You may have gotten them into Esquire, Zac Crain, but Mandy and Lauren of Girls Gone Sports were mine first! Folks, if you're not already reading the best sports blog in town, now's the time to get on it: GGS is written by two of my fellow Mansfield High School alums, the aforementioned Mandy and La ... More >>
You think you're in a sports drought? Try being Dale Hansen. All it takes is alcohol. What you’ve felt and what KTCK-AM's (1310, The Ticket) Mike Rhyner sensed, Dale Hansen confirmed last night. It’s official: Local sports are in an extreme state of suck. You knew it would be lean around these ... More >>
I don't have to tell you what dens of iniquity and sin our state's public schools are. You walk into one of those things, and you're practically guaranteed to get pregnant, screw up your SAT or get shot or knifed or something. It's really shocking I made it to where I am today, if you think about it ... More >>
Kenny Rogers and his favorite cameraman reach a settlement--and common ground
Since Monday, I've been parked on an unforgiving bench in the 297th District Court in Tarrant County, watching the trial of Andrew Wamsley, the 21-year-old Mansfield man (and my fellow Mansfield High School alum) who is accused of corralling his girlfriend, her best friend and the manager of a local ... More >>
Nerdy, bitter and shod in fake Uggs, Andrea Grimes investigates the legend of the Park Cities Party
Rick and Suzanna Wamsley were strict with their children. Police say their son paid them back with murder.
When black and white histories collided in their small town, Phyllis Allen and fellow church members made sure Mansfield didn't white-wash the truth.
The brutal murder of Adrianne Jones has left Mansfield teens feeling dazed and betrayed