Flustered locksmith dude: “Like, what are you doing? I don’t know … what’s going on?” Reporter uncovering locksmith scam: “My name is Brian Collister. I’m with the Trouble Shooters. I’m an investigative reporter. And you’re busted.”
State regulators have responded to this outrageous, informative and entertaining story by WOAI Trouble Shooter Jaei Avila.
This story by WOAI’s Jaei Avila about aggressive tactics by Bexar Towing has a little bit of everything.
Collister did something weird — he asked if the Express-News would team up for a detailed story about court-appointed lawyers.
WOAI featured a unique, data-driven story last week about the high number of accidents caused by inattentive drivers talking on their cell phones. Journalists at the television station analyzed an accident database kept by the Texas Department of Transportation that tracks contributing factors for all vehicle crashes in Texas. To get the story, WOAI had … Read more
WOAI’s Brian Collister, the investigative television reporter often seen shoving a fuzzy microphone in the faces of fleeing public officials, has a new blog at mySA. Brian is one of the few TV reporters in town who actually digs through records and analyzes public data. One of my favorite stories by Brian features a skillful … Read more