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Multi-million dollar Dallas airport contract approved, Costello negligent in Stormwater plan,...

A lawsuit filed by hundreds of residents of the master-planned Riverstone community in Sugar Land that was flooded during Hurricane Harvey claims that engineering...
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State Rep. wants to curtail colleague’s alleged lobbying, a Dallas airport...

A state lawmaker this week promised to introduce legislation that could address alleged lobbying done by state Rep. Jim Murphy in his role as...
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Abuses of power in Texas; Elgin ISD responds to AG, Houston’s...

Before the case Hall v. McRaven was decided in January 2017, the Supreme Court of Texas had long upheld the principle that “a public...
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School contractor dust-up, school electioneering, Montrose district dissolved

Texas public school districts earlier this year sought to exclude vendors from contracts based on a company’s work for charter schools, according to emails...
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Houston public employees working in shell company, Austin voting voucher program...

The city of Houston created a shell company to pay Houston First employees, keeping the public from knowing how many people were on the...
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Why are Texas voters so forgiving, the Uresti saga continues, and...

Whispers of questionable activity, indictments and even felony convictions cannot thwart a die-hard voter or dampen the enthusiasm of an elected official. State Sen. Carlos...
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Houston City Hall deals, felons allowed on Dallas volunteer boards and...

Four months after Houston City Hall sent out requests for proposals for engineering firms to study a downtown connection to a bullet train that...
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Uresti found guilty, Democracy Vouchers, Murphy’s questionable contract, and the FBI...

Texas state Sen. Carlos Uresti was found guilty on all 11 fraud charges against him in a San Antonio federal court this week. It took...
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Astrodome controversy, Crosby ISD chief gone but still getting paid, AG...

House Speaker Joe Straus blocked a bill last session that would have allowed Harris County voters to go to the polls and decide whether...