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Steffy: Singling out subordinates makes corporations less accountable — U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier's finding that BP was grossly negligent in the Deepwater Horizon disaster raises troubling questions about the criminal trial of the BP "company men" on the ill-fated drilling rig, Donald Vidrine and Robert Kaluza.
Sep 22, 2014

RT @lsteffy: My latest guest column in the Houston Chronicle: Rethinking the criminal charges against the BP rig supervisors.

Man dead near abandoned pickup in east Houston — Homicide detectives were called to the scene when a man was discovered dead Sunday night in the middle of an east Houston street after a pickup truck hit him. The man's body was found about 9:20 p.m. in the 7200 block of Longview near Port, according to the Houston Police Department.

Real estate transactions — Real estate transactions The property sits on 3.4 acres at U.S. 290 and Sam Houston Parkway and consists of 31,850 square feet of grade level warehouse space with three crane-served bays, a 26-foot clear height and 21,900 square feet of office space. An affiliate of Summit Hotel Properties has purchased the Hilton Garden Inn Houston Energy Corridor.

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Fourth Ward residents pray for bricks, history to remain in neighborhood — The historic intersection of Andrews and Wilson doesn't match the rest of Fourth Ward. The streets are old brick, sometimes briefly interrupted with a splash of concrete or repaved road. Tall gates surround the houses with signs detailing their history. The homes, Pastor Pervis Hill said, belonged to freed slaves who later contributed to the community.
Sep 22, 2014

On brick streets in Fourth Ward: "We have something that's unique. Do not destroy what is unique."…

Sep 22, 2014

RT @HoustonChron: Fourth Ward residents pray for bricks, history to remain