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Muni Madness

Muni Madness

News: City and school elections, Fiesta’s official afterparty (we kid), technically begin April 29 when early voting opens. The early voting closes... By Michael Barajas 4/17/2013
Solar Flare Between CPS and Local Industry

Solar Flare Between CPS and Local Industry

News: A report this year from the Edison Electric Institute, a trade group of investor-owned utilities, spells out how rooftop solar could lay waste to... By Michael Barajas 4/17/2013
Lamar Smith chimes in on immigration… again.

Lamar Smith chimes in on immigration… again.

News: Low-risk, non-violent immigrants released from Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention centers?! Cue the outrage from Congressman Lamar... By Michael Barajas 3/6/2013
State of the City

State of the City

News: By Michael Barajas 3/6/2013
Judge recommends overturning former SAPD officer's child-rape conviction

Judge recommends overturning former SAPD officer's child-rape conviction

News: Frank Navarijo was still recovering from a surgery that removed his cancerous prostate when he was accused of raping his daughter in 1998. By Michael Barajas 2/27/2013
Former Jail Standards director on why Lyle Larson, and Joe Arpaio, are wrong on tent jails

Former Jail Standards director on why Lyle Larson, and Joe Arpaio, are wrong on tent jails

News: Before the Lege's 2011 session, San Antonio's GOP state Rep. Lyle Larson declared on his campaign website, “Sheriff Joe is right.” By Michael Barajas 2/27/2013
AG appeals Southtown building sale

AG appeals Southtown building sale

Newsmonger: Apparently Rosario's owner Lisa Wong isn't the only one troubled by shady dealings behind the sale of her Southtown restaurant's... By Michael Barajas 2/13/2013
Council approves SAWS rate hike

Council approves SAWS rate hike

Newsmonger: After hours of heated discussion, Council last week voted 8-3 to approve San Antonio Water System's requested 8.4 percent rate increase. By Michael Barajas 2/13/2013
Texas loses money by ignoring children's needs

Texas loses money by ignoring children's needs

Newsmonger: Advocacy group Texans Care for Children last week released a new year-long study finding that Texas spends $14.3 billion and $20 billion more... By Michael Barajas 2/13/2013
Pollack steps down at Our Lady of the Lake

Pollack steps down at Our Lady of the Lake

Newsmonger: Tessa Martínez Pollack's tumultuous stint as president of Our Lady of the Lake University will end March 1. By Andrew Oxford 2/13/2013
Newsmonger: Strip-club regs stalled, military still mishandling sexual assault reports

Newsmonger: Strip-club regs stalled, military still mishandling sexual assault reports

Newsmonger: Strippers in local clubs can stick to their pasties, for now. The city this week had planned to start enforcing its new strip-club ordinance, which stipulates... By Michael Barajas 2/6/2013
LGBT Liaison in Castro's corner

LGBT Liaison in Castro's corner

News: When the Human Rights Campaign released its 2012 Municipal Equality Index, San Antonio scored a 48 out of 100, compared to Austin's and Dallas' scores of 91 and 76, respectively. As a reaction, Mayor Julián Castro last week appointed senior policy advisor By Michael Barajas 1/23/2013
Murder City: Police stats show 2012 had more kills in San Antonio

Murder City: Police stats show 2012 had more kills in San Antonio

Newsmonger: Nationally, homicides have continued to decrease steadily since about 2005. According to FBI stats and previous media reports, San Antonio's... By Michael Barajas 1/23/2013
Newsmonger: The loophole that keeps on giving, Exoneration Commission

Newsmonger: The loophole that keeps on giving, Exoneration Commission

Newsmonger: Last week the city's Planning Commission green-lighted more dense development over the Edwards Aquifer's environmentally sensitive recharge zone, a porous slice... By Michael Barajas 1/16/2013
Newsmonger: AF recruiter charged with rape, Chan targets Nexolon deal

