City Hall does the taxi industry's dirty work to kill competition.
Do black politicos get harsher treatment in the courts? Let's talk about it.
I have been looking back at the federal corruption conviction that forced the late Al Lipscomb off the Dallas City Council in 2000. That conviction was set aside two years later by a conservative panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans. We have lessons, people. Lessons. ... More >>
An aging Buzz finds little to celebrate in the year gone by. What did you expect?
Why is ignorance such bliss for so many when it comes to Al Lipscomb?
What the appeals court really said was that Lipscomb had a right to be tried where he was loved
Lipscomb appeal finds a receptive audience in New Orleans
Buzz hacks through the past in search of the cool cats and fools of the year that was
Taking sides; This blows; Hard time
For starters, why not help undo the crooked cab laws he helped pass?
What do you get for 50 bucks a meeting? Thomas Korosec sizes up the man and woman most likely to succeed Al Lipscomb.
Judging Joe Kendall; Elian's kidnapping; Clearing the air; Chaos on Lower Greenville
The city's ordinance governing topless clubs is a joke. But Bachman Lake-area residents are determined to get rid of the clubs by any means necessary.
The Lipscomb trial took us where the News don't shine
Al Lipscomb is on trial for bribery. The real charge is "traitor."
Lipscomb takes his story to Anglo Amarillo and hopes it plays better than prosecutors'
1999, the year Bill Rojas brought panic and paranoia to DISD. But was there any other good news? Buzz takes a look back.
Buzz remembers the year that might have been and proves that not only the winners write the history
Will he die in prison for the sins of the plantation?
From Al Lipscomb to Paul Fielding, it was hard to find straight talk in '96