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Today, Richard Miles Gets Paid for 14 Innocent Years He Spent in Prison. Tomorrow: Payback.

7 years ago by Leslie Minora
Richard Miles has been out of prison for two and a half years, and he was finally, officially exonerated in February for the crime he didn't commit -- the 1994 murder and attempted murder at a Texaco near Bachman Lake. He's expecting his compensation check from the state today, any...
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"The System Made a Mistake": Judge Finally, Officially, Makes Richard Miles a Free Man

7 years ago by Leslie Minora
The ever-expanding and always sharply dressed brotherhood of Dallas County exonerees once again lined the courtroom at the Frank Crowley Courts Building for an exoneration hearing this morning, this time in support of Richard Miles, who they already know quite well. After 14 years behind bars for a murder and...
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Two Years After Wrongfully Convicted Richard Miles Was Released, He's Officially Innocent

7 years ago by Leslie Minora
Free for two years, Richard Miles has nevertheless waited and waited for today -- the official acknowledgement that he did not commit the  murder and attempted murder at a Texaco near Bachman Lake in 1994 for which he was sent to prison. The detailed 52-page opinion handed down from the Texas...
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Best Things To Do in Dallas This Weekend

3 months ago by Paige Skinner
Friday Alive, he’d be celebrating his 84th birthday this month. Dead, Elvis’ birthday bash continues with the look, the voice and the moves of tribute performer Kraig Parker, who has represented the King in more than 1,000 party, cruise ship, corporate and Las Vegas appearances since Presley’s death at 42...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

3 months ago by Paige Skinner
Wednesday Tiney Ricciardi, the beer editor at The Dallas Morning News’ GuideLive, has been doing the Lord’s work for years now, telling readers where to get the best beer. Now you can put a face to the name and ask Ricciardi all of your burning beer questions when you meet...
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The Best Ads in Cruz-O'Rouke Race Haven't Come From Either Campaign

6 months ago by Stephen Young
Throughout his campaign to unseat U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, El Paso U.S. Representative Beto O'Rourke has remained unrelentingly positive. Cruz and his campaign have, in ads or in person, called him a socialist, insinuated that he supports flag-burning and painted him as an enemy of law enforcement, but O'Rourke has...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

10 months ago by Paige Skinner
Wednesday There is truly something for everyone on the Fourth of July. That includes the maniacs who want to exercise on the one day of the year when it's acceptable to stuff your face with hot dogs made from unknown animal parts. But if you're one of those who would...
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After the Dust from the Joppa Dispute Settles, Growing Dallas Will Still Need Concrete

11 months ago by Julie Ryan
In the shade of towering trees on a warm April afternoon, the tiny Joppa community in southern Dallas seems like a sleepy country town. Thick greenery surrounds the small homes in quiet despite the buzz of traffic on Interstate 45 and Loop 12 a mile away. About 500 people live...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

1 year ago by Paige Skinner
Wednesday Docