Two federal filings claim workers were not paid at all or were shorted on overtime pay and that a worker was provided with fake OSHA certificates while building the Travis County facility.
The state leads the nation in workplace injuries and deaths. It’s workers of color on unregulated construction sites who fare the worst.
For nearly 10 months in the once-mighty union bastion of southeast Texas, ExxonMobil locked out hundreds of refinery workers in an effort to force an embattled 80-year-old Steelworkers union local to give in—or get out.
After a decade of struggle following hurricanes and new fishing regulations, the industry has reached a breaking point.
Unpaid exotic dancers are suing—and often winning back wages—but clubs and corporations aren’t changing their ways.
The primary rematch for Congressional District 28 is a litmus test for Democrats in South Texas.
Austin-based Veronica Ceci makes timely art about those who clean up other people’s messes.
For the Parras family, the fight for environmental justice has always been personal.
Big corporate chains are proving to be recalcitrant negotiators.
The win for worker advocates came unexpectedly—and may not last long.