Central Texas residents fight new permits for wastewater discharge

Residents and environmental advocates are fighting against a plan to allow a wastewater treatment plant to dump up to 160,000 gallons of treated wastewater...
Judge

Appeals court sends case back to Harris County judge who urged...

The Texas First Court of Appeals last week overturned a ruling by a civil court judge who cut off an attorney with the line,...

Travis County correctional officer arrested for falsifying jail log

In the aftermath of an investigation that revealed questionable judgment by jail staff prior to inmates’ deaths, an officer at the Travis County Correctional...

Report suggests poor management of Fort Worth river project

An independent review by Dallas-based consulting firm Riveron said changes may be needed to the management structure of Fort Worth’s Trinity River project. The examination...

Experts question Fort Worth’s blood alcohol testing methods

Experts told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram during its investigation into vials used to test suspected drunken drivers that the Fort Worth Police Department’s practice...

Prison officials indicted for burning possible evidence of theft ring

Three Texas prison officials have been indicted for burning tractor parts that could have been evidence in an investigation into possible theft at the...
Fort Worth

Fired Fort Worth police chief denied request for public hearing

Former Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald won’t get a public hearing about his firing, as he has requested, after the city attorney said...

TEC says former San Antonio councilman violated financial reporting rules

The Texas Ethics Commission hit former San Antonio City Council member Cris Medina with a $4,500 fine on Monday, ruling that he committed multiple...

TWC still isn’t making it easy for students to learn about...

Dozens of students have filed complaints on for-profit schools with the Texas Workforce Commission since Jan. 1, 2018, over excessive charges, unqualified instructors and...