Do you think METRO saw this coming? For the second time in three weeks, a city council committee on Friday raised numerous questions and objections to an agreement that would give the Metropolitan Transit Authority
KHOU-11’s Mark Greenblatt checked in tonight with an update on HPD’s underreporting of murders in recent years. Interestingly, the department has quietly reclassified some 16 incidents as murders since Greenblatt started reporting on the issue.
Local media have recently reported on affluent residents of the Rivercrest subdivision who have conveniently (and rapidly!) secured public works improvements to cut down on the riff-raff blowing down their streets. Mayor White, predictably, denies
While I was away playing last week, KTRK-13 continued its investigation into emails that the Sheriff’s Department has worked hard to keep away from KTRK. Here’s an excerpt from Wayne Dolcefino’s report on May 20:
The Chronicle‘s Ken Hoffman has good news for local news junkies: Eight years ago, the half-hour Channel 39 News at 9 p.m. with anchors Sherry Williams and Alan Hemberger signed on. And almost from the
KHOU-11’s Lee McGuire has details of a development in HPD’s facial hair policy fight: Houston City Council heard from those officers while debating whether to spend $150,000 on private attorneys to defend the no-beard policy.
Six weeks after METRO stopped collecting March data, METRO finally fulfilled Tom Bazan’s TxPIA request for March ridership numbers. Guess what? Ridership declined, both for bus and light rail, when compared to data for March,