By honoring our actions during Katrina, you celebrate a different kind of courage, the courage to undertake and complete a daunting task with compassion, competence and enduranceKennedy Library honors Katrina officials May 22, 2007
It's very disconcerting for a lawyer to be in the line of fireJudge pulls gun in Florida court Mar 27, 2007
She didn't move as fast certainly as I would have liked her to go, but she eventually got out into the midstream of the federal channel, and that was all we needed because the mighty Hudson River took her right out into the center channelIntrepid moves to Bayonne, N.J. Dec 05, 2006
This is a special time for Houstonians, so whether you wear an Astro shirt or a cap or wear no socks, show your support for the hometown teamMayor declares 'No Sox' weekend in Houston Oct 21, 2005
If the hurricane comes in at a particular angle and at a particular location, being on the highway is a death trapTexas evacuees in 100-mile traffic jam Sep 22, 2005
William Howard "Bill" White (born June 16, 1954) is a United States politician, member of the national and state Democratic Party, former mayor of Houston, and a candidate for the 2010 Texas gubernatorial election. Prior to serving as mayor, White was a lawyer, businessman and later served as U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy under President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1995. White is on the membership roster of the Council on Foreign Relations.
White and his wife Andrea are the parents of three children, Will, Elena, and Stephen.
White was born and grew up in San Antonio. He is the son of two schoolteachers. He and his wife have helped lead various charitable and civic organizations. White is an avid cyclist and every year he leads Houston's annual "Bike to Work Day." He also created the annual biking event "Tour de Houston" through historic Houston neighborhoods.