The release of toxic chemicals at Arkema's Crosby outpost during Hurricane Harvey has led to criminal charges against its CEO and plant manager.
A story of Alzheimer’s disease, the Texas juvenile justice system, and the miraculous power of unconditional love.
Houston doesn’t have particularly high rates of other violent crimes, so why is it that our town has suddenly become The Town?
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
Fifty years ago, with the Bayou City exploding, a bank that couldn’t keep up paid the price.
A new program allows those with non-violent misdemeanors to have offenses and warrants removed from their records.
Meet three celebs who were glad to have Houston’s lawyer-to-the-stars.
Defense attorney Kent Schaffer and the notorious 2007 teenage murder trial that gripped Houston.
Exonerated from death row and working for justice, Anthony Graves doesn’t have a moment to waste.
Dept. of Editorial Justice
A discovery that Houstonia is prohibited in Texas jails illuminates the often-arbitrary rules governing what prisoners can—or can’t—read.