Tom Curtis

Stories

Not What the Doctor Ordered

When Houston’s Hermann Hospital sought a cure for its financial ills, it decided to perform major surgery on its agreement with the UT medical school next door.

Texas Monthly Reporter

Onward through the fall at SMU; home on the fringe with Rob Paul; good news from the catalog jungle; a taste of Longhorn.

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

In 1980 a white girl was raped and murdered at Conroe High School, and the police quickly arrested a black janitorial supervisor. Now it looks as if the case wasn’t so open and shut after all.

Terminal Case

Galveston has withstood tidal waves, hurricanes, gamblers, and tourists. Can it survive a superport?

The Throwdown

Houston police said they shot Randy Webster because he pointed a gun at them. Randy’s father set out to prove they were lying.

The Throwdown

Houston police said they shot Randy Webster because he pointed a gun at them. Randy’s father set out to prove they were lying.

Danger: Men Working

In a dirty little factory, workers made an insecticide that poisoned them and then almost got us all.

Support Your Local Police

If you ever go to Houston, you’d better walk right. You’d better not gamble, and you’d better not fight.

Allah In the Family

In the middle of the booming Houston economy are some new movers and shakers.

Raza Desunida

South Texas has had a revolution, but itís not the one José Angel Guttiérrez planned.

Will Success Spoil Leonel Castillo?

This politician controls the purse strings of the richest city in Texas. And he’s ready for bigger things.

Who Runs Cowtown?

From a long heritage of paternalism Fort Worth gropes toward democracy.

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