate outcry overnight that a U.S. senator would travel out of the state amid the worst storm in many Texans' lifetimes.
Posted on · The new technology is supposed to speed up the entry process.
Posted on · Airport officials say they're prepared to take a financial hit during what's usually their busiest travel time.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: The economic vitality of the health care industry, our weekly political roundup, how the pandemic has affected the travel and tourism industries, and Houstonians participate in virtual runs.