With last call looming, a 28-year-old mom named Diana Salinas drove to Sanchez Restaurant and Bar in Oak Cliff early Sunday morning and made a bee line for her estranged husband, police say. She left her ill-advised companion in the car: her two-year-old son. After an argument about child support, ... More >>
A recent opinion out of a state appeals court in Dallas sheds no light on whether Scott Wiseman of Garland is a complete scumbag. It does, however, make one thing clear: Prosecutors, do not let your expert witnesses opine on the statistical likelihood that your victim is telling the truth. Your conv ... More >>
Speaking of the Dallas Independent School District's doings ... No doubt you recall the ugly allegations that came out of Ebby Halliday Elementary School in the fall, stories of abuse and intimidation that resulted in principal Kamalia Cotton going to another campus (Phillis Wheatley Elementary ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Monday, January 4, 2010...It's official, kids: Soundgarden is reuniting after a 12-year break-up. Let's just hope that Timbaland won't be involved in any way if new material is recorded.The NFL is being urged to drop The Who from performing during halftime ... More >>
DCAC hosts a life-changing art show
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Flower Mound gets a little more dysfunctional
Was the case against Lacresha Murray, the youngest Texan ever tried for capital murder, a rush to judgment or a story of justice denied?
Sheryleen Berryman says she was a good mother. So why did her son end up dead and her sister in jail?
County Commissioner Ken Mayfield isn't laughing anymore about sexual harassment charges
A Dallas jury is forced to sift through the wreckage of a family destroyed by the infamous Norplant rape case
Citizen Ruth is pro-choice, pro-life...and pro laughs!
When Ron Carpenter's nanny got busted, his 3-year-old daughter did the time
Legal wrangling stalls a Muslim couple's battle for their children