Representative Steve Stockman, the Houston-area congressman famous for bringing Ted Nugent to the State of the Union and wanting to arm fetuses, was not the Tea Party's first choice to run in the GOP primary against Senator John Cornyn. That honor belongs to Representative Louie Gohmert. Next on the ... More >>
U.S. Representative Steve Stockman is not a subtle man. We could go so far as to say he has a flair for the dramatic. He is, after all, the man who brought Ted Nugent as his plus-one to the State of the Union address, and compared the Earth to a sort of fuel-filled water balloon. And even further ba ... More >>
Yes, true.After 34 years at WFAA I resigned today to accept job as Dir ofComm @luminantpower the largest elec power generator in TX.— Brad Watson (@watsonwfaa) March 18, 2013 Growing up, Brad Watson was a fixture on my parent's TV set. WFAA was their news station and, therefore, my own, and Wa ... More >>
Some bands just like to be mysterious. Take Houston's Indian Jewelry for example. Although the band has been around for a little over a decade, very little biographical material is available. Various articles on the band list five members, but some list only two, and even then, pseudonyms are used. ... More >>
So now that the Texas Rangers have a hitter (Adrian Beltre) and a pitcher (Brandon Webb), they've got one more important hole to fill this off-season: Television play-by-play voice. Remember just before Game 5 of the ALDS, the Rangers announced they weren't bringing back nine-year veter ... More >>
Nervous West Texas townsfolk brace for the arrival of a sect of Mormon fundamentalists and their many wives
Mom charged in beating part of an Irish clan with links to state
It's not easy selecting the Best of Dallas
What's new, CueCat? A redesign, a rediscovery and re: layoffs.
A gun-toting fugitive gets a hand from Chuck Norris, while a father waits for help from anywhere
Gary Patterson flew to El Paso for a job interview--and never returned. It took nearly two years for the Texas Rangers and Waco police to unravel the bizarre web of lies and treachery that led to his disappearance.
Fossil Rim Wildlife Center & Mt. Carmel Center
Surfin' Texas; The Other Side; Hillbilly Justice; Willis Bashing; Death and Taxes; Superman Lives; Doomed to Fail
A gun-toting, anti-government family vows to die rather than surrender
A father robbed of his sons is caught between a cult and fear of another Waco
Jim Marrs believes that Kennedy was murdered as part of a vast conspiracy, that aliens vist us regularly, and that the Trialateral Commission controls our governement. So, what if he's right?
The prophet; Seeing colors; English only; The yellow ribbon; A fine whine
Why didn't the Morning News' Lee Hancock win a Pulitzer? Because of Jasper, Ronald King, and karma.
Like-minded "Patriots" find their own around the new Branch Davidian Church in Waco
Federal prosecutors get tough with an escape artist
Denied his day in court, a former Waco TV reporter, falsely accused of setting up federal agents, becomes the last casualty of the Branch Davidian siege
The cows aren't the only ones pumping out manure in windy Amarillo, where Oprah is giving the cattlemen a lesson in steer wrestling
The Enloes are Republic of Texas stalwarts, but they don't go for hostage-taking. They prefer using bogus money orders to battle "the eight banking families that control the world."
The making of a messiah: David Koresh's twisted road to Waco
Christian Coalition stumbles on its good intentions
Drugs from Bolivia. Cash to Panama. Arms to Nicaragua. Bo Abbott says the CIA called - and he delivered.