Texas Standard for June 8, 2017
Comey over everything. Texans are glued to their radios and TVs as the former FBI director appears before senate investigators. We’ll take a look at reaction and more. And: In the style of William Travis, a Texas mayor makes not-so-tongue in cheek plea – a call for people of good will to come to the defense of his city. Is he serious? You bet. And it’s all because of a new state law. We’ll hear about it. Also: Harris County is opening the jailhouse doors for scores of inmates, by court order. The county filed an emergency appeal to the Supreme Court. We’ll have the latest. Plus: The shopping habits of millennials drive a revolution in retail. It’s not just where and what they’re buying, but what they aren’t. Those stories and so much more today on the Texas Standard:
Could The Economic Impact Of Senate Bill 4 Rival That Of ‘Bathroom Bills’?
Are Millennials Behind Price Drop in Houston Antiques?
Local Ridesharing Companies Could Get A Ticket To Ride… Out Of Austin
Bexar County And The City Of Dallas Join Growing List Of SB4 Plaintiffs
First Texas Shelter For Male Victims Of Domestic Violence Opens In Dallas
Celebrate All Things Blueberry In Nacogdoches This Weekend
To This Austin Street Artist, Electrical Boxes Are Blank Canvases
Supreme Court Upholds Ruling That Houston Bail System Discriminates Against Poor