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Chavez' family sued the city of Houston, the Houston Police Department, and five officers after Chavez was killed by police in April 2020. [Read More]
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The Houston Matters panel of non-experts weighs in on stories from the week's news and decides if they're good, bad, or ugly. [Read More]
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On Friday's show: As the county raises its COVID threat level, Memorial Hermann's chief physician explains how rising case numbers are affecting his hospitals. And... [Read More]
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With the release of Space Jam: A New Legacy, we discuss how product endorsements and marketing deals have affected what's on the silver screen. [Read More]
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COVID-19 had an unprecedented effect on the food scene and forced thousands of Texas restaurants to close. [Read More]
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On Thursday's show: The latest on the chemical release incident in La Porte, a Rice professor discusses his BBC series about the end of the... [Read More]
With school starting again next month, officials at higher education institutions across Utah are working on plans to help students safely return, and this includes... [Read More]
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Houston Public Media spoke with University of Houston chemical engineering professor and Chief Energy Officer Ramanan Krishnamoorti to learn more about the chemicals involved. [Read More]
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The drought and the pandemic have created challenges for farmers and small businesses across the state. Farmers Feeding Utah Miracle projects are one way the... [Read More]
On Wednesday's show: The latest COVID-19 trends in the area, addressing the criminal court backlog, and the week in politics. [Read More]
On Tuesday's show: Why our population has stopped growing, Mayor Pro-Tem Dave Martin, the history of Black rodeo, and the story of astronaut Bruce McCandless... [Read More]
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