6 days ago | Education
Graduations are usually only exciting to the people actually marching along to a thumping rendition of Edward Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance. But that electric slightly-possibly-stoned graduation mood rippled through the entire crowd on Friday nigh...
7 days ago | Breaking News
Barring any truly crazy weather the University of Houston commencement scheduled for 7 p.m. today will happen just as planned, UH spokesman Mike Emery says. But if the weather does get really bad — "really bad" being defined as worse than a little...
10 days ago | Environment
If you have something to say about the Memorial Park Demonstration Project you'd best speak up during the new public comment period opened up on May 5 by the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Changes have been made to the proposed project. Th...
10 days ago | Political Animals
State Rep. Allen Fletcher wants to be the next Harris County Sheriff, but his personal finance statements have already raised some questions about what kind of sheriff the GOP candidate will be if he is elected. Fletcher announced his candid...
15 days ago | Courts
Lawyers for Memorial Hermann Health System are still suing patients to collect medical bills. After years of suing uninsured patients in Harris County District Court, as the Houston Press reported in July 2013, Memorial Hermann, the largest nonpro...
21 days ago | Political Animals
Texas track owners were hoping this would be the year that they rallied the ailing Texas racing industry. After more than a decade of decline they were poised to see some improvement in their situation, but the 84th biennial Texas Legislature has ...