The revelation last year that Dallas City Hall, in an effort to help its benefactors at Yellow Cab, was quietly working to put Uber out of business sparked a massive public outcry. Transportation hearings have turned into a referendum on the taxi industry. Uber has been called racist. And it's all w ... More >>
Before T. Boone Pickens earned his fortune as an oil company executive and corporate raider, before he became a sagacious elder statesman of the business world and made his home in Preston Hollow, he was a geology student at Oklahoma A & M with a wife and daughter and a desperate need for a job. He ... More >>
Lost Boys: New child-sex-trafficking research demolishes the stereotype of the underage sex worker.
Hundreds gathered at Highland Park United Methodist Church this morning to celebrate the life of Dallas real estate tycoon Trammell Crow, who died in his sleep last week at a family farm in East Texas. The church's sanctuary was full nearly an hour before the 11 a.m. service, forcing others into the ... More >>
It was the year 2000, and I was a young, hungry reporter in Chicago with a young, hungry state legislator on my speed dial
Car lovers find a new flame in Burnout Paradise
Chili cooks score one for multilateralism
Do pickup lines really work?
Plus: Choosing Street Life
How consummate con artist Henry Lee Lucas resurrected the dead and went looking for a sucker. He almost found one.
Minister James Simmons says he awoke from a coma one day to find himself a gay amnesiac. Some of his Dallas parishioners aren't buying it.
In 1946, a serial killer haunted sleepy Texarkana, stalking his victims under the cover of night. Investigators wonder if he died decades later in a Dallas rest home--or simply disappeared.
Can you find any art at the State Fair of Texas?
John Wiley Price, the man who once toted a bullhorn in protests outside Mayor Ron Kirk's home, learns that it helps to have friends in high places
Alternative media mainstay adds a music space
No matter what you think, your car is not fully loaded
Diamond broker Bryan Wilson Taylor is so smooth, people say he can charm the horns off a billy goat. If he tries to sell you anything, run.
The Calways go a little crazy
Comatheatre lets the audience connect the dots
How a junk-collecting man and his gun-toting son are holding city inspectors and a North Dallas neighborhood at bay
At Dallas' old Ambassador hotel, Mr. Gothard's good girls learn the virtues of remaining pure