Posted on · News 88.7's outgoing energy and environment reporter discusses what he learned from two years on the beat.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Improving Harris County's response to chemical fires, the job of inspecting roads and bridges, how the Turtle Bayou Resolutions set the stage for the Texas Revolution, and we bid farewell to News 88.7's Travis Bubenik.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Scientists predict more extreme heat in Texas' future, the legacy of Apollo 11, outgoing higher ed commissioner Raymund Paredes, and synth-pop pioneer Howard Jones.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: Katy man sought in connection with the shooting of former baseball star David Ortiz, Federal Action Plan to reduce childhood lead exposure, how tensions between the U.S. and Iran impact Houston, and our latest installment of The Good, Bad, And Ugly. Plus, Houston Public Media's Catherine Lu chats with Mollie Haven Miller of Dance Source Houston.
Posted on · Some oil producers are touting efforts to pursue ways to simultaneously scrub carbon dioxide from the air while producing more oil.
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: Concerns about air quality in the Permian Basin, how weddings are helping save historic Texas dance halls, author Jared Diamond, and actor Wilmer Valderrama.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: Homeowners have their case heard against the Army Corps of Engineers, problems addressing food deserts in Houston, bringing the Internet to deep space, and remembering our former colleague Capella Tucker.
Posted on · We examine Houston's growing role in the energy industry and what potential hazards are ahead.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: More road closures, examining voter lists, philosophers who perpetuated racist ideas, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news, and the music of Harry Potter.
Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: Heavy rain could bring flooding to Greater Houston this weekend. The city's outgoing recovery officer reflects on his time on the job. We break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news. And the son of a Pearl Harbor survivor tells his father's story.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: We examine financial issues facing Crosby ISD. Then, we learn why oil and gas companies are flaring so much gas in West Texas. Plus, We learn about some of the less talked about local races in the 2018 midterm election. Then, Houston writer Lacy M. Johnson talks about her definition of justice. And we help you improve your public speaking.
Posted on · On Monday's Houston Matters: A Texas firefighters union is urging the City of Baytown to drop its lawsuit, we learn a group called New American Economy released data showing how much Houston's economy is affected by immigrants, and homeowners impacted by Harvey are dropping out of a buyout program, and Houston Public Media’s 'Stories from the Storm', featuring community leaders and everyday Houstonians reflecting on the value of a community in times of need. Then, writer Jeff Balke join Houston Matters for the latest on the developments in Houston Sports.
Posted on · News 88.7 reporter Travis Bubenik updates Houston Matters on the state of the energy industry and on environmental issues facing the region.
Posted on · Global experts are in Houston to discuss lessons learned from Harvey and to examine the best ways to move forward.
Posted on · Houston Matters checks in on the SSPEED Center conference, and an urban planner participating in the event talks about incorporating the potential for flooding into future urban planning.