Dr. Christopher Duntsch didn't last long as a doctor in Texas. Two and a half years after the state awarded him a medical license, the founder and chief surgeon of the Texas Neurosurgical Institute in Plano had it indefinitely revoked by the Texas Medical Board, which decided he posed a grave danger ... More >>
Welcome to Local Music 'Mericans, where we get to know the people behind the scenes in Dallas/Fort Worth music. Josh Baish is the head honcho at Denton's Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios, perhaps one of the most important venues in DFW's music scene since opening in 1997. Baish owes its success to ... More >>
In 1989 Dallas Carter High School stud Derric Evans signed his letter of intent to play college football at the University of Tennessee. While in a hot tub. That's the day I lost interest in National Signing Day. It's all hoopla and hype and rarely does a four-year college football snapshot ... More >>
Surprised to see Bryant on the list? You shouldn't be.Is it time for Jerry Jones to step aside as general manager of the Dallas Cowboys, or do the three Super Bowl wins under his tenure validate his decision to remain in that role? The debate will continue until Jones either hands over the keys t ... More >>
That headline's intended with all due respect -- because, see, the new director of the George W. Bush Presidential Library on the SMU campus will be Bourbon County, Kentucky, native Alan Lowe, currently exec director of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy on the University of Tennessee ... More >>
Former cornerback Dwayne Goodrich comes to grips with his hit-and-run of three Good Samaritans as he plans for life after prison
What's not to like about the best tight end in Cowboys history?
Forgiving the past opened Sandora Irvin's future
If Russell Fish ever wins his lawsuit, watch 'em blow
When the new super gets to town, Dallas will decide whether it really wants accountability
Bad teachers make bad students, according to DISD's own statistics; just don't ask to see them
For Dallas' wackiest speaking gig, Cheyenne Turner brings in UFO inventors, alien abductees, and millennial prophets. But she has to keep her antennae up. These days, E.T. could be a neo-Nazi.
Holly Mullen explains how a massive paupers' graveyard barely survived greedy landowners and a stealth real-estate deal