Houston Approves New Post-Harvey Flood Construction RuleUnder the rule, new structures in the 100-year and 500-year flood plains would be constructed 2 feet above the ground or above the projected water level in a 500-year flood, an event in which 17 to 19 inches of rain falls in 24 hours.
Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 2-25-18Dr. Laura Murillo of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce talks with: Judge Ed Emmett, Juliet Stipeche, Commissioner Rodney Ellis, Isabel Longoria, and Stan Stanart.
Houston City Council Proclaims Sunday Is Andre Johnson DayThe week leading up to being the first inductee in the Houston Texans' Ring of Honor is a busy one for Andre Lamont Johnson.
Mayor Sylvester Turner 9-10-17Sarah Frazier (Senior Vice President and Market Manager, CBS Radio Houston) and Sean Pendergast from The Triple Threat on SportsRadio 610 talk with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner about the community beginning its road to recovery in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
Office of Business Opportunity 8-27-17Dr. Laura Murillo (President & CEO of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) talks with Carlecia Wright (Director, City of Houston Office of Business Opportunity) about the importance of small business owners getting their business certified with the city.
Houston To Open More Mega-Shelters To House Flooded FamiliesThe George R. Brown Convention Center already held more than 9,000 people, almost twice the number officials originally planned to house there.
Houston Rodeo Run 12-4-16Sarah E! from Mix 96.5 and Sports Radio 610 sits down with Joel Cowley, President and CEO of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
City of Houston Controller’s Office 8-28-16Dr. Laura Murillo from the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce talks with City of Houston Controller, Chris Brown. They discuss the city’s budget, and get into the importance of pension reform.
City of Houston 4-24-16Dr. Laura Murillo (President and CEO, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) talks with Juliet Stipeche (Director of Education, City of Houston) about what resources and programs may be available for victims of the recent floods. They also get into what specifically her role is as the Director of Education for the city.
Houston Files Lawsuit Against Banks For Interest Rate ManipulationIn a statement issued Tuesday, the city of Houston has filed a lawsuit against 16 major banks, citing interest rate manipulation.
Houston Appoints First Hispanic Female To Top City PostHouston Mayor Annise Parker along with the rest of Houston City Council, confirmed the appointment of Tina Paez Wednesday, as Director of Administrative and Regulatory Affairs for the City of Houston
Cold Front Could Bring Showers, Record Lows To Houston Area The city of Houston was home to humidity and summer-like temperatures this week, but according to area meteorologists, big changes are on the way.