Former Houston Press editor missing in Houston FOUND

UPDATE 9/13/17 – Jim Simmon’s body has been found dead in a Houston sandpit, according to the Chron.   His body was found by a rancher tending his cattle.  The body was located on Madden Road.  The Galveston County Medical Examiner identifies the body.  


The Houston Press has reported that their former editor, James “Jim” Simmon, 63, went missing on August 30, 2017.  The Houston Press states that Simmon is an award-winning journalist who was also formerly the political editor at the Houston Chronicle and prior to that a reporter and assistant city editor for The Houston Post.

James was last seen at the Black Hole coffee shop off Richmond Avenue in Houston, Texas around 5 p.m. according to his missing poster.

Jim is 5’8″ tall, 150 pounds with grey hair and grey/blue eyes.

Anyone who sees Simmon is asked to contact his family at 713-540-5192 or isimmon@uarts.edu. Or at 713-208-1537.

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