Daily Monitor

Austin principal who faced discrimination complaints resigns

Facing allegations of discrimination against immigrant parents and her removal from the post in April, Austin school principal Gabbie Soto will resign her job. Soto,...

Consultant tells Georgetown not to manage its own utility department

Story date 5-15-17; posted 6-6-17 The City of Georgetown shouldn’t rely on its own utility department to manage its energy, a consultant told city leaders...
Austin Police Department

Private investigation raises troubling questions about Houston raid

Story date 5-15-17; posted 6-6-17 An independent forensics review at a Houston residence in Pecan Park where a botched drug raid occurred turned up plenty...
corpus christi

Two lawsuits allege excessive force by Corpus Christi police

Two recently filed federal lawsuits allege that Corpus Christi police violated the civil rights of two city residents by using excessive force, KRIS 6...
Uresti divorce

Credit union chief pleads guilty to bank fraud in loan that...

The CEO of a teachers’ credit union in Pecos has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit bank fraud in connection with a loan that...
Medical Examiner

FBI investigating Lubbock County medical examiner service

The FBI is investigating San Diego-based National Autopsy Assay Group Pathology Labs, the third-party service that recently chose not to renew its contract to...
Vote

Mayoral candidate sues over election results in Whitney

A mayoral candidate in the town of Whitney in central Texas has filed suit over the May 4 election results, alleging a host of...
Houston

Fifth violation of funding rules at MD Anderson doesn’t merit firing

Alleged violations of federal funding rules by a fifth scientist at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston didn’t merit disciplinary action, the center has...

Dallas council member cleared of ethics charge in zoning vote

Dallas City Council member Philip Kingston didn’t benefit any more from a zoning change he pushed than did any other resident of his East...