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Houston Newsmakers July 13: Emmett speaks on Astrodome

Harris County judge Ed Emmett also discusses growth challenges in the county and help for the mentally ill.

Houston Newsmakers July 6: Immigration crisis hits Texas

Also discussed: Supreme Court decisions and Texas cultural heritage.

Houston Newsmakers June 29: HPD Chief says lying, lazy officers must go

Also discussed: Budget issues, officer shortages and continued issues with the HPD crime lab.

Houston Newsmakers June 22: Women at greater risk of theft during summer; Kubosh against Houston budget

Also, learn how the summer months are the deadliest time of year for teenagers.

Newsmakers June 1: Hurricane season starts; major changes at METRO

Also: Group seeks to find employment for armed service veterans.

Newsmakers May 25: Houston's proposed Equal Rights Ordinance

Only 8 percent of Americans say they know a transgendered person. That fact is likely what is behind much of the controversy surrounding sections of Houston's proposed Equal Rights Ordinance.

Newsmakers May 18: Houston divided over Equal Rights Ordinance

Mayor Annise Parker is proposing an Equal Rights Ordinance for the city of Houston that is running into major opposition. Why? Find out on 'Houston Newsmakers.'

May 4 Newsmakers: Lawsuits, community protests & fight against illiteracy

The evaluation of teachers in Houston ISD is fair and should be based on how well a teachers' students perform. That was the response of Dr. Terry Grier, Superintendent of HISD, to a lawsuit filed…

April 27 Newsmakers: Congresswoman Jackson Lee & Comptroller Susan Combs

Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and Texas Comptroller Susan Combs were guests on this week's "Houston Newsmakers" with Khambrel Marshall.

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