Newsmonger: AF recruiter charged with rape, Chan targets Nexolon deal

Newsmonger: Air Force officials this week announced a litany of charges against a Houston-area recruiter, saying he raped and sodomized potential recruits, among other crimes. By Michael Barajas 1/9/2013
Newsmonger: The wheel of (in)justice, San Antonio's Finest

Newsmonger: The wheel of (in)justice, San Antonio's Finest

Newsmonger: In the quiet fight between judges and commissioners over how to tackle indigent defense in Bexar County, one side's starting to drop some troubling data... By Michael Barajas 12/26/2012
Newsmonger: Hays Restoration Group sues city, Retaliation in exoneration case, Review panel recommends withdrawing UT fracking study

Newsmonger: Hays Restoration Group sues city, Retaliation in exoneration case, Review panel recommends withdrawing UT fracking study

Newsmonger: A group of local activists and East Side residents continue to fight the city-approved deal to build a microbrewery next to the... This summer Council By Michael Barajas 12/12/2012
Newsmonger: AG investigation into Daughters, Tracking chips and Devil marks, Climate bomb

Newsmonger: AG investigation into Daughters, Tracking chips and Devil marks, Climate bomb

Newsmonger: Buried in its 38-page report slamming the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, the state Attorney General's office hones in on what led to the group's years... 11/28/2012
Newsmonger: Transgender Day of Remembrance, Lackland\'s sexcapades, Lege preview: good, bad, & weird

Newsmonger: Transgender Day of Remembrance, Lackland's sexcapades, Lege preview: good, bad, & weird

Newsmonger: The Lackland trainee reported in April 2009 her trainer kept entering into her dorm after midnight, where he "harassed and flirted" with her. "While he was... 11/20/2012
Newsmonger: Q&A with Cecile Richards

Newsmonger: Q&A with Cecile Richards

Newsmonger: Should the courts rule that Texas must allow Planned Parenthood to remain a provider in the widely successful Women's Health Program, Governor Rick Perry would rather end the WHP altogether. Perry made that crystal clear at a Halloween press conference in G By Michael Barajas 11/14/2012
Newsmonger: DPS under fire, Woman nabbed in murder-for-hire plot, Millions spent on school punishment in TX

Newsmonger: DPS under fire, Woman nabbed in murder-for-hire plot, Millions spent on school punishment in TX

Newsmonger: Civil liberties groups, immigrant advocates and a group of Texas elected officials are outraged over a DPS helicopter sniper who fatally shot... 11/7/2012
Newsmonger: Clinton stumps for Gallego,Pre-K 4 SA debated, Local lawyer vying for Supremes

Newsmonger: Clinton stumps for Gallego,Pre-K 4 SA debated, Local lawyer vying for Supremes

Newsmonger: Former President Bill Clinton spoke to an overflow crowd at South San Antonio High School last week aiming to boost Democratic turnout at a crucial moment for... By Michael Barajas 10/31/2012
Newsmonger: CNN's solar hit job, 'Gloves are off' in judge race

Newsmonger: CNN's solar hit job, 'Gloves are off' in judge race

Newsmonger: There was more confusion than worry when CNN producers began sniffing around San Antonio's historic 400 kilowatt power-purchase agreement between CPS Energy and... 10/24/2012
Newsmonger: Got hope? Bexar health statistics still unequal, Innocence case gaining traction

Newsmonger: Got hope? Bexar health statistics still unequal, Innocence case gaining traction

Newsmonger: UT Health Science Center's Center for Medical Humanities celebrated 10 years of being a voice of "compassion in medicine" with a shocking look at the... 10/17/2012
Newsmonger: State rejects GEO's bid for psych hospital, Fusion Centers under fire, Ethics probe heads to hearing

Newsmonger: State rejects GEO's bid for psych hospital, Fusion Centers under fire, Ethics probe heads to hearing

Newsmonger: What exactly was it that tanked the GEO Group's proposal to take over management of the Kerrville State Hospital? Was it the patient found dead in a... 10/10/2012
Newsmonger: DiGiovanni ethics breakdown, War on Planned Parenthood hurt family planning in Texas, Radioactive waste en route from Vermont to Texas

