Dallas immigration judge Dietrich Sims was notoriously tough on the most vulnerable immigrants. Then they sent him the kids.
â€‹I found Greg Williams. On the radio. Again. Sounding coherent, opionated and refreshingly edgy. Sounding like, well, the Greggo you know and love. "I've had to hook my delay back up," says Williams' new radio partner John Clay Wolfe. "This guy makes me want to cuss." Wolfe, who happens t ... More >>
Self-Appointed lottery watchdog Dawn Nettles keeps her eye on the balls-and has some, too.
Ranch Rescue’s paramilitary posse may have guns and camo gear to keep the border safe, but what they need is a good lawyer
Border drug lords get rich while attorney Mike Barclay gets worn out defending the poor smugglers
Born in Mexico and raised by Celso Piña, sonidero music is taking over Dallas' Latino nightclubs. Is it here to stay?
Border authorities fear a return to the law of the Wild West as Texas homeowners take up guns against illegal Mexican immigrants
The Winedale Tavern has an eclectic clientele. And at least one impostor.
Texas' Kickapoo Indians once lived in squalor under a bridge and worked as migrant laborers. Now things are looking up, thanks to a new Native American tradition: casino gambling.
Dallas beat the telecoms, but guess who pays the price?
Supporters call the Trinity Plan a flood-control project. It isn't.
Matthew Harden tells the story about his dark days in DISD
She's the toughest superintendent DISD has ever had. But Yvonne Gonzalez's administration has already developed a dangerous tendency for bulldozing the facts.
Julio Mercado is Dallas' brand-new DEA boss, and he's inherited kilos of trouble. His city is about to be declared a drug disaster zone, but all his narcs seem to care about is snitching on each other.
He's violated the public trust and betrayed his own ethical standards. But is Dallas' perpetually annoying councilman guilty of fraud, perjury, and extortion?
Keith Ferguson keeps a loose grip on Fabulous past