We went downtown earlier to vote early at the Harris County Administration Building (which is little used, unlike the West Gray early voting facility) on Preston. We parked on the street, and unsurprisingly, the first
Last night, KTRK-13’s Wayne Dolcefino continued his look at some of the relationships between Harris County government and private industry. Here’s a teaser: Friends helping friends get huge government contracts. Is that the way you
KTRK-13’s Wayne Dolcefino has been poking around in county government again, and last night he ran the first of a series of reports on apparent Harris County government cronyism and sweetheart deals. Here’s a teaser:
Tomorrow the council will meet to begin “deliberations” on Mayor White’s plan to pay over three times the appraised value for some land downtown, plus engineer some land swaps for the owners of the Dynamo.
Anyone who has driven through the Elgin/Louisiana area of Midtown recently has probably noticed some serious construction (and occasional lane closures). The Chronicle‘s Nancy Sarnoff reports on the big development: One of Midtown’s largest landholders
Local blogger Christof Spieler posts some useful ideas on how METRO could better promote its services to the public: [T]ransit still works in a world where documents — bus schedules, system maps, and brochures —
The Chronicle ran a correction that was notable for its length today: An article in Feb. 18 editions repeated charges made by Republican candidate for Congress Dean Hrbacek that a law firm, Williams & Jensen,
Remember back when Doctor-Congresswoman Shelley Sekula-Gibbs headed off to Washington, managed to treat the existing Congressional staff so poorly they resigned, and then made all sorts of reckless accusations about that staff? As the Chronicle‘s