By Chuck Williams
It was getting close to dark Monday night and the worst of the storm was over.
For about 10 hours, I had covered the effects of Hurricane Irma, now a tropical storm, from Midland to Double Churches Road and midtown to downtown, and I was headed home.
Then someone called me and said there was a river rescue in progress. I was not surprised, having seen kayakers on the river a couple of hours earlier.
What I found down by the river was not a rescue.
It was Mayor Teresa Tomlinson —and Geraldo Rivera. And it gets stranger from there.