Mayor Rawlings calls this South Dallas business a blight. People earning a living there call it family.
The Dallas City Council yesterday voted to spend some $7 million of your money to cover the latest cost overruns for the second Calatrava suspension bridge over the Trinity River. The city already had to cheap down the first Calatrava suspension bridge so much that now it's not even a real suspensi ... More >>
Dallas County Sheriff's DepartmentKelvin O'BrienMoments ago, Dallas Police spokesman Senior Corporal Kevin Janse sent out a handful of over-the-weekend updates. Among them was this brief concerning an arrest made early Sunday morning:On 9/25/2011 at 1:45 a.m., Dallas Police Officers received info ... More >>
A couple of weeks ago, on an otherwise familiar route home from the gym, an unfamiliar sign caught my eye. There, next to the Potbelly and Starbucks on the corner of Lemmon Avenue and Inwood Road, was a Grand Opening sign for Ming's Place China Bistro. Hmm... While I will admit that a high ... More >>
This morning in D.C., Attorney General Eric Holder met with the media to discuss Operation Broken Trust, a wide-ranging crime-bustin' effort conducted by an alphabet soup's worth of agencies intended to "protect American investors, to ensure the strength of our markets, and to prevent financial f ... More >>
So, driving while texting is 23 times more dangerous than just, ya know, driving; 88 percent of Texas teens do it anyhow; with the growed-ups, the number's probably closer to 104 percent; and some states are proposing legislation outlawing the practice altogether. To which an Irving-based company ... More >>
In July 2008, federal authorities arrested a Carrollton man named Joseph Kelly Lara, whom the feds had accused of creating a phony name (Nick DeAngelis Mancuso) and a fake job (securities attorney and investment professional), which he then used to sell securities (including Google stock) he claimed ... More >>
The arrest of Dallas' "Black Widow" lights a fire under a cold murder case
Inside the Terry Hornbuckle case
Plus: School Spirit; Evil Eyes Averted
Even in the great beyond, no one is safe from identity theft
The kings of smut escape while the feds cook up small fry like former Dallas cop Garry Ragsdale
Bandits holds out for a hero and gets two: Willis and Thornton
Jim Marrs believes that Kennedy was murdered as part of a vast conspiracy, that aliens vist us regularly, and that the Trialateral Commission controls our governement. So, what if he's right?
Someone take the wheel, 'cause Cage don't know where he's going
Lou's offers a room without a view
An IRS agent's affidavit details an alleged kidnapping plot that led to four murders
Does City Hall's rooster ban signal the end of old Oak Cliff? Rose Farley goes to the front lines of a cultural war that threatens to turn the 'hood into something truly heinous...North Dallas
Another look at that celebrated era of excess
A reporter's tip helped detectives identify a mutilated body dumped along the Trinity, but finding the man's name led to a deeper mystery -- the disappearance of atheist gadfly Madalyn Murray O'Hair
Reports of Steven Russell's death were greatly exaggerated, but they were enough to spring him from a Texas prison
Eighteen months ago, the former Cowboys hero was drinking and drugging his way to disaster. Now he's clean, sober, and planning to stay that way.
A jet-settin', Scotch-sippin' Robert Tilton washes up in South Florida--and he still wants your money
Arranger-conductor Onzy Matthews proves that only the strong survive
Jerry Ragavoy and the ghost of Janis Joplin
Tax breaks for corporations are about to tear us in half
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX
How the Feds let S&L swindler Clifford Sinclair get away with millions
Sam Krasniqi was acquitted of sexual abuse. So why won't the state let two children have their parents -or their religion?