More sexual harassment charges against Pervez Agwan’s congressional campaign are likely, attorney for accuser says

Posted on · Melissa Moore, attorney for former Agwan staffer Maha Chishtey, said her firm is representing other former Agwan campaign employees who will be filing charges related to alleged sexual harassment by former senior staffers.

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Sylvester Turner’s plan to amend Houston’s airport concessions contracts criticized by Pappas Restaurants, mayoral hopeful John Whitmire

Posted on · A proposed ordinance by Houston's outgoing mayor would require city council approval to terminate the existing concessions agreements at Hobby and Bush Intercontinental Airport as the city faces an ongoing lawsuit filed by a Pappas-led group, which was a longtime Hobby concessionaire that lost a competitive bid earlier this year.

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Mary Nan Huffman trying to hold off Tony Buzbee in unusually ‘high-prolife’ runoff for Houston City Council

Posted on · The campaigns for the incumbent and challenger for the District G seat, which represents an affluent swath of West Houston, have combined to spend upwards of $500,000 since the Nov. 7 general election and had more than $100,000 remaining as of Dec. 1.


From ‘I feel like I’m in prison’ to ‘I’m actually learning,’ Houston ISD students have mixed feelings about Mike Miles’ reform program

Posted on · Students in Houston ISD are almost halfway through the first school year under state-appointed leadership. On some campuses, a sweeping reform program has completely transformed the typical school day. It’s not working for all students. 

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The week in politics (Dec. 6, 2023)

Posted on · On Wednesday's show: We’re just days away from knowing who will become the next mayor of the city of Houston. From the runoff election to special session news and beyond, we seek context and clarity in our weekly political roundup.