Web designer George Kalas wanted to re-fight the Civil War. Instead, he started one in his own movement.
Sylvester Turner, Wayne Dolcefino and the story that changed everything
Peary Perry's lawsuit against the city may indeed have implications for the November mayoral election -- but perhaps not the ones Perry and his lawyer have in mind
Last week Anthony Ray Westley was executed for a murder he may not have committed. Only his lawyer and family seemed to care.
Attorney John O'quinn says his big-business enemies are out to do him in. But the real source of his troubles may be closer to home.
A new audit suggests Municipal Collections is better at making money than doing its job
It seems the city's contract with Municipal Collections is a family affair
Does who you know -- not what you are -- open the door to affirmative action business in Houston?
As Ben Hall prepares to leave City Hall, questions are again being raised about his involvement in the doling out of city business. But Hall says the law allows him to do pretty much as he pleases.
Municipal Collections has a lucrative city contract and some interesting partners. But good luck tracking it down
For decades, 13 ruled the Houston airwaves. Now 11 is coming on strong. Is KTRK's broadcast dynasty losing its hold?
A murky tale from the '91 mayor's race continues to unfold at the courthouse
Identity crisis at the municipal courts
Abandon all hope, all ye who swallow here