KHOU-11’s Jeremy Desel has been examining what METRO is telling the public about the costs of rail expansion versus what METRO is telling the federal government about the costs of rail expansion, and — shock!
The County Seat blog updates us on the activities of Chronicle metro/state/teen diarist Lisa Falkenberg, who apparently spoke recently to the grownups at a Democratic Party event that reportedly later involved serious discussion about candidates
A commenter on the Chron’s reader rep blog (an oxymoron in its current form) offers this: The only things I have noticed since the Chronicle’s re-organization are: 1) The blogs are updated less frequently 2)
Chron.com reports that METRO is unveiling a Park and Pillage, er, Ride, in Pasadena on Monday: The city of Pasadena does not contribute sales tax revenue to Metro, so Harris County is using federal transportation
KTRK-13 reports that local electricity provider Gexa Energy suffered a security breach that compromised personal information of customers: If you are a customer of Gexa Energy, your personal information may have been compromised. The personal
Chronicle tennis wine columnist Dale Robertson is surely having a bad week. He led this week’s column, about prominent women in the wine world, as follows: It’s no longer unusual to meet a woman winemaker.
Remember when the Chron‘s erratic features editor Kyrie O’Connor had one of her classic meltdowns over a female firefighter who gave birth, left the hospital, and took an advancement exam because the mean old men