Lawsuit: Former Williamson deputy says report of illegal activities led to his firing – News – Austin American-Statesman

ROUND ROCK — A former sheriff's deputy has filed a whistleblower lawsuit against Williamson County, saying he was fired in July because he reported that the sheriff had illegally used county workers and county money on...

Lawsuit filed against Houston claims racial discrimination in process that led up to hiring of Dana Holgorsen – CollegeFootballTalk

On Dec. 30 of last year, Houston officially fired Major Applewhite as its head coach even as speculation about his future at the AAC school had flared for days.  Just three days later, Dana...

Timeline: How a conservative activist’s meeting with Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen led to a Texas Rangers investigation | Politics

House Speaker Dennis Bonnen, one of the most powerful politicians in Texas, and one of his top lieutenants, Rep. Dustin Burrows of Lubbock, are embroiled in a political scandal involving a meeting the two had with...

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