Good, Bad and Ugly

Stealing From a Church and Teens & E-Cigarettes: The Good The Bad & The Ugly of Houston News

Posted on · Some $600,000 in cash and checks was stolen from Houston’s Lakewood Church on Sunday; A new study of teenagers reveals increasing usage of e-cigarettes; and Houston’s own Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee miscalculates the age of the US Constitution: It’s The Good The Bad & The Ugly of Houston News. This week’s panel of non-experts is composed of: Defending People […]

Houston Matters

Your Money and You

Posted on · Once a month, we’ll offer you a chance to talk with a Houston-based certified financial planner and/or chartered financial consultant about your personal finance. From day to day budgeting to saving for retirement, we’ll offer tips for how to navigate the financial world. Our guest is John Lopez, Clinical Assistant Professor at the Bauer College of […]

News

Houston Spending Money To Get Right Count

Posted on · Major U.S. cities are at risk of being undercounted in the 2010 census. But because of financial problems many are doing little to prepare for an accurate count A study by the Pew Charitable Trusts examined preparation efforts in 11 major cities. It found that Houston was one of only five that has committed public funds for census outreach. Rod Rice reports.