Police contract passes, and invasive species in Texas (March 24, 2022)
On Thursday's show: Houston City Council voted unanimously to approve the city’s contract with the Houston Police Officers’ Union after failing to pass a motion from council members who wished to delay the vote for two weeks.
And we learn about plans to expand the cancer research that won a local researcher a Nobel Prize in medicine.
Also this hour: Fire ants, Chinese tallow trees, even four-foot-long Argentine lizards -- we learn about some of the many invasive species found in and around Greater Houston and the threats they pose to the environment.
And we learn about Ocean Filibuster, a theater experience utilizing music, video, and 3D augmented reality to convey the wonders of the earth's oceans.