A new lawsuit adds an unusual dimension to all the claims of sexual deviance at Kellogg, Brown & Root. Gregory Thomas, a former KBR employee, is suing because he says that another male employee sexually harassed him in the office while working in Iraq, and that he was fired after complaining abou ... More >>
Is the Texas Book Festival protecting George W.?
HISD's most aggressive marketer comes back to help
Did a Channel 13 reporter sneak her way into an exclusive?
Budget woes don't affect HISD's PR department
Surprise, surprise. The Little League has trounced T.H. Rogers.
The district will follow Dallas in preparing to end contract alternative education
Some CEP students have been locked in for years
A popular HISD principal gets eased out the back door -- almost
Principal Lawrence Allen is a role model to some, an inept bumbler to others. Jones High School is split: Magnet-program parents versus the local community. It's up to Superintendent Kaye Stripling to make it right. Lucky her.
Did an old feud foil a plan to treat HISD kids to Lord of the Rings?
HISD cuts $2 million from CEP's lucrative deal and adds more controls.
Rod Paige searches for the perfect image, and CEP wiggles in even closer to the power source -- wherever it can find it
Thousands of students disappear from our schools yearly, but the TEA insists they're not dropouts
HISD settles with parents over CEP punishments
Bellaire's solution to the student parking shortage: Ban every space
KTRK and the Chronicle contribute to an HISD campaign
Jose dropped out and can't figure out a way to get back in. Neither can his mom. HISD is deep into a hands-off mode.
HISD and a paid trustee get entangled in the spreading empire of a private firm touting safe alternative schools for troubled kids. So why are some students and parents so scared?