Alex Truman didn't think something was wrong until he returned to the gym. Before fathering his two kids, he worked out regularly and even made an early career of exercise. He had two degrees in health and fitness and ran gyms on the East Coast before he moved to Dallas and got into sales. Lean and ... More >>
There are many plausible explanations for the so-called Texas Miracle, the state's decade-plus surge in economic and population growth. Job creators appreciate the low tax burden and light regulation. Workers like the low cost of living and lack of a state income tax. Heretofore unimagined quantitie ... More >>
On Saturday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, George Strait will ride away into the sunset as he concludes his long-running touring career. Though he will keep recording and will occasionaly play the one-off gig, the days of taking another Strait show for granted appear to be over. Before frat boys sta ... More >>
Dallas immigration judge Dietrich Sims was notoriously tough on the most vulnerable immigrants. Then they sent him the kids.
Daniel Barnes is a really nice Texas boy. He referred to me as 'mam at least 20 times during our conversation. Part of me wanted to beg him to stop, but the other part could just tell that was how he was raised. Barnes is from the small town of Menard, on the Edwards Plateau in South Texas where h ... More >>
To survive the ordeal of escaping Guatemala, Julia needed a big Heart. But not this big.
A dozen men were tortured, killed and buried in a small house in Juarez. Three years later, the U.S. government is still trying to cover up what happened.
Minutemen train their sights on a new target: Hispanic day laborers
Texas' only casino hit by corruption charges
Cantankerous, proud and devoted to helping immigrants, Father Justin Lucio's singleminded sense of duty led to overblown charges of "scandal"
The descendants of a former housemaid lay claim to one of Texas' grandest ranch fortunes
At the 16th Dallas Video Festival, you cannot--and should not--look away
At the Deep Ellum film fest, fact becomes fiction becomes fact
Cameron Park, Texas, is the poorest town in the U.S.A. But its residents say life has never been better.
Jacob Kupersztoch struggles to get Mexican art the recognition it deserves
Deadman finds the heart of Texas in Mexico
La Virgen de Guadalupe is hip for a 470-year-old
Matt Damon and cast tackle Cormac and give us a predictably mythic Cowboy flick. Yeehaw.
On the Texas coast, the only thing eroding faster than the sand is the state’s Open Beaches Act
In the media frenzy spurred by a serial killer, one small-town victim was forgotten, but not by her neighbors
For Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Joe Ely, and Butch Hancock, The Flatlanders is more a bond than a band
Heartbroken by the loss of his son on a DISD field trip, a father fights to prevent future tragedies
When investigators uncovered the bodies of a Dallas mother and her young son in a makeshift Oklahoma grave, FBI agent Tase Bailey swore to bring the killer to justice
How taxpayers -- including you, if you hit the flea market in Canton -- are subsidizing the Christian right
For his first solo album in a decade, the Beach Boy recovers himself and his music...sort of
Through a lens darkly Juarez's street photographers capture the face of a horrific future--and the future is closer than you think
The Basses put the 'fort' back in Fort Worth and bankroll a restaurateur's paradise
With 1,000 times the budget for his sequel, Robert Rodriguez comes out with guns a-blazin'
Joe Ely sends a sad, beautiful Letter to Laredo
NAFTA road warriors fight it out for federal funding
After seven years and hundreds of thousands of miles, Killbilly calls it quits