An acquittal raises more questions about pollution prosecutors' tactics
A court slaps down the D.A.'s bid to broadly expand its antipollution powers
An animal typically has three days before he leaves the city pound, dead or alive. What happens during that time continues to cause concern.
Houston was supposed to be cracking down on polluters. So why has it spent five years cleaning up on little guys like Walter Bazarsky?
Local officials say they are only after compliance and cleanups. Critics claim otherwise.
D.A.'s office charges a street-sweeping firm with illegal dumping and threatens an investigation of possible insurance fraud
Stephen Dicker chases Houston's dirtiest criminals