Glenna Whitley

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  • 7 years ago | Longform

    On New Year's Day, Patricia Said stood at the door of a small house in a Hispanic neighborhood of Lewisville, pleading with her daughter Amina to come home. The girl cried and clung to her boyfriend, Eddie, a college student who lived in the house...

  • 7 years ago

    Once a month or so, a small group of old warriors gather for lunch at Dunston's Steakhouse on Harry Hines Boulevard. They don't look extraordinary, and they won't talk about their histories unless you ask them. These men belong to the North Texas ...

  • 7 years ago

    After moving into his new contemporary home on a bluff overlooking White Rock Lake, Chip Northrup was riding his bicycle when he noticed 20-foot-tall light poles sprouting on the west side of the park. The closely planted poles triggered alarm bel...

  • 8 years ago | Longform

    When Linda Bajadali first saw Dr. Richard G. Buch, she thought he was a "rebel." The tall surgeon in scrubs and lab coat wore a red, white and blue bandanna around his head and a self-assured smile. Buch examined Bajadali's shattered knee for a fe...

  • 8 years ago

    Veterinary malpractice, wrongful canine death, lawsuits against unethical breeders—the legal system is going to the dogs. Attorney Yolanda Eisenstein specializes in "animal law." So far, she's the only lawyer in Dallas whose practice focuses...

  • 8 years ago

    Looking as pale as a ghost, her once raven-black hair now gray, Sandra Camille Bridewell shuffled into a federal courtroom in North Carolina for a hearing on Monday. Wearing red prison garb, hands cuffed behind her back and shackles on her legs, t...

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