For over a year, a registered "spiritual organization" was the hottest after-hours spot in Dallas. Then it all came crashing down.
Late last week the Hurst Police Department announced that officer Disraeli Arnold, who delivered a flying knee during the arrest 17-year-old Andrew Rodriguez for a trespassing warrant, would be "suspended indefinitely," which the police chief has said basically means "fired." The reason for Arnold' ... More >>
Back in November, Hurst 17-year-old Andrew Rodriguez was being arrested by Officer M. Jimenez on an outstanding trespassing warrant. Rodriguez was lying on the ground with his hands behind his back when another officer, Disraeli Arnold, decided to assist with the arrest. Arnold did that by taking a ... More >>
Welcome To The Dull House
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The difference between passion and compassion? Throbbing members and refugee kids.
You've got to have balls to sell BioPerformance's hot product--mothballs
Bravo Italia offers nothing offensive, nothing spectacular
Tyson Thompson's dash from shattered dreams to fantasy teams
A new round of Grapevine restaurants
The discovery of three dead babies opens up a mystery with little chance of solution
Plans for a 9-11 memorial for American Airlines workers hit snags
The latest environmental hazard in Dallas and the country is displacing homeowners, covering walls and pets, and making lawyers even richer. Welcome to the weird world of "black mold."
Willis Alan Ramsey's cult keeps growing, 28 years after cutting his first--and final?--record
Where Did Our PLUR Go?; Just Shoot Him; Laughs for White Guys; Gone to Seed; New Ground
True-crime author Barbara Davis fought hard to redeem Darlie Routier's reputation. Now she's caught in her own bizarre web of death, drugs, and family hatreds.
Theatre Three carries the humor on a long road through Mamet, May, and Allen
Local group gets a gospel sound that's contemporary yet sanctified
Dick Armey will eat his lunch.
Ray Washburne's Texas Business is a case study in how not to run a business