Right now, Dallas has right around 100 miles of hike and bike trails and counting. That's impressive. Less so is their arrangement. They are, with a few notable exceptions, disconnected, less a cohesive network than a collection of self-contained pathways from nowhere to nowhere. The city of Dallas ... More >>
Last month, the Morning News reported that Frankie Forshee, a code enforcement worker and 13-year city employee, had been arrested and was facing a trio of bribery charges. Details were scarce at the time. Code Compliance Director Jimmy Martin told the paper only that Forshee had been placed on pai ... More >>
Raymundo Sanchez's roast lamb embraces authenticity without even trying.
"It's down 175, somewhere around Lake June Road," Nico Sanchez, the chef at Meso Maya told me about the taqueria he knew very little else about. He knew the intersection it was near, but not an address or phone number. And he knew it was only open on the weekends for breakfast and lunch. But when I ... More >>
On Saturday morning, a Dallas Police Department helicopter was on routine patrol over South southern Dallas when officers spotted what appeared to be marijuana growing inside a deeply wooded area off the 1500 block of Wood Vista Court, just north of the intersection of C.F. Hawn Freeway and Lake Jun ... More >>
Ever wonder what's inside the Great Trinity Forest? Enter if you dare.
Feds allege scam artists bilked Medicare for millions
Forget Brooklyn -- Dallas' own Trinity River boosters aim to con you out of tax dollars for seven silly bridges
The Trinity River Plan's billion-dollar vision of levees, parks, and ponds has Mayor Ron Kirk--and most of Dallas--spellbound. But engineers warn it could lead to a flooding catastrophe and destroy the same poor neighborhoods it's designed to help.
Justice may be blind, but Dallas jurors aren't--particularly when it comes to race