Posted on · The agency says it has started a new training program for drivers that focuses on customer service and safety.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: Bike Houston issues a report card on the city's bike plan. We look back at the Branch Davidian siege, which ended 25 years ago this week. We learn what issues Texas museums are facing. We meet a biomedical engineer who makes wheelchairs for the disabled in developing countries. And we learn about the life of a famous storm chaser.
Posted on · “I spent my whole life on the sidelines, and so now for there to be a sport that I can get in the air and be part of a team and just—you know, it’s okay to ram chairs—very cool feeling.”
Posted on · The sport of rugby is a physical game, and as if it weren’t challenging enough try doing it all from a wheelchair. Quadriplegic athletes from the around country did just that recently when they attended a Wheelchair Rugby Training Camp at the University of Houston. News 88.7’s Syeda Hasan has the story.
Posted on · Don Schoendorfer is a biomedical engineer with a doctorate from MIT. So when he started tinkering with parts from old lawn chairs and bicycles, some thought he was losing his mind. His wife wasn't a fan of all the debris in their garage either. But Don was working to make prototype after prototype of a […]
Posted on · When we think about âgetting aroundâ Houston, we tend to think of it from our own perspective. If youâre young you donât think about it from the standpoint of someone whoâs older. If you own a car, you tend not to think much about those who donât. The same goes for disabilities. If youâre not […]