Robert Hinkle

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    December 16, 2013

    Hundreds of Drivers Used LBJ's TEXpress, and They All Made it out Alive

    LBJ's TEXpress Lanes opened overnight Friday, and fears that their fluxuating toll rates would create some type of rift in the space-time continuum proved to be wildly overblown. The first vehicle -- the guinea pig, if you will -- entered the newly completed corridor, which stretches from Preston R ... More >>

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    September 28, 2000

    They Walk by Night

    Join us for a chilling tale of the (highly paid) un-dead at DISD headquarters

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    March 19, 1998

    Rambo Justice

    Are bad-boy lawyers Bill Brewer and John Bickel building a bridge to Dallas' minority communities, or trying to sell them one?

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    November 27, 1997
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    November 20, 1997

    One Fine Mess

    Elected by no one, John Scovell and a clique of Dallas business leaders brought you DISD's most infamous cast of characters: Yvonne Gonzalez, Dan Peavy, Bill Keever, and Sandy Kress. Thanks a lot.

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    October 23, 1997
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    October 16, 1997
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    September 25, 1997

    Hunter or prey?

    Matthew Harden tells the story about his dark days in DISD

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    September 25, 1997

    City of ignorance

    Don't expect racial tensions to cool in DISD as long as emotion trumps the truth

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    September 18, 1997

    Cat Eyes' last meow

    Yvonne Gonzalez calls it quits after her darkest hour in that tear-jerkin', mind-bendin' DISD

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    September 11, 1997

    See Yvonne. See Yvonne run. See Yvonne run from the truth.

    She's the toughest superintendent DISD has ever had. But Yvonne Gonzalez's administration has already developed a dangerous tendency for bulldozing the facts.

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    May 22, 1997

    School daze

    With three investigations underway, DISD employees are getting downright paranoid

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    August 29, 1996

    Woolery's mammoth

    When it came to spending, Dallas' former superintendent always thought big