George Flynn, a veteran newspaperman who worked for the Houston Press, the Post and the Chronicle, died of a heart attack at age 65 Saturday. Flynn experienced chest pains and was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital, where he died about 4 a.m. April 20. Flynn grew up in Dallas, graduated from wha ... More >>
James Dixon, the well-known minister of Houston's Community of Faith church, has been charged with hitting his wife.The arrest was first reported by Fox's Isiah Carey; Dixon made an appearance in court this morning and is free on bond.George Flynn, spokesman of the Harris County DA's office, give ... More >>
Photo by jvh33Tired of all those pain-in-the-ass DWI crackdowns? Thinking you can get around them and still indulge your urge to endanger yourself and others by operating heavy, moving machinery while drunk by tossing back some Jack Daniel's on your boat?Think again. This Memorial Day weekend, the D ... More >>
We wondered yesterday how a northwest Houston homeowner could shoot three men, killing one, and not even get arrested and make so much as a brief trip to jail.Happens all the time, or at least it's not uncommon, we were told.But if that is indeed the case, then this latest shoot-`em-up is different. ... More >>
A very brief item in the Chronicle today reports that a northwest Houston homeowner shot three people in his front yard last night and killed one of them."Police said the man shot the three men during an argument outside his home in the 7300 block of West Knoll about 10:30 p.m.," the item said. "No ... More >>
What is it with HISD teachers and pot these days? A month ago, a middle-school assistant principal gets nabbed for growing dope in his home. Now, a pair of teachers at Williams Middle School (Northwest side represent!) are making friends in county due to a meddling tipster and a drug-sniffing dog.
Ten competitors. One mile along the Katy Freeway. No cars allowed.
Letters to the Editor
Tackling the team spirit
Rice Village heads in a new direction -- of sorts
Babe's shirt goes in the cards
A farewell slap to a Chronicle columnist
Kid-Care's former leader says the attorney general is playing favorites
HISD's most aggressive marketer comes back to help
Tension mounts at the Chronicle
Sexcapades come to Conroe ISD
Plus: Equal Justice, Downtown SUV Alert, Needle Points
Plus: Driving Us Nuts, Cheap Thrills, Gong Wrongs
Plus: Aid for AIDS, No Dogfight, Boys of Brazil
Plus: Feudal Follies, Life in the Slow Lane, Facts and Fantasy
Live dangerously with the Double Dumbass Combo at Gilhooley's Raw Bar
Plus: Driving Them Crazy, Oyster Crabbing
Plus: Percentile Dysfunction, More Math Wrath, Double Dribbles
Plus: Powers to Be, Japanic's Surrender
Plus: Smouldering Inside, Flunking English, Museum Stakes
Rockin' On, A Stark Affair, Wrong War?
Cough It Up, Vindicating Voigt, Alternative Flexibility
Davy and Mike, ExCEPtion to the Rule, Heat's On
Linda Sarofim Lowe goes from River Oaks to resting in peace
Can a statewide race save Jim Wallace from himself?
From the week of January 27, 2000
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