Urban Explorers are ignoring history and unearthing real nature in Dallas. Now it's your turn to follow the trail they've blazed.
The Cowboys are counting on NFL outlaw Pacman Jones to pop the top on their sixth Super Bowl.
Spirit hunters like Lisa Olive prowl local historic sites, searching for haunted souls
Susan Diamond learned that it doesn't pay to annoy your kids' psychiatrists, even if you're a doctor
A half century later, witnesses insist little green—or maybe brown—men crashed in New Mexico
Think it's brutal to send a 14-year-old boy to prison for decades? Meet Billy Ray Dennis, and think again.
The tombstones in Oakland Cemetery bear names that reflect Dallas' greatness and its shame, from former mayors to klansmen. But years of neglect have left it overgrown and forgotten.
CompUSA and Latin America's richest man get a $450 million lesson from a Dallas jury: Friendship and business don't mix.
Former employees of The Studios at Las Colinas say their ex-boss fudged facts
Don't bite, even if Bait does
Bungling thieves, piles of gold, jailhouse snitches, and bloody clothes. Prosocuretors in Madalyn Murray O'Hair's disappearance had everything -- except three corpses
Heartbroken by the loss of his son on a DISD field trip, a father fights to prevent future tragedies
When a gunman terrorized worshipers at Wedgwood Baptist Church, one unlikely hero summoned the courage and faith to challenge a killer
The Cornell Hurd Band is in it for the long haul
In East Dallas' Little Asia, a community blooms in fields of litter
From Mexico to L.A. via Alaska and El Paso, Tito Larriva has seen it all and more
A deadly accident in a pit at Texas Instruments sent lawyers and flacks scurrying, but the company's response may put it deeper in the hole
Bill Simpson is eager to dig up dirt on you. He'll even write down your license plate number if you visit a topless bar. But the self-appointed guardian of Dallas morals doesn't want you to know anything about him.
Charged with assault for spanking an 11-year-old boy, a volunteer tutor defends old-fashioned discipline
Why the hecklers heckle, and why Bill Keever's gotta go now
Andy Timmons never met a style he didn't like
He's violated the public trust and betrayed his own ethical standards. But is Dallas' perpetually annoying councilman guilty of fraud, perjury, and extortion?
Tim Burton turns his ray gun on everything in sight when Mars Attacks!
That Thing You Do and The Long Kiss Goodnight cast ugly shadows
Ruth Smith set out to enshrine a Cherokee battleground and started a war of her own
An up-from-nowhere theme-park promoter has set off a land rush in tiny Canton - and he's just gotten started with his crazy schemes
Zach Loafman, a gifted St. Mark's teen, fights an addiction to the Internet.
Grand Prairie's Henry Clayton has proclaimed himself chief of the new 'nato Nation. Is he the head of Texas' largest Indian tribe-or an indian impostor?
How a mythic Texas family won the gratitude of a dictator
The truth about Cabaret Royale's blue-chip fantasy world
Texas' Jack Crain helps Hollywood's heroes slice and dice the bad guys