Kassandra Martinez's future just got even bleaker. The 20-year-old Mexican national was already in jail on a murder charge for allegedly running over her cousin last month at a Northwest Dallas gas station. Witnesses told police Martinez was mad at the cousin for refusing to chip in for gas after a ... More >>
A new documentary examines Venus and Serena’s rise from their upbringing in Southeast L.A.
On Wednesday afternoon, an employee at the Half Price Books mothership on Northwest Highway watched a customer as she picked out a selection of audiobooks, concealed them under her shirt, and nonchalantly walked out the back door. Darrell Stevens, a Dallas police officer working an off-duty securit ... More >>
If you see Jack Wilson in person, his appearance will have you fooled. The Austin native's jaw-length locks and happy-go-lucky smile give no indication of the struggles he's overcome in his musical career. In conversation, the folk singer/guitarist speaks of the hardships of homelessness and ... More >>
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