On the afternoon of September 6, Franklin Davis drove away from Hebron High School with Shania Gray, a 16-year-old student there. Davis, 30, had arranged the meeting using a fake Facebook profile featuring a picture of a teenage boy. Otherwise, Gray might not have agreed to meet. Davis is accused o ... More >>
It's been more than three months since Seth Winder lost his tenuous grip on sanity in a Denton County courtroom, forcing Judge Bruce McFarling to declare a mistrial even as the prosecution prepared to wrap its case. Winder, a 32-year-old homeless man from The Colony, is accused of murdering and dism ... More >>
For the friends and family of Richard Hernandez, justice seemed imminent -- until his accused killer's medically induced competence slipped away.
The scene in Lewisville during Labor Day weekend 1969Longtime Friends of Unfair Park are by now well aware of my lifetime obsession with the Texas International Pop Festival, held during Labor Day weekend in 1969 in a Lewisville field. The roster, put together by, among others, Angus Wynne, was l ... More >>
Smiling Moose The MOOOOOOSE is dusting off the old cleats for one last tussle through the line. This time, however, he'll be on the other side with the plastic gloves on asking if you'd like white or wheat bread. Daryl "Moose" Johnston is now part owner of a new sandwich shop (of course he ... More >>
A couple of weeks back, Kim made it out to opening night of the Sojourners-sponsored Justice Revival at Dallas Market Hall, where turn-out was low but hopes were high that local churches, city government and the Dallas Independent School District could somehow come together to both end chronic homel ... More >>
After a bitter separation from Special Olympics, a Lewisville father keeps pushing his Unique Athletes
Steve Fleming fought to make his Special Olympians equal, and that got him torched
Even Buzz finds something to smile about in 2006
Derek Harper calls the game--and one day, he hopes, the shots--for the Mavs
Does anybody eat low-fat/no-fat ice cream?
A celebrity home tour of Dallas' rich, famous--and all too often tasteless--movers and fakers