Newsmonger: DiGiovanni ethics breakdown, War on Planned Parenthood hurt family planning in Texas, Radioactive waste en route from Vermont to Texas

Newsmonger: Did Deputy City Manager Pat DiGiovanni grease the wheels at City Hall for a developer who just helped him land a new job? According to City Manager Sheryl... 10/3/2012
Newsmonger: Congress will hold Lackland hearings

Newsmonger: Congress will hold Lackland hearings

Newsmonger: The House Armed Services Committee announced last week it will hold hearings on the sex abuse scandal that has... 9/19/2012
Newsmonger: Symphony woes, Eagle Ford reserves questioned, Money laundering probe

Newsmonger: Symphony woes, Eagle Ford reserves questioned, Money laundering probe

Newsmonger: As classic music lovers anticipate the October 5 season opener featuring works by Russian masters Rachmaninoff and Rimsky-Korsakov, a contract offer... 9/12/2012
Newsmonger: How a purse snatcher got life in prison, ICE lawsuit over DREAM-like deferral

Newsmonger: How a purse snatcher got life in prison, ICE lawsuit over DREAM-like deferral

Newsmonger: The prosecution's video shows Lorenzo Thompson sitting in an SAPD interrogation room hours after his arrest in April 2010. As detectives quietly monitor him from... 8/29/2012
Newsmonger: Residents oppose Newell Recycling move, Push and pull over Bexar County Jail

Newsmonger: Residents oppose Newell Recycling move, Push and pull over Bexar County Jail

Newsmonger: A smelly, metal-shredding neighbor may complicate ongoing plans to revive the iconic Lone Star Brewery to its former glory. Newell Recycling has been... 8/22/2012
Newsmonger: Hill Country unfair?, Public to vote on Brainpower

Newsmonger: Hill Country unfair?, Public to vote on Brainpower

Newsmonger: About a dozen teenagers and organizers with Southwest Workers Union protested outside an Eastside H-E-B on the corner of Houston and New Braunfels last week... 8/15/2012
Newsmonger: First Camp Lejeune, Next Toxic Triangle?, Inside closed Lackland briefing

Newsmonger: First Camp Lejeune, Next Toxic Triangle?, Inside closed Lackland briefing

Newsmonger: Council last week gave unanimous blessing to Alamo Beer Co.'s plans to build a microbrewery on the east end of the historic Hays Street Bridge... 8/8/2012
Newsmonger: Lackland AFB alleged sex scandal victims climbs to 38, Adoption Services Associates investigated by the AG, Frack-study author takes industry money

Newsmonger: Lackland AFB alleged sex scandal victims climbs to 38, Adoption Services Associates investigated by the AG, Frack-study author takes industry money

Newsmonger: "It's bullshit." — Darren E. Sherkat, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale professor, speaking to the Chronicle of Higher Education about UT Austin prof... 8/1/2012
Newsmonger: This \'rational\' energy discussion is brought to you by Shell, Home invasion or drug cartel spillover?

Newsmonger: This 'rational' energy discussion is brought to you by Shell, Home invasion or drug cartel spillover?

Newsmonger: NOTED "In the short term, this incident will give some liberal Democrats an opportunity to talk about gun control in an environment where people are listening, but in the long... 7/25/2012
Newsmonger: SA man sues feds, state to get God out of court (and off the bills), Real ID wrasslin' continues in D.C., New documents show where DPS wanted drones in South Texas

Newsmonger: SA man sues feds, state to get God out of court (and off the bills), Real ID wrasslin' continues in D.C., New documents show where DPS wanted drones in South Texas

Newsmonger: “Heavy reliance upon the military to quell lawlessness and directly confront the narcotics syndicates appears to have been largely ineffective — and in some... 7/18/2012
The QueQue: Anti-Muslim hate on the rise in SA, Border Wall reanimating in Rio Grande floodplain

The QueQue: Anti-Muslim hate on the rise in SA, Border Wall reanimating in Rio Grande floodplain

