Monday Nov 25
Mary Jo Woodall pleads to lesser charge in Jonestown wind energy fraud case
A former program administrator for the Texas comptroller's office has pleaded guilty to a lesser state felony in a $1.8 million energy scheme that falsely promised to bring wind power and green jobs to Jonestown.
Blood flow reversal device helps reduce stroke risk for carotid artery surgery
One of the biggest fears for surgeons operating on the carotid artery in the neck is dislodging plaque.
Malouff gets 15 years in Jonestown wind energy fraud case
Charles Malouff never took the stand to defend himself last month, before a jury convicted him of falsifying documents to obtain a $2 million federal stimulus grant for a failed wind energy project in Jonestown.
Malouff guilty in federal grant case
A Travis County jury took a little more than six hours Wednesday before finding Charles Malouff guilty of falsifying documents to obtain $1.8 million in federal stimulus funds for a Jonestown wind energy operation.
Defense spreads the blame for failed wind energy project
A defense attorney said there was plenty of blame to go around in the failed effort to bring wind energy to Jonestown.