Does Your Wallet Need a Tinfoil Hat? -- Recently, a friend forwarded to me a Houston TV station’s story about “electronic pickpocketing.” In it, reporters say they watched a security expert steal credit card numbers from 39 victims in less than 15 minutes, simply by walking past them. But is this a real problem? Read on...
WTVG gets a New Building Ken Bagwell Speaks Ken Bagwell President of Storer Television speaks at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new studios of WTVG at 4247 Dorr Street. Ken Bagwell was the first program director of KLEE, Houston Texas, The first TV station in Houston.
AP & HOUSTON TV STATION REPORTING ON EBOLA'S PATIENT ZERO-STORY SOON TO BE SCRUBBED - ..It is fairly certain that the following story will soon be scrubbed, so as not to cause a panic. However, covering this up may prove to be difficult because this story was obtained by the TV station from the AP. I am posting a screen shot here, for posterity’s sake of this breaking news story which is running right now on Houston’s ABC News 13 website. [...] 07/31
Houston TV Station KPRC Channel 2 investigative reporter Jace Larson interviewing Paul Looney regarding the "Shoot/Don't Shoot" training simulator being used in the basement of the Harris County Courthouse to train Grand Jurors. Another day in the law office of Looney & Conrad.
Former president George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized, according to the Houston Chronicle and Houston TV station KHOU. Bush's chief of staff, Jean Becker, says he was admitted to Houston Methodist Hospital after falling ill. Becker tells the Houston Chronicle and KHOU that Bush is "doing fine."
Aired on Houston tv station as a news ticker on the bottom of the screen, a fan tweet response to the announcement that Houston had signed Michael Sam, the first openly gay player ever to be drafted into the NFL, and he had joined the Cowboys practice squad after being cut by the St Louis Rams. "Michael Sam signed to join Cowboys? Tony Romo, still the gayest player on the cowgirls."