The Chronicle‘s Kristen Mack reports that HCC Trustee Jay Aiyer has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor related to campaign finance: Houston Community College Trustee Jay Aiyer pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of tampering with
Look who attended Tilman Fertitta’s celebration of himself last week (according to Chronicle columnist Shelby Hodge): Police Chief Harold Hurtt and wife Lonetta passed on the tequila but didn’t fail to observe the grandeur of
In a column about Democratic aspirations to sweep Harris County in 2008, the Chronicle‘s Kristen Mack includes this bit of hilarity: Former Houston Police Chief C.O. Bradford will take on GOP District Attorney Chuck Rosenthal.
There’s an interesting story by Richard Connelly on Houston’s explosion of sports/guy talk radio stations in this week’s Houston Press There are things we already knew (Charlie Pallilo is tops). There are things we didn’t
The Chronicle ran an interesting column from Lisa Falkenberg yesterday. With recent stories on red light cameras, Falkenberg started wondering why the traffic lights downtown are “synchronized” in a way that makes little sense (that
As threatened here, we’ve decided to have a long-overdue blog gathering on Saturday. We’ll be honoring Vernon Guy and the rest of the 300 Club (commenters with 300 or more comments). The festivities will take
Chronicle reader representative James Campbell follows up on the news of Cragg Hines’ retirement with this interesting blog tidbit today: I spoke with Chronicle editorial page editor James Howard Gibbons who said he wants to
The Chron.com Froot Loops bureau has been watching the TV news again this morning: A tow truck driver was shot to death in southeast Houston late Monday night, according to televised reports by KTRK (Channel