Good, Bad and Ugly

Warm Weather, Guns at Airports, and Marrying Yourself: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Houston News

Posted on · From unseasonably mild temperatures in Houston (while the northeast prepared for the blizzard of the century), to a high number of firearms confiscated at Houston airports, to a Houston woman marrying herself: we discuss The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of this week’s Houston news. This week’s panel of non-experts consists of: Houston Chronicle […]

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Homeless Count, No Kill Animal Shelters, and Zola Jesus: Houston Matters for Friday, Jan. 30, 2015

Posted on · Last night, more than 500 volunteers took to the streets throughout Houston as part of an annual homeless count undertaken by the Coalition for the Homeless, to collect hard data about the number and characteristics of the area’s homeless community. That data is expected to be released in a few months. On this edition of […]


TSA Testing New Security Kiosk In Houston

Posted on · The TSA is looking into making another change at security check points — all in the name of safety and security. Houston is one of only three cities where a new passenger identification kiosk is being tested.


TSA Protests Turn Out to be All Talk

Posted on · Airports across the country braced for the holiday rush this Thanksgiving weekend, as well as protestor backlash against TSA screening measures. As travelers at Houston's largest airport found out, all that worry was for nothing. Laurie Johnson reports.


Travelers at IAH OK with New Scanners

Posted on · With the holiday season upon us, millions of people are making plans to fly to various cities in order to visit friends and relatives. Normally it's airfare or long lines that would be making headlines, but this year the government's use of airport body scanners have people talking. Bill Stamps went to Bush Intercontinental Airport to see what's going on.