Daily Monitor

Judge rules TEA must pay whistleblower $200K

A U.S. Department of Education administrative judge ruled Friday that the Texas Education Agency must pay more than $200,000 to a whistleblower who was...
Hurricane Harvey

Victoria County seeks more work documentation from Harvey repair company

Victoria County officials want more documentation from the company that has helped repair government facilities in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the Victoria Advocate...

Employee of McAllen federal jail indicted for alleged sex act with...

Five employees at East Hidalgo Detention Center in McAllen were indicted Friday, one of those for sexual abuse of an inmate, the Associated Press...

 Austin police detective claims he was blocked from promotions due to...

An Austin Police Department detective claims in a lawsuit filed Friday that the department blocks black employees from top-ranking positions, CBS Austin reported.  Officer Lamarcus...
Judge

Judge: Fort Worth allowed to hunt for new police chief

A judge said Thursday that Fort Worth may search for a new police chief to replace former chief Joel Fitzgerald, who is suing the...

Dallas County deputies accused of stealing from Home Depot leveled by...

Two Dallas County sheriff’s deputies are accused of looting a local Home Depot store that was destroyed by a recent tornado, The Dallas Morning...

Irving church congregation kept silent about child abuse for six years

Nearly 100 members of the Irving Church of Christ knew for six years that a former parishioner had sexually abused a teenage boy, but...

Ex-Houston police officers at center of deadly drug raid arrested by...

Former Houston police officers Gerald Goines and Steven Bryant, the two men at the center of a drug raid that went fatally wrong earlier...

Victoria sheriff seeks answers on Harvey recovery work 

Victoria County Sheriff T. Michael O’Connor is worried that the county hasn’t properly spent recovery money for Hurricane Harvey damages. The Victoria Advocate received a...