A death row inmate files an appeal arguing the execution drugs are expired, and Meatless Mondays causes concerns with the state’s ag commish.
Houston attorney Bill Kroger and state Supreme Court chief justice Wallace Jefferson are on a mission to rescue thousands of crumbling, fading, and fascinating legal documents from district and county clerks’ offices all over the state. Can they save Texas history before it’s too late?
February 1, 2012 | by Michael Hall | Feature
I know her as my mother, whose womb I emerged from more than fifty years ago. They—the million or so quilting fanatics, mostly women, who spend hours a day with needle, thread, fabric, and sewing machine—know her as a celebrity. She can’t believe it either.
January 1, 2008 | by Michael Hall | Feature