A lot of strange press releases come sailing through your inbox when you are working for a news paper or news blog in the big city. Some are mildly amusing, some hilarious. Some are disturbing, some disgusting. Then, some are all of the above and more.
The U.S. Attorney's Office sent a release out ... More >>
Dancers from Treasures implored a state administrative judge today to renew the club's liquor permit and dismiss the city's protests. (No ruling has been issued yet.)
The dancers -- some of whom said they were single mothers and small business owners -- told State Office of Administrative Hearings ... More >>
Headed behind bars.The last defendant in the cases surrounding La Potra, a Houston bar accused of being the center of drug- and sex-trafficking, was sentenced to three years in federal prison.
Wilson Sauzo, 29, was convicted on cocaine-running charges.
Four others involved in the case were ... More >>
Elastic tubes and pots and pans...This week's cover story focuses on the Women's Funding Network and their apparently bogus study that led to the removal of classified sex ads on Craigslist.com.
The story reports on how, using an Atlanta-based research group, the organization trumped up numb ... More >>
A sign that won't be seen at the Super BowlHuman trafficking is a major problem in Texas, which is why Linda Geffin, chief of the Harris County Attorney's Special Prosecution Unit, will be giving people the 411 on The Today Show Thursday.
"Houston serves as a destination for victims of traffickin ... More >>
Jo Frederiksen of The Woodlands has joined the ever-growing number of women who claim they were sexually abused and harassed in Iraq under the watch of their former employer, Halliburton's Kellogg Brown & Root. She recently filed a lawsuit in Harris County District Court against the company.
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