The police who patrol West Dallas know 21-year-old Juan Delarosa well. In his brief time as an adult, he's already been convicted on three car theft-related felonies and awaits trial on a fourth. His preference is large pickups -- Ford F250s, Dodge Ram 3500s and the like -- though he's not above ste ... More >>
If the security guard wasn't suspicious when a bald, heavily tattooed Hispanic man walked into the Victoria's Secret at Mockingbird Station early yesterday afternoon -- those post-Christmas sales are admittedly hard to pass up -- she soon became so as she watched him walk to a display and grab, oh, ... More >>
North Koreans (and audiences) go home unhappy.
Well, I guess Eric Nicholson and Jeff Siegel just know everything, don't they? Nicholson, our own blog editor here, and Siegel, a columnist for the Lakewood Advocate, have been having fun making of Lincoln Properties, a real estate company, over a scheme to get Garland Road in East Dallas re-named a ... More >>
In the little towns outside of Dallas, publisher and aspiring politician Joey Dauben is on a crusade to expose abuses of power, civic mischief and -- most of all -- himself.
Andrea GrimesThe dog days of winter: the scene in Deep Ellum this morningTo the Dodge Ram driver who was futilely spinning his wheels on the Woodall Rodgers Freeway exit ramp this morning; the Lexus driver who locked her brakes and whirled her car across Maple Avenue; and the Ford 150 driver who ... More >>
Photos by Patrick MichelsDairy-ette 9785 Ferguson Road (214) 327-9983 Dude Factor: 9 (or Bodacious), on a scale of 1 (Ferdinand the Bull) to 10 (Bevo).After a long weekend soaking up culture down in Ennis, and sun out at the FOE pool, yesterday's return to traffic, cubicle walls and that car alar ... More >>
Neither carnies, corn dogs nor karaoke can keep a good band down at the State Fair
Millions in federal tax dollars are being spent by narcotics task forces in Texas to nab low-level users and dealers. Is this any way to wage a drug war?
When Randy Angle disappeared, he left behind a multimillion-dollar fortune in a two-way radio -- and an ugly secret
in Belgium, anyway. But some West-Coast horse lovers have Texas' meat men--the guys who supply the little-known equine slaughter industry--on the run.
Through a lens darkly Juarez's street photographers capture the face of a horrific future--and the future is closer than you think
After a long history of public drunkenness and allegations of slashing two men's throats, it is time to examine the troubled practice of Dr. John Hargett