Bobby GoldsteinThe Vancouver Sun brings word this morning that Bobby Goldstein -- the man behind Cheaters and former-KTVT'er Robert Riggs's boss since February -- is opening an outpost in British Columbia this month. Right now, he's got about 30 folks working out of the Lovers Lane HQ, but it seems ... More >>
Robert RiggsBobby Goldstein Productions is best known as the company behind the TV series Cheaters. Robert Riggs is best known as the ace TV investigative reporter who, in March 2008, was among those at KTVT-Channel 11 inexplicably laid off during a round of CBS-mandated downsizing. Both Bobs turn u ... More >>
Morning News waits and waits to acknowledge CBS-11's scoop of an ethically challenged state rep
CBS Channel 11 at 10 p.m.
Plus: After Moses; Word Up
Kids T-shirts make a statement
Plus: Where's Newy?
When inspiration calls, I listen...and then I type 1,250 words
Steve Mauldin returns to KTVT as general manager
Channel 11's Rene Syler makes a big-market leap, and the press jumps her, of course
Baby-faced Brett Shipp grows up--film at 10
Another Bad Apple, Don't Believe the Hoax, Save the Forest
Belo pays Peavy, and Riggs cries foul. Who won? The lawyers, of course.
The CueCat-astrophe continues as the Morning News announces job cuts
Channel 4's Becky Oliver is queen of ambush journalism, wielding her microphone like a sword. Sure it's cheap and sensational. It's also a lot harder than it looks.
Tracy Rowlett and a lot of cash are making Channel 11 better--not that you're watching
Or, how a Democrat and reviled former DISD board president found a happy home pushing "educational acoountability" for the GOP
Whoa, Baby; Mutual Paranoia; Scary Columnist
An appeals court says Robert Riggs and Belo were the bad guys, not Dan Peavy
The U.S. attorney general accuses WFAA of violating anti-wiretapping laws in the Peavy case
An about-face over release of the Peavy Tapes puts DISD trustees opposite Sandy Kress
If the government has its way, no one else will know the contents of these controversial chats
U.S. Attorney Paul Coggins loves feeding his name to the papers. But what's he done that's news?
When Sandy Kress was school board president, he and Dan Peavy held private discussions on how to limit the influence of black school board members. Their conversations were captured on the Peavy Tapes, which Kress has fought hard to keep secret. Now, U.S.
Why I'm trading my typewriter for diapers and drool cloths
Channel 5's Marty Griggin and Channel 8's Robert Riggs race for ratings as their stations struggle for dominance of local television news