Posted on · Episode: 2752 A visit to the Commemorative Air Force and an airplane that pilots trained in. Today, a morning with the Commemorative Air Force.
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We learn who’s eligible for the Houston presidential debate, former judges define justice, a homeowner talks about their recovery two years after Harvey, and a local church takes feeding the hungry to another level.
Posted on · Houston food writers discuss how local restaurants have responded to Hurricane Harvey by feeding evacuees and first-responders -- and by offering a return to normalcy.
Posted on · We asked Houstonians to tell us about the people who went above and beyond during the storm and recovery.
Posted on · Greater Houston is feeling the effects of Harvey -- not just physically, but emotionally. What kind of treatment should those affected by the floods look into?
Posted on · For several years, the Deloitte Volunteer Impact Research series has sought to measure corporate community engagement, like volunteering. Last month, the professional services firm published an “Impact Survey” based on interviews with corporate employees who have some hiring influence at their companies. The respondents hail from Houston and 12 other major metropolitan areas. According to […]
Posted on · We discuss Houstoniansâ experiences with the Peace Corps. Weâll talk with two Peace Corps alums:Â Alexis Sham was a Peace Corps volunteer in Mali from 1995-1998; and Ed Pettitt was a Peace Corps volunteer in a remoteÂ village in Botswana from 2006-2008.
Posted on · Flu season is underway. Each year, around this time, weâre all encouraged to get our flu shots, and we learn about whatever strains of the influenza virus may be affecting Houston and the rest of the nation.Â But some in the medical community are concerned that events in Washington might be shaking up this yearâs […]