Metro chief Frank Wilson is our biggest gobbler.
Metro shares some good news from the District Attorney. Metro released news today that the District Attorney's Office has closed its investigation into allegations that Metro employees were illegally destroying documents and violating the Texas Public Information Act. In a one-paragraph letter se ... More >>
The Frank Wilson era gets further into the rearview mirror, Metro hopesThe Metro board has voted to settle the Lloyd Kelley lawsuit that spawned a wild series of tales of the agency shredding paperwork.No details of the settlement were released, but the agency took pains to note how quickly a new ... More >>
How Metro and its president Frank Wilson got so far off track.
They seem to be circling the wagons at Metro. This release just came out: METRO Chairman David S. Wolff announced that he has asked UHY Advisors, a global business advisory and consulting company, to conduct an independent investigation into allegations that public funds were misused at METRO becaus ... More >>
When Sean and Erik Ibarra sued attorney Lloyd Kelley in October over legal fees, one of the questions was what would happen to a separate civil-rights lawsuit with several plaintiffs, including the Ibarras and April Walker, against the sheriff's department and certain deputies.(The original suit, ho ... More >>
The Great Deleter takes the stand
Bill and Annise confront a City Hall curse
Learning to love the one-party state
Is the D.A.'s office for sale to the highest bidder?
and Nobody Filed?
Did a councilman expose Furnituregate or help create it?
Sylvester Turner, Wayne Dolcefino and the story that changed everything
The triumph of Bob and Sheila; the tragicomedy of Craig and Lloyd
Time to pull out those election wish lists
Cops keep secrets. HPD Chief Clarence Bradford wants to reveal them.
What do the FBI and developer Wayne Duddlesten have in common?
An audit of the Greater Houston Wastewater Program uncovers significant flaws in testing and inspections
Lloyd Kelley skates on a conflict-of-interest complaint, leaving plenty of unanswered questions in his wake
Thank the Lord, Jesus Christ above, this is Bob Lanier's last term as mayor of Houston. Now that he's bankrupt every city service, he's leaving the whole mess to somebody else. But who?
The controller-elect's fixer-upper is a real sore spot and something of a mystery to neighbors in the Woodland Heights
Lanier worship reaches an apogee at the mayor's million-dollar bash
The city's ethics committee has no teeth, but it rarely takes a bite. Sometimes it doesn't even take its calls.
Mayor Bob casts a long shadow over the Tyra-Peavy runoff
Are We Having Fun Yet? Or is it just the jangly buzz of advanced urban stress syndrome?