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State contractor fined, prison guards indicted, HCC bribery report released, possible...

A key state contractor has been fined $500,000 by the Securities and Exchange Commission for alleged political contributions to candidates in the governor and...

Major state contractor fined $500K for violating SEC rules

A key state contractor has been fined $500,000 by the Securities and Exchange Commission for alleged political contributions to candidates in the governor and...

Austin citizens group set to turn in signatures to get audit...

The organizer of a drive for an outside city audit in Austin said today he will present a petition with more than 32,000 signatures...
Prison personnel indicted over evidence tampering and inmate violation quotas

Prison personnel indicted over evidence tampering and inmate violation quotas

A prison guard major who resigned and three guards who were fired after corruption was uncovered at the W.F. Ramsey Unit in Rosharon have...
HCC final report

Final HCC bribery report made public, minor violations by trustees found

Houston Community College can do better with its procurement process by reducing chances for trustees to exert improper influence, says a report ordered last...
Richardson open meetings law

Former Richardson trustee sues school board, district, over open-meetings practices

A former Richardson schools trustee has alleged in court filings that district board members repeatedly and intentionally violated the state’s open meetings law by...

Lawsuit over bus camera technology isn’t likely to clear the water...

Dallas County Schools lost its mandate last November, when voters approved dissolving the mismanaged bus services agency, but the effects of corruption there are...
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Austin affordable housing’s big bond, dashcam video lawsuit, former South Texas...

Austin City Council last week approved a $925 million bond issue — more than 44 percent higher than what city staff recommended, due mostly...
Austin music

Almost none of bold Austin city musician subsidy plans have been...

In February of 2016, Austin Mayor Steve Adler warned that the thousands of musicians who drive the “Live Music Capital of the World” were...