Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
Houston Public Radio (University Of Houston System)
KUHF is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Houston, TX and is part of the Houston-Galveston, TX radio market. The station airs news/talk programming. KUHF is owned by Houston Public Radio.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
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By: ronald on March 25, 2012
I am contacting Radio Stations in Houston Texas to present a Challange to the Houston City Counsel members who inacted a law against feeding the homeless. My challange is that the City Counsel members go Homeless for two weeks in the Houston area. In front of camara crews. Without the help of friends and family. Lets see how long they last!
By: Brenda Plumley on May 11, 2015
My name is Stephanie Martinez and I am the Community Relations Supervisor at Meadowlake Pet Resort & Training Center. The reason I’m reaching out to you today is to bring awareness to a 4 month long donation drive our facility is hosting benefiting Military Dogs. Below is some quick information on the donation drive, the LOCAL organization we are raising money for and our facility. Please let me know if you have any other questions. We would love to come out and speak to someone about bringing more awareness to this donation drive. Our goal is to raise as much money as possible to help our four legged soldiers.
What is Operation: War Dogs:
Operation: War Dogs is a 4 month-long donation drive to support non-profit organization Mission K9 Rescue, the Houston chapter of The United States War Dogs Association (USWDA). The drive officially began on Memorial Day and ends on Labor Day September 6th, 2015. This year, Meadowlake and Rover Oaks are joining forces to co-host Operation: War Dogs and help raise funds for this great organization.
How to Donate: Donate online at www.meadowlakepetresort.com or by cash or check at Meadowlake (13500 Furman Road | Houston, TX 77047).
Who is Mission K9 Rescue:
Mission K9 Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to the service of retiring and retired Military Working Dogs and Contract Working Dogs. They provide monetary, transportation, adoption, and professional assistance for these retired hero dogs. Over the past year, Mission K9 Rescue has reunited many hero dogs with their handlers, and worked tirelessly to find adoptive homes capable of meeting the needs of a retired military working dog. Videos of some of these reunions can be viewed on their website.
About Meadowlake Pet Resort & Training Center:
Since 2009 Meadowlake Pet Resort & Training Center has been dedicated to providing the highest quality, healthiest and most fun-loving care for pets and the parents who love them. Our country setting welcomes you with four acres of green play yards, a relaxing spa, luxurious cottages, suites, a large activity center and much more. Pet Parents can choose from our award winning lodging, daycare, grooming and training services that are tailored to fit your pet’s personalities and needs. Our experienced staff will supervise and lovingly care for your pet to ensure that he or she will leave healthy, happy and be begging to come back.
By: Stephanie Martinez on June 9, 2015
the eastham unit in lovelady texas....eastham unit only has contaimed water for the inmates to drink..they are not providing them with bottle water...this went in affect 6/30 / 2015....this is the second time this has happened...there
are inmates that are sick from drinking the contaimed water...if sometimes isn't done then an inmate will die from drinking the contaimed water...i've called everybody i can think of and there not doing anything..i would appreciate if you can help...
2665 prison road # 1
thank you very much
By: lLou on July 5, 2015
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