Paul Green was not in the best of health in 2009 when he was hired as a bus monitor by Dallas County Schools. He had been battling colon cancer for more than a decade and, several years before, had been diagnosed with hypertension and congestive heart failure. As a result, he took a slew of medicat ... More >>
Some of the very generic imagery featured on Alan Todd May's company's Web siteAlan Todd May spent the better part of 1983 to 2002 in and out of prison, having been arrested for such things as credit card abuse, check fraud, theft ... well, you name the hustle, he hustled it. There were 14 convic ... More >>
A judge says Preston Hollow Elementary segregated white kids to please parents. The reality is deeper and maybe more troubling.
Caught in the act of molesting young boys in Thailand, Coppell businessman Nicholas Bredimus came up with a last-ditch defense: obstruct justice
Horribly abused children of the Hare Krishna movement seek justice--and peace--through a multimillion-dollar lawsuit
The silence is deafening at City Hall over expanding Love Field, but Jim Schutze has some advice for airport neighbors: Buy earplugs.
Twenty years after Sherrie Wilson became Dallas' first female firefighter, she discovered the department's hiring practices were discriminatory. When she tried to do something about it, she got burned.
Dallas' new city manager steps from Mr. Inside to role model
Frustrated, fed up, and ready to fight, Laura Miller trades muckraking for a run at City Hall
Council hopeful Brenda Reyes already leads the pack in controversy
Chris Luna's deceitful public-service career finally hits bottom
How Dallas' most notorious landlady keeps socking it to City Hall
There are two to blame for the Kirk-Fielding feud