North Texas has had its fair share of brewery openings the past two years, but nary a one that is dedicated strictly to Irish beers. Shannon Carter is set to change that. Last month the City of Keller approved Carter's plans for Shannon Brewing Co., which he hopes to officially open in February. S ... More >>
Here's how The Dallas Morning News' Gromer Jeffers Jr. introduced the new candidate for North Texas' state House District 102 in a blog post this afternoon: Retired Army Capt. Samuel Brown announced Wednesday that he's seeking the GOP nomination to replace Stefani Carter in the Texas House. And he ... More >>
Becca Morrison's husband came home from Iraq and killed himself. She's "still here, and still fighting."
This Saturday might have been the worst day yet in this early spring season for farmers markets as far as the weather is concerned. Early morning thunderstorms were followed by some seriously nippy temperatures -- it was a damp, cold, windy Saturday morning. Despite the weather, the more devoted far ... More >>
Prediction: The next few weeks may not be a ton of fun for Mike Miles. Miles, the superintendent of Harrison School District Two in Colorado Springs, was named the lone finalist for the top job in Dallas ISD at a meeting this afternoon. The board, which voted 8-0 (with Carla Ranger abstaining), now ... More >>
Dallas Museum of ArtPortrait of Mrs. Emery Reves by Graham Sutherland, 1978A federal lawsuit filed in Dallas on Friday has all the makings of a Vanity Fair feature story, down to the famous names who make cameo appearances -- among them, President Franklin Roosevelt, Coco Chanel and Winston Churc ... More >>
District Judge Mike Snipes, who served with the Army's First Infantry Division in Iraq in 2004.Back in January, the paper version of Unfair Park featured Megan Feldman's story on a specialized Dallas County court that's connecting ex-prostitues with treatment and, provided they stick ... More >>
On a clear day, you can see why development in southern Dallas has been screwed forever
Two Texas brothers fall in the war on terrorone in combat, one by his own hand
Wesley Clark speaks
Uncle Sam wants you--especially if you're Latino
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Terry Anderson thought he'd be in Athens right now, chasing his lifelong dream of Olympic gold. Instead, he's in prison, his life plugged full of holes.
No refunds, Rangers fans, even though the dark clouds of the A-Rod trade threaten the entire season
Death and rumors have followed Sandra Bridewell for decades. But no one could predict the strange turn her life has taken today.
From fake IDs to guns, Ecstasy and GHB, Doug Havard was one-stop shopping for Dallas' spoiled rich kids
POW-camp thriller provides a not-so-great escape
Deterrence takes on -- and bungles -- the biggest question of all
Arthur Miller shouldn't throw stones
Are bad-boy lawyers Bill Brewer and John Bickel building a bridge to Dallas' minority communities, or trying to sell them one?
At Harlingen's Marine Military Academy, the line between discipline and abuse is sometimes as thin as a knife's edge