The QueQue: "We are Americans," said a frustrated Tahir Khan last week from his North Side porch. A Pakistani immigrant who moved to the country over three decades ago... 7/11/2012
The QueQue: Fracking waste leads to injection well standoff in Wilson County, Beer dreams get upper hand in Hays Street Bridge scuffle, Bexar County jail suicide by spoon

The QueQue: Fracking waste leads to injection well standoff in Wilson County, Beer dreams get upper hand in Hays Street Bridge scuffle, Bexar County jail suicide by spoon

The QueQue: The air outside Trudi Buckley's rural Wilson County home stinks with the noxious odor of hydrogen sulfide, the smell seeping from a waste injection well just 150... 7/3/2012
The QueQue: Ramen noodles, Bexar County, and wage theft, LGBT discrimination and SA city codes, Bernal driving out the moneychangers

The QueQue: Ramen noodles, Bexar County, and wage theft, LGBT discrimination and SA city codes, Bernal driving out the moneychangers

The QueQue: "This is an unusual project," said David Marquez, Director of Bexar County Economic Development when asked about his efforts to entice Maruchan, Inc., to San Antonio. 6/27/2012
The QueQue: Timothy Poe's act of exaggerated valor, GEO sued over death in custody, A&M-SA did investigate Bradford's claims

The QueQue: Timothy Poe's act of exaggerated valor, GEO sued over death in custody, A&M-SA did investigate Bradford's claims

The QueQue: Every so often, the internet gives us the opportunity to watch lies implode in real time. That may apply to last week's case of San Antonio singer and war vet Timothy Poe. 6/13/2012
The QueQue: Castro smooths way for solar rebate negotiations, SBOE voters and the name game, Salt in the wound for shoddy Overton trial

The QueQue: Castro smooths way for solar rebate negotiations, SBOE voters and the name game, Salt in the wound for shoddy Overton trial

The QueQue: The confusion over solar rebates is a tad closer to a positive resolution — at least from the viewpoint of local solar installers who complained to Council recently... 6/6/2012
The QueQue: COSA tackles towing fees, Rate hike for UTSA's dismal grad rates, Small victory in Goliad County

The QueQue: COSA tackles towing fees, Rate hike for UTSA's dismal grad rates, Small victory in Goliad County

The QueQue: This month the City of San Antonio began to enforce a little-known city ordinance passed in 2002 that caps towing charges at $85 (a howl away from that near-$300 fees we've... 5/30/2012
The QueQue: Tower of Hope's whistleblower alleges school refused protections, Wentworth files defamation suit

The QueQue: Tower of Hope's whistleblower alleges school refused protections, Wentworth files defamation suit

The QueQue: With school ending, there's a lesser-heard tale from Texas A&M San Antonio's "tower fight" worthy of airing. It hinges on the experience of adjunct criminology... 5/23/2012
The QueQue: Local races to watch: deal-makers and puppet masters, SA bleeding the "creative class", Violence Against Women Act Rollbacks

The QueQue: Local races to watch: deal-makers and puppet masters, SA bleeding the "creative class", Violence Against Women Act Rollbacks

The QueQue: It took us a while to get here, what with a redistricting snafu that dragged Texas into the halls of the U.S. Supreme Court and all. But political primaries are... 5/16/2012
QueQue: Slowing CPS solar rebates hurting installers, EFF cracks window on Texas drone surveillance

QueQue: Slowing CPS solar rebates hurting installers, EFF cracks window on Texas drone surveillance

The QueQue: For the would-be clean-tech capital of the universe, the report from a slate of nervous solar installers gathered at Council's Citizens to be Heard session last week was troubling. 5/9/2012
The QueQue: Southtown's un-friendlies, Scientology case ends with a whimper, Awkward timing for a bond ruling

The QueQue: Southtown's un-friendlies, Scientology case ends with a whimper, Awkward timing for a bond ruling

The QueQue: In court Monday, Daniel Boone, 76, spoke of peering over the fence at his Southtown neighbor armed with a Radio Shack-purchased sound meter itching... 5/2/2012
The QueQue: Planned Parenthood hits back, Radwaste site's water risks ruled secret, Building lobby behind Build SA

