The legal fight aimed at halting the advance of the Keystone pipeline through Texas was cut off at the knees on Tuesday. A state appeals court in Texarkana threw out Lamar County landowner Julia Trigg Crawford's lawsuit against TransCanada, rejecting arguments that Keystone can't condemn land becaus ... More >>
Animal breeders square off against Texas.
I did an article about various area chain restaurant options a few months back because I was intrigued, as a stranger to these shores, by all the fanciful and mysterious options available to me. I still go to Waffle House all the time, and I don't care what people think. I just love hash browns. Ba ... More >>
In 2011, state lawmakers took a break from slashing school funding, dreaming up new abortion restrictions and fighting against the encroachment of Islamic law to do battle with a new enemy: the compact fluorescent light bulb. More and more, those tightly coiled tubes were replacing Edison's good ol ... More >>
Having a wife, an almost-3-year-old and another on the way (child, not wife), I've shackled myself to a life of uneventful domesticity, at least for the next 18 years. It's a comfortable setup, but one that can induce restlessness, so when fate put me in Dallas a full week before starting at Unfair ... More >>
Don't trust him. He might be a drug mule.Late yesterday, our local feds got to brag up a good half-decade's worth of sleuthing when they announced charges against more than a dozen people in connection with a multi-state cocaine- and heroin-trafficking syndicate based in Forth Worth. The acc ... More >>
David CrowderEven well into the new millennium, the term "Christian Rock" is still a practical oxymoron to some folks. But, for the fans of modern Christian music who don't see it that way, Texarkana native David Crowder's name is likely a familiar one.For 15 years, the wild-haired and goateed Cr ... More >>
Photos by Andrea Grimes and Man O' The HourThe Gloria's Mexican OmeletWaterfront dining is one of the great mysteries of the universe. For reasons unknown to us mortals, the Great and Powerful Spiritual Being of Oneness and Things of the Like has decreed that all restaurants within 20 feet of a b ... More >>
It's never too early to look at next Wednesday's city council briefing, especially when one of the subjects on deck is where and how Dallas will get its water beyond 2035. Because, see, we're all good for the next years, give or take, but according to the briefing, "Even with conservation and reu ... More >>
Sacha Baron Cohen as BrunoBack in June, Michael Granberry wrote in The Dallas Morning News that "at one of those big office parks on International Parkway" in Carrollton, "a whole bunch of people got really mad" and stormed out of the taping of a television show. His 23-year-old son related t ... More >>
With Dallas Democrats' return from the dead, state Senator Royce West is poised for bigger things, like maybe paychecks
C.J. Davis celebrates his birthday with one band for every decade
Take in some Texarkana space-pop
From costumes to cover bands, your best bets for Halloween shows
Texarkana's biggest band finally gets up the nerve to say hi to Supergrass
Finally catching up with the late, great Nate
Water Sphere (Good Records Recordings)
Being sick in Dallas County's troubled jail can be a death sentence
Good Records affixes its label on the city of Dallas
Saturday, March 4, at Trees
Did the intern blow it? No.
For one fellow traveler, the road to an anti-war protest in Washington is paved with good intentions and bad politics
Ron Cohen counsels new inmates on surviving life behind bars. He should know. He's been there.
Pegasus Theatre serves up a gay romp on the range
A senior citizen takes on City Hall the old-fashioned way-- she charms it
In 1946, a serial killer haunted sleepy Texarkana, stalking his victims under the cover of night. Investigators wonder if he died decades later in a Dallas rest home--or simply disappeared.
Dan Morales' pal faces questions over his demand for millions in tobacco-suit fees
Want in on the dirt floor of rodeo's marquee event? A guy in Mansfield has your ride.
When Dan Morales brokered Texas' $17.3 billion tobacco settlement, he blew away Governor Bush. He also made sure his friends got a few puffs.
The improbable rise of blues rulebreaker Robert Ealey
Don McCalister Jr. ain't your typical Austin renegade
Texan Jazz unveils the Lone Star contribution to jazz
NAFTA road warriors fight it out for federal funding
How a giant lawsuit against General Motors could leave lawyers with millions - and Texas truck owners breathing fumes
Tom Morrell keeps Western swing alive on the best set of records you've never heard