An ex-Marine spun elaborate fantasies about being a hit man. One day they came true.
Paul Thomas Anderson talks 70mm, Joaquin Phoenix and researching Scientology for his sixth and most anticipated film.
Seven months have passed since the polygamist raid in Eldorado, but for one mainstream Mormon, the effects linger
Nerdy, bitter and shod in fake Uggs, Andrea Grimes investigates the legend of the Park Cities Party
How Takahiro Omori defied his family, flew to Texas, slept in a van and made his crazy dream come true
From fake IDs to guns, Ecstasy and GHB, Doug Havard was one-stop shopping for Dallas' spoiled rich kids
This small electrical device may be the last hope for the chronically depressed
Bumper-car warriors take to the courts in WhirlyBall, a new sport blending hockey, polo, and lots of beer
Pounded by state regulators and rabbit-punched by promoters, the gladiators at Fighter's House struggle for legitimacy
Bare breasts, a bowl of red, and bad blood among the chili brethren in the Big Bend. Texas doesn't get any better.
Gary Patterson flew to El Paso for a job interview--and never returned. It took nearly two years for the Texas Rangers and Waco police to unravel the bizarre web of lies and treachery that led to his disappearance.
Tommy Lynn Sells claims to have murdered dozens, and Texas Rangers fear he's telling the truth
The Farmer's Market is finally turning a profit, and the city has plans to make it even better. So why isn't everyone happy?
Top-ranked boxer Jesus "El Matador" Chavez pummels opponents in the ring, but he's losing his biggest fight against a real heavyweight -- the INS
While critics howl, the SPCA of Texas dreams of opening a rural animal utopia. Meanwhile, Dallas kills hundreds of pets every day.
Confusion reigns at the Dallas NAACP, while its national leader and John Wiley Price feud
When Fort Worth oil tycoon Tex Moncrief accused his secretary of embezzlement, she says, he left out one important detail: their 16-year affair
Despite shoddy science, bad economics, and catastrophic health risks, a West Texas border community may become the nation's nuclear dumping ground
Ramblin' Jack Elliott has a few more stories to tell
How a troupe of button-down Dallas lawyers breathed life into Jones vs. Clinton and found themselves the nation's most unlikely feminist heroes
In a tiny Middle Eastern country, government officials have accused Dallas oilman Ray Hunt's company of cheating them out of millions.