The QueQue: Planned Parenthood hits back, Radwaste site's water risks ruled secret, Building lobby behind Build SA

The QueQue: A group of Texas Planned Parenthood affiliates fired back at Texas last week, suing the state in federal court in hopes of blocking a new rule set to kick their clinics out of... 4/18/2012
The QueQue: Adkisson blames 'Express' for open records skirmish; Case of Bexar County's missing cocaine

The QueQue: Adkisson blames 'Express' for open records skirmish; Case of Bexar County's missing cocaine

The QueQue: "I'm not inclined to be stepped on or stomped," Bexar County Commissioner Tommy Adkisson said this week, discussing his effort to keep emails from a private account in which... 4/11/2012
The QueQue: Nursing home whistleblowers fired, Lamar Smith's 'Holiday on ICE', TCEQ tracking emissions in the Eagle Ford

The QueQue: Nursing home whistleblowers fired, Lamar Smith's 'Holiday on ICE', TCEQ tracking emissions in the Eagle Ford

The QueQue: More than a month ago two nurse assistants at Bandera Road's Princeton Place nursing home started noticing problems. Sandra Lujan, a four-year veteran of the... 4/4/2012
The QueQue: 2012 rains mean SAWS sewer main breaks, Rick Perry as defender of women's health care?, Fracking and the Clean Air Act

The QueQue: 2012 rains mean SAWS sewer main breaks, Rick Perry as defender of women's health care?, Fracking and the Clean Air Act

The QueQue: Tuesday, San Antonio Water System employees were struggling to clean up a collapsed sewer main that sent 100,000 gallons of wastewater rushing into Rosillo Creek... 3/21/2012
The QueQue: Call for an end to nuclear power in San Antonio, Reactor safety and concerned scientists, CPS Energy plans and public opinion

The QueQue: Call for an end to nuclear power in San Antonio, Reactor safety and concerned scientists, CPS Energy plans and public opinion

The QueQue: It was a dank, dark, drizzly Luminaria-less night, but a dozen-plus protestors trudged past the Federal Building downtown Saturday night with a banner calling on the few squinting drivers and... 3/14/2012
The QueQue: Mass marriage snub, Death penalty malaise, Down-zoning dustup

The QueQue: Mass marriage snub, Death penalty malaise, Down-zoning dustup

The QueQue: For over two decades, the steps of the Bexar County Courthouse have played stage to a Valentine's Day mass marriage ceremony officiated by local pastor Joe Sullivan. 2/22/2012
The QueQue: Biery barks on school prayer, Texas' big dry future, Ames Jones's final RRC shot against EPA

The QueQue: Biery barks on school prayer, Texas' big dry future, Ames Jones's final RRC shot against EPA

The QueQue: Whether with witty quips (like court orders riddled with sarcastic poems) or fiery rulings that sting ("benchslaps" as the legal blogs say), San Antonio judges... 2/15/2012
The QueQue: Heath department ordered to assist suffering inmates, Invasive species get a pass in Texas budget

The QueQue: Heath department ordered to assist suffering inmates, Invasive species get a pass in Texas budget

The QueQue: Not one to roll around in misery all day, the QueQue likes to point out signs of progress. Exhibit One: A new ruling by a Travis County judge last week could force... 2/1/2012
The QueQue: Castro stumps for marriage equality, Plastic bag reduction sagging, Active-duty military suicides jump

The QueQue: Castro stumps for marriage equality, Plastic bag reduction sagging, Active-duty military suicides jump

The QueQue: Friday night, after dozens of U.S. mayors declared their support for same-sex marriage equality at a D.C. press event, Major Julián Castro chimed in over Facebook... 1/25/2012
The QueQue: They saved the internet, Texas, king of the Greenhouse, Occupy the federal courthouse

The QueQue: They saved the internet, Texas, king of the Greenhouse, Occupy the federal courthouse

The QueQue: Grassroots activism and loud criticism from the technophiles among us may have trumped Big Hollywood this time. Though the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) championed by... 1/18/2012
The QueQue: Blood on the tracks, District 3 shuffle, Prisons and profits

The QueQue: Blood on the tracks, District 3 shuffle, Prisons and profits

The QueQue: On Christmas Day, an ex-Haven for Hope resident recently banned from the shelter stepped onto the tracks that edge the homeless services campus and into a moving train. 1/11/2012
The QueQue: Bye-Bye Occupy?, Science may win in censorship standoff with TCEQ

The QueQue: Bye-Bye Occupy?, Science may win in censorship standoff with TCEQ

QueQue: Two months of cooperation devolved with a 15-minute ultimatum Monday when a handful of arrests at HemisFair Park effectively quashed the rosy relationship that’s existed between... 12/21/2011
The QueQue: SA sex trafficking exposed, Texas killing Women’s Health Program quietly

The QueQue: SA sex trafficking exposed, Texas killing Women’s Health Program quietly

The QueQue: Most of the young girls told similar stories: each started young, somewhere around 13-years-old, sold into sex slavery on San Antonio’s streets, often kept in line with violence, fear, and drug addiction. 12/7/2011
The QueQue: Democrats shimmy, shake to new map, Gonzalez’s retirement, Free testing in SA on World AIDS day

The QueQue: Democrats shimmy, shake to new map, Gonzalez’s retirement, Free testing in SA on World AIDS day

Artifacts: In our pre-Thanksgiving political climate, you could feel bad blood simmering between longtime Democratic Congressman Lloyd Doggett and state Rep. Joaquin Castro, both entering what appeared to be 11/30/2011
The QueQue: TPWD burro killings roiling West Texas, Preservation fights continue to percolate River Road

The QueQue: TPWD burro killings roiling West Texas, Preservation fights continue to percolate River Road

The QueQue: When the Marfa Sentinel broke the news in 2007 that Texas Parks & Wildlife officials were secretly shooting down wild burros inside the more than 300,000-acre Big Bend Ranch State Park... 11/22/2011
The QueQue: Science fair: SA teacher petitions the TCEQ, Despite headlines, fracking not out of the woods yet

The QueQue: Science fair: SA teacher petitions the TCEQ, Despite headlines, fracking not out of the woods yet

The QueQue: It seemed like just one more Change.org petition. Honestly, it was just one more Change.org petition — one of an estimated 50,000 that have been started on the site since it launched in 2007. 11/16/2011
The QueQue: State centers for the disabled: ‘still deplorable’, Bank Transfer Day a boon for RBCU

The QueQue: State centers for the disabled: ‘still deplorable’, Bank Transfer Day a boon for RBCU

The QueQue: A settlement between the state of Texas and the U.S. Department of Justice in 2009 should have at least started showing signs of improvement at 13 State Supported Living Centers, home to hundreds of residents with severe developmental disabilities. 11/9/2011
The QueQue: Racist gun instructor proudly shame-free, After Willingham: Arson investigators get new rules, UTSA prof considers Libyan run for presidency

The QueQue: Racist gun instructor proudly shame-free, After Willingham: Arson investigators get new rules, UTSA prof considers Libyan run for presidency

The QueQue: Hill Country gun instructor Crockett Keller has become Texas’ latest racist heard ’round the country. “Attention. Be a victor not a victim,” begins his advert for concealed handgun courses... 11/2/2011
The QueQue: Pearl to get railroaded, ACLU sues ICE, CCA over Hutto assaults, TCEQ’s plot to destroy the planet exposed

The QueQue: Pearl to get railroaded, ACLU sues ICE, CCA over Hutto assaults, TCEQ’s plot to destroy the planet exposed

The QueQue: Despite a no vote from District 10 Councilman Carlton Soules and District 5 Councilman David Medina’s no show, San Antonio’s Council bravely vaulted fringe objections from the Homeowner Taxpayer Association 10/26/2011
The QueQue: SA fluoride resistance hits LULAC, Streetcar wrasslin’, Occupy speaks

The QueQue: SA fluoride resistance hits LULAC, Streetcar wrasslin’, Occupy speaks

The QueQue: Thanks to San Antonio activist Henry Rodriguez, the League of United Latin American Citizens took a strong swipe at the fluoridation of public drinking-water supplies in July. 10/19/2011
The QueQue: Occupied

The QueQue: Occupied

The QueQue: Almost everyone likes a party in our fiesta town (though not necessarily every party). Give this one a try? 10/12/2011
The QueQue: Occupy San Anto! (sort of), Tar sands = human rights?, Castro redirects VIA streetcar plan

The QueQue: Occupy San Anto! (sort of), Tar sands = human rights?, Castro redirects VIA streetcar plan

The QueQue: Taking a cue from the ambitious, ongoing protest in New York City aimed at shaking the foundations of the corporatocracy 10/5/2011
The QueQue: Streetcar desires, Perry Poppin’, Climatologists want to correct data twisters

The QueQue: Streetcar desires, Perry Poppin’, Climatologists want to correct data twisters

The QueQue: As VIA officials shop their own streetcar vision to City Council today, they’re headed for a clash with Mayor Julián Castro and at least one councilman 9/28/2011
The QueQue: Northside ISD sued in child’s shooting, Defunding firefighters, Chimp alert!

The QueQue: Northside ISD sued in child’s shooting, Defunding firefighters, Chimp alert!

The QueQue: Northside ISD sued in child’s shooting 9/14/2011
The QueQue: Protesting Canadian tar sands in Texas, Global warning hasn’t reached Perry

The QueQue: Protesting Canadian tar sands in Texas, Global warning hasn’t reached Perry

The QueQue: Protesting Canadian tar sands in Texas East Texas resident David Daniel didn’t know anything about the planned 1,700-mile pipeline called the Keystone XL, planned to run tar-sands-derived oil (a sludge up to 70 times thicker than traditional crude oil) fr 8/24/2011
QueQue: H-E-B expanding downtown, Fear of Southtown loafing (times infinity), ICMA nods at SA, Casa Maldonado not so wretched?

QueQue: H-E-B expanding downtown, Fear of Southtown loafing (times infinity), ICMA nods at SA, Casa Maldonado not so wretched?

The QueQue: The Brothers of Fallen Heroes were supposed to be providing a military salute at a fellow veteran’s funeral Tuesday night 7/27/2011
The QueQue: Children’s climate crusade, Intelligent design on the march, Principals are the real school bullies?, A lot of frackin’ water

The QueQue: Children’s climate crusade, Intelligent design on the march, Principals are the real school bullies?, A lot of frackin’ water

The QueQue: Commissioners rejected a petition by a children’s movement calling on the state to take action on climate change 7/20/2011
QueQue: Doggett hits Westside march, Wentworth’s ad war, Lamar targets kinder, gentler ICE

QueQue: Doggett hits Westside march, Wentworth’s ad war, Lamar targets kinder, gentler ICE

The QueQue: Doggett hits Westside march Republican redistricting pushed Austin-based Congressmen Lloyd Doggett into a linear Congressional district — at least temporarily — stretching from Austin to San Antonio. And though he claims he has yet to start officially cam 7/6/2011
The QueQue, June 29, 2011

The QueQue, June 29, 2011

The QueQue: 6/29/2011
The QueQue, June 22, 2011

The QueQue, June 22, 2011

The QueQue: Green unveiling It may smack sustainable-city leaders in such affluent locales as Berkeley, Portland, or Chicago as an upstart challenge, but on Monday San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro minced no words in declaring that the Alamo City is now officially gunn 6/22/2011

The QueQue, June 15, 2011

The QueQue: 6/15/2011

The QueQue, June 8, 2011

The QueQue: Camp Bullis: Trees today, trees tomorrow If we had a Doomsday Clock at Current HQ (something we’ve been seriously considering — since, like, way before the last non-rapture rapture), some poor intern would be tasked with pushing the minute hand forward t 6/8/2011

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