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Texas Standard: August 21, 2018

Hubbub in Hub City: after the chancellor of Texas Tech resigns, questions grow along the lines of “was he pushed” and why. We’ll talk “regent-gate”. Also, working and getting ripped off at the same time: after Harvey a wave of workers come forward saying their wages were stolen. We’ll hear what’s being done to help and what isn’t. And condition critical for rural hospitals in Texas closing or on the verge of doing so at an alarming rate. We’ll have details. Also trial in Dallas for a police officer charged in the shooting death of an african american teen: what the case might say about justice in similar incidents. And a lesson from a hurricane on how to save a species. All that and more today on the Texas Standard:

Texas Standard: January 18, 2016

The other party held a presidential debate last night and sparks flew, but did it change anything? Clinton and Sanders are neck and neck in Iowa, close in New Hampshire and O’Malley trails both. Why Martin Luther King Day is more important than ever this year. A Houston lawyer asked the Supreme Court to define what it means to be a natural born citizen but did he ask too late to get an answer in time for the election? And what life was really like for Bonnie and Clyde. Those stories and much more on todays Texas Standard: