A Trinity River vote, the return of the Citizens Council, a corruption case at City Hall. Buzz is confused. Was this 2007 or 1997?
Two weeks ago, attorneys representing seven former Holy Land Foundation and Development officials -- who're awaiting trial in federal court here on charges they funded terrorist activities -- asked U.S. District Judge Joe Fish to dismiss the government's charges against their clients. They claimed a ... More >>
Ron Davis' wife disappeared 13 months ago. So why isn't he telling police everything they want to know?
Federal judge strikes down Dallas' two-rubs-and-you're-out rule for strip clubs
A lawyer-bashing Fort Worth man challenges Texas' municipal court system
A run-in with police left Godwin Omokaro blind and brain-damaged, but a federal judge won't let a jury even consider whether his rights were violated
The family of a Dallas guitar legend fights to protect his legacy
Smooth-talking stockbroker Roger Turner came across as a good Christian man--one who made it his business to charm widows and retirees out of their life savings
Meet Arthur Griesacker--the mysterious fellow who allegedly masterminded the Republic of Texas' funny-money schemes but always seems to escape prosecution
Vance Miller lives in a Highland Park mansion, carries weight in the GOP, and parties with high society. He owes you, the taxpayer, $26 million, and he ain't paying.
Another local songwriter has a cut on a major-label release
In the rockin' '80s, Bill Brosseau's sexy success story put his face in Money and Cosmopolitan. Times and fortunes change. Now he's a broke former cocaine addict facing a stint in federal prison.
The good ol' boys are winning their fight to keep Courtney Barnett and other girls out of high school wrestling
After a decade on death row, Andre Lewis grasps at straws Andre Lewis is a dead man waiting.
The truth about Cabaret Royale's blue-chip fantasy world