UPDATED (4:35 p.m.): The Mayor's Office of Special Events released a statement about the performance. Meteorologists, farmers and other weather-watchers around here may know that Texas has again entered another official drought. But not Monday night when a sudden downpour put a damper on the City o ... More >>
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A rebellion spreads within a city department
A walk in the city parks department
The best and worst from the Brown days
A miffed Lanier makes common cause with the controller
There's some fury over a jury deciding who gets in the parade
Jim Edwards quickly built a long-distance-dialing empire. But he couldn't keep the distress calls on hold. Then the line went dead.
A mass murderer forges a strange union with Houston crime victims
The renovation of Miller Outdoor Theatre continues to crawl along
Another dubious deal for private operators raises the question: Who's serving the public here?
Under Bob Lanier and director Bill Smith, the city's Parks Department has been on a budget-busting blowout. But who's counting, right?
The city's sparing no expense for its youth soccer director
A basketball hoop strikes terror into the hearts of some Bellaire residents
For the city, both money and employees are expendable when it comes to youth soccer
The golf course giveaway is falling apart, but some city workers are paying the price
Privatization of Houston's municipal golf courses has been a bad deal for everybody but the operators. But golfers and taxpayers had best look out: the city's on the verge of giving away two more of it courses.