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Tenants of Affordable Complex Face Mold, Pests, and Raising Rent
For months, tenants at the affordable Palms on Lamar apartment complex say they have been enduring mold, severe pest infestations, and faulty AC units during this record-hot summer.

12:21PM Tue. Oct. 3, Maya Wright Read More | Comment »

Elon Musk Sued for Slander by Attorney Who Successfully Sued Alex Jones
The same attorney who won the $45 million Sandy Hook defamation lawsuit against Alex Jones last year is accusing Elon Musk of slander.

2:16PM Mon. Oct. 2, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

Architect of “Bounty-Hunter” Abortion Ban Wants List of Abortion Seekers
Jonathan Mitchell – who helped write Texas’ vigilante abortion ban SB 8 – now wants to get his hands on lists of people who have sought nonprofit support to get abortions, along with people who donated to those nonprofits.

7:05PM Fri. Sep. 29, Maggie Q. Thompson Read More | Comment »

Interim City Manager Appoints Police Oversight Director Without National Search
Interim City Manager Jesús Garza has made yet another change to city government that could have implications beyond the temporary nature of his employment.

3:16PM Fri. Sep. 29, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

Real “Bernie” Sues Prison System, Is Allowed Air-Conditioned Cell
Bernhardt Tiede, the mortician whose murder of a wealthy widow served as the inspiration for Richard Linklater’s black comedy Bernie, has been granted an additional 30 days in an air-conditioned cell.

1:02PM Fri. Sep. 29, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

Insane Inmate Deemed Too Ill to Murder
A very rare thing occurred in death penalty jurisprudence on Thursday: Scott Panetti, one of the most clearly insane people in the history of Texas’ Death Row, was found too mentally ill to be executed.

12:04PM Fri. Sep. 29, Brant Bingamon Read More | Comment »

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Senate Hopeful Colin Allred Makes His Moderate-Dem Case Against Ted Cruz
The Texas Tribune held its annual politics-focused festival last week with high-profile speakers including one Sen. Ted Cruz.

1:35PM Wed. Sep. 27, Oscar Rodriguez Read More | Comment »

New Mental Health Court Aims to Increase Treatment While Reducing Jail Stays
Think of the most shockingly brutal and random attacks you’ve ever read about, and the attacker was almost certainly out of touch with reality. Whether such violence is best stopped by jailing people or treating them is an ongoing debate in America, but, as it is, schizophrenia is treatable and our jail is full.

1:33PM Wed. Sep. 27, Maggie Q. Thompson Read More | Comment »

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