KTRK-13 reports that Chief Harold Hurtt kicked off HPD’s “March on Crime” effort today: Houston Police Chief Harold Hurtt kicked off the department’s annual March on Crime initiative. During the month of March, HPD sends
The Chronicle reports that the Danger Train saw record ridership on Tuesday: Metro set a weekday record Tuesday with 56,388 passenger boardings on MetroRail. Many of the passengers were attending opening night of the Houston
Some local bloggers have either heavily blockquoted news copy or rewritten press copy on the big groundbreaking of the Houston pavilions, but Jennifer Ringwald (of Houston’s finest cover band) has a more unique take on
The Chron.com Froot Loop Bureau checked in early this morning with copy written from TWO local TV stations! Firefighters battled two blazes in the Houston area early this morning, according to televised reports from KTRK
KHOU-11’s Rucks Russell reports that HPD cracked down today on people caught abusing handicapped parking placards: “They’re trying to save a few dollars by not having to pay for parking,” HPD Sgt. Mike Lundholm said.
The Chronicle‘s Rad Sallee today reports METRO’s response to a letter from Siemens (noted in this post from last week) rejecting METRO’s insistence that the contractor reimburse METRO work related to the ongoing stray-current problem:
Apparently, Councilmember Jarvis Johnson likes to use Chronicle reporter Matt Stiles as his own reminder service. As the reporter notes on the Newswatch: City Hall blog, he’s twice reported that Johnson has been late filing