How did Dallas convict so many innocents? With faulty eyewitnesses, sloppy police work and overzealous prosecutors.
Congratulations are certainly in order for Sheriff Lupe Valdez after she passed her mandatory state law enforcement exam on her second try yesterday, knowing that if she flunked it would generate another round of ugly headlines for her department. Still, rather than modestly announce the good news a ... More >>
It appears that Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez spent months studying for the mandatory state licensing exam she flunked in April--even though she has blamed her failing grade on a lack of preparation. Robert Baker, who works as the chief of security for Richland Community College, says he helped ... More >>
From fake IDs to guns, Ecstasy and GHB, Doug Havard was one-stop shopping for Dallas' spoiled rich kids
Pounded by state regulators and rabbit-punched by promoters, the gladiators at Fighter's House struggle for legitimacy
For some infertile Dallas couples, science, commerce, and a few genetically attractive women provide the next best thing to Mother Nature
Former school trustee Roberto Medrano is sued for child support
A Dallas jury is forced to sift through the wreckage of a family destroyed by the infamous Norplant rape case