The Chronicle‘s Bradley Olson posts that the state legislature has taken action related to the Rivercrest street closing issue: A bill that would require the city of Houston to hold a public hearing before making
We finally found a little time to read Judge Sim Lake’s thorough, meticulously crafted decision on the redistricting lawsuit brought against the City of Houston by Vidal Martinez and Carroll Robinson. If you haven’t had
In the leadup to Memorial Day last week, Mattress Mack and other Westchase district leaders excitedly announced a “private-public partnership” to install security cameras all over their part of town: The proposed camera system was
A reader alerts us to this death notice currently on Chron.com (dated May 27, 2009): Ted Busch, a former first assistant district attorney of Harris County who had a reputation as a dedicated, demanding prosecutor,
This is METRO in action. This is METRO applauding itself. This is Tom Bazan’s latest on METRO’s declining ridership numbers: METRO fixed-route bus boardings again experienced a huge decline of -26.02% for April 2009 over
Unca Darrell has the sorry details of the Chronicle‘s Memorial Day editorial. Here’s a taste: The Chronicle simply does not share the intense love of country and respect for our military that most Americans feel.
In a post today, blogger and blogHOUSTON commenter Neal Meyer takes apart the three-hour-commute prediction of Ray Chong, until recently one of the City of Houston’s traffic bureaucrats. That’s well worth reading in itself, but
On May 23, 2009, at around 3 a.m., Houston Police were on the scene of an accident when a suspected drunk driver injured HPD Officer Lloyd Morrison. Authorities said Officer Lloyd Morrison stopped to investigate