How Metro and its president Frank Wilson got so far off track.
We told you earlier today about prominent pastor James Dixon being charged with assault his wife after an incident in which police reports say he "threw her to the ground."The media reports caught the eye of longtime Metro critic Tom Bazan, who immediately thought of his own run-in with Dixon, wh ... More >>
A couple months back, we wrote about Metro receiving notification from the Federal Transit Administration, saying Metro had violated federal civil rights laws, but we hadn't seen a draft of the preliminary report. Now we have, and, apparently, Metro hasn't been too concerned with the federal laws. A ... More >>
We reported yesterday on things looking up for Metro, but today Hair Balls learned that our transit authority is violating the federal government's definition of civil rights. According to a letter dated April 27, the Federal Transit Administration conducted a Title VI Compliance Review of Metro ... More >>
Some important things could have been resolved at today's Metro board meeting, particularly the absence of a contract between Metro and an outside company to design and build four proposed light-rail lines, the cornerstone of future mass transit in Houston.Instead, we got wife-beating. It started wh ... More >>
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