The Best of The Triple Threat 10-12-2016The Best of The Triple Threat, from Wednesday 10-12-2016
Walk 4 Hearing 10-2-16Laura Reynolds from SportsRadio 610 and Mix 96.5 sits down with Lois Davis (co-chair, Walk 4 Hearing) and Teri Wathen (founder, Hearing Loss Association of America – Houston chapter) to talk about this year’s Walk 4 Hearing coming up on Saturday October 8.
The Best of The Triple Threat 08-03-2016The Best of The Triple Threat, from Wednesday 08-03-2016
Triple Threat with Damn Straight Advice 6-1-16Sean, Rich & Laura Reynolds give texters advice about love, work, & more. Also, Laura has words for a creep at her gym.
Houston-Galveston Area Council 1-17-16Laura Reynolds is joined by Alan Clark (Director of Transportation Planning) from the Houston-Galveston Area Council to talk about some strategies to reduce the city’s pollution, and discuss the Transportation Fair coming up on January 20th at Memorial City Mall.
Houston-Galveston Area Council 1-10-16Laura Reynolds talks with Veronica Baxter-Lamb (Transportation Program Coordinator) from the Houston-Galveston Area Council about the city’s infrastructure and pollution issues. They also get into the council’s “Share a Ride” campaign.
Houston-Galveston Area Council 9-6-15SportsRadio 610’s Laura Reynolds visits with Veronica Baxter-Lamb the Transportation Program Coordinator at the Houston-Galveston Area Council. Veronica assists with strategy, operations and management of public outreach programs. She coordinates a team of six professionals dedicated to inform stakeholder groups and the public at large about transportation issues affecting Houston metro's eight county regions. Houston Galveston Area Council, also called H-GAC, is a regional organization through which local governments work together to solve area-wide problems, among them air quality and traffic congestion. Visit mysolutionis.com to learn more.
Small Business Administration 7-26-15Laura Reynolds talks with Sirdon Navarro from the Small Business Administration about assistance they’re offering to victims of the flood on Memorial Day. They get into who qualifies, as well as go over the process of taking advantage of the services the SBA offers.
FEMA 7-19-15Laura Reynolds talks with FEMA Public Information Officer Cherie Brown about FEMA’s mission in the Houston area. They discuss the process of getting help from FEMA in dealing with your flood damage, and who may be covered. Apply today at disasterassistance.gov and find out how FEMA can help you.
Salvation Army & Bria's House 6-21-15Laura Reynolds sits down with Patrick Mouton, Branch Director of the Salvation Army Aldine Westfield Boys and Girls Club to talk about the ZAC camp, the ABCDs of water safety and the Salvation Army. Neece Grace also joins to talk about how important it is that children learn water safety. After losing her 4 year old daughter Bria to accidental drowning she started the organization Bria’s House to give free swimming lessons. Visit their website at www.briashouse.net.
Operation FINALLY HOME 6-21-15Laura Reynolds talks with Scott Call from the Houston Division of Pulte Group. They discuss the second Annual PulteGroup Built to Honor™ Golf Tournament in honor of injured veteran Kevin Bone (Chief Warrant Officer 4, U.S. Army, Retired). The event features a scramble tournament, lunch, dinner, prizes, as well as both live and silent auctions. The public is invited to enjoy a fun-filled day of golf, prizes, awards and more on June 22 at a Built to Honor™ charity golf tournament honoring a local injured veteran. Call (281) 749-8015 for more information. Join PulteGroup, the Houston Texans and FMC Technologies as they raise money to support Operation FINALLY HOME and our worthy injured veterans!
City of Houston Public Works 5-10-15Laura Reynolds with SportsRadio 610 talks to City of Houston Public Works and Engineering Planning and Development of Code Enforcement Program Director of Green Building Resource Center Steve Stelzer. Steve tells us how we can become a Master Composter through the City’s Green Building Resource Center’s STAR Yard Wise Master Composter Certificate Program, May 14 through May 17. The City’s Green Building Resource Center, part of the Public Works and Engineering Department, will be offering this course at the Houston Permitting Center, 1002 Washington Ave.