Good, Bad and Ugly

Planned Parenthood, United Woes and VW Lawsuits: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Houston News

Posted on · From Texas officials intending to remove Planned Parenthood from the Medicaid program, to more woes for United Continental, to Harris County declining Attorney General Ken Paxton’s request for the county to drop its lawsuit against Volkswagen: we discuss The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of this week’s news. Our panel of non-experts this week […]

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Preparing for Campus Carry: Friday’s Show (October 23, 2015)

Posted on · In August of next year (Aug. 1, 2016), the state’s new campus carry law takes effect. Passed in the legislative session this past spring, it will allow those with concealed handgun permits (who are required to be 21 and older) to carry concealed weapons on some college campuses. Private schools have the ability to opt […]

Houston Matters

What Will Bush Airport Renovations Mean for Houston?

Posted on · Construction began last month to rebuild Terminal C North at Bush airport. Once that work is complete, Terminal D will be revamped, with the goal of attracting more international carriers. We discuss the expansion efforts with Mario Diaz, the city’s Director of Aviation, and Stephanie Buchanan, VP of United Airlines’ Houston hub.


Continental Travelers Adjusting To United Airlines

Posted on · As the new United Airlines continues to sort out reservation and scheduling snafus that slowed things down over the weekend, a travel agent says it's no easy task to merge two of the largest air carriers in the world. The final piece of the merger puzzle comes with some big challenges.