- Program's empty promises leave poor without homes – Yang Wang, Houston Chronicle
Ongoing problems at the Houston Housing Authority…
- Shelved plans prompt Metro to add $12 million in write-offs – Mike Morris, Houston Chronicle
- METRO Looking into Natural-Gas Powered Buses – Wendy Siegle, KUHF-88.7 News
Not a horrible idea (although if it can be screwed up, METRO is probably up to the task).
- Stepping on the Gas – Daniel Yergin, WSJ.com
Nice nod by Yergin to area oilman/developer/philanthropist George P. Mitchell, whose work in hydraulic fracturing has the potential to boost American energy security significantly.
- How the City is repaid for Sundance remodel – Prime Property
- Cleveland rape case worsens family's plight – Cindy Horswell and Susan Carroll, Houston Chronicle
- Revival Market brings the Heights a new definition on local food – Greg Morago, 29-95.com
- Burying power lines would be very expensive – Tom Standish, Houston Chronicle
Correcting Peter Brown…