Last week on Fox News, anchor Megyn Kelly took it upon herself to advise the children of America that Santa is in fact Caucasian. Tasteless? Yes. Unnecessary? Absolutely. Racist? Of course. But no one could've predicted how wrong she'd be proven when just a few days later, Santa would prove to be a ... More >>
In Dallas and across the country, hospitals, doctors and dealers have made Medicare the nation’s sweetest crime. The feds are now trying to shutter the door.
Pledge took beating, not oath, to become Omega Psi Phi.
Local artists make waves with D-Town Boogie, but the real test comes in 14 months
Texas-OU is great and all, but what about the Cotton Bowl's other 51 Saturdays a year?
For years, folks have whispered that perhaps one day, the city might consider selling the naming rights to the 76-year-old Cotton Bowl in Fair Park. After all, maintaining The House That Doak Built is an expensive proposition with, some would insist, dwindling rewards hardly worth the $50 million wo ... More >>
Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway has been sort of on my case ever since I wrote an article this article in the paper version of Unfair Park in March. He says I made him out to be a grandstander and a flim-flam man, which I don’t think I did at all. Maybe a st ... More >>
Starring that new breed of politician who wants to root out your crack houses, close down your whorehouses and pull up your pants
Thirty-five-year-old Dallas man Kenyatta Dante Canady, who's daring enough to wear an eyepatch into a federal courtroom, claims his chief influence in the bank-robbing game is television -- the Discovery Channel, to be precise, which he says is where he picked up his brilliant technique that apparen ... More >>
Dallas civil servant Dale Long was there the day a bomb changed the civil rights landscape forever
For a growing number of Texas kids with mental illnesses, the only place to get help is behind bars.
In the battle for the District 6 council seat, the dark horse has a white face
With a little luck and a wise school superintendent, Dallas could do what Houston did
Like other past Olympic stars, local gold medal winners often have trouble keeping track of them
Gregory Morris has nothing but his musical talent. He gives back more then he gets on the streets of Dallas
Barbara Jordan, a woman of firsts, was faithful to the last