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Peter CalvinGlenn White‚ÄčIt's probably not the most surprising press release of the week: "Dallas Police Association PAC Unanimously Votes to Support Ron Natinsky For Dallas Mayor." After all, as we noted way back in September 2004 -- two months into David Kunkle's tenure as Dallas Police Departmen ... More >>
Patrick Michels‚ÄčDallas Police Chief David Kunkle was at City Hall this morning for the first time since announcing his surprise retirement last week. Ostensibly, he came to discuss the newly updated crime statistics, but he kicked off a briefing of the city council's Public Safety Committee by dis ... More >>
Collin County's cold case squad empties its file of unsolved murders
A vicious fight between John Wiley Price and a small black-owned newspaper reopens ancient wounds in southern Dallas
Meet John Dominic Crossan and the real Jesus
Dallas City Hall thumbs nose, gives Bronx cheer to Legislature
You wouldn't believe how bad Dallas looks in Austin
Plus: The Next Wave; Strand of Evidence
Lipscomb takes high ground on cop pay, leaves Laura low
What you get when a fake panel investigates fake drugs
Troy Hambrick begged for Emmitt Smith's job. After one good game, can he keep it?
The truth about Deep Ellum crime
Forget detention. DISD means business with its new beefed-up police forceóbad business, say some employees.
Downtown goes from dead to deadly
An aging Buzz finds little to celebrate in the year gone by. What did you expect?
The bad guys in the Sheetrock drug cases better be up on their game
Plus: Bring on the Crackpots, Stoney Babe, Speaking Her Mind
Was an influential Dallas black church desecrated by racists?
Black leadership goes in the tank on civil rights, fights for the police chief's job instead
Bachman Lake residents say a new business is moving into their neighborhood--hookers
In municipal court, they'll plead you guilty when you don't even know you're on trial
The untold story of Dallas' bigest-ever police corruption scandal. Part two of a special report.
The untold story of Dallas' biggest-ever police corruption scandal
Was it a conspiracy or city bungling that let Baby Dolls keep its license? Guess.
The city's ordinance governing topless clubs is a joke. But Bachman Lake-area residents are determined to get rid of the clubs by any means necessary.
The Lipscomb trial took us where the News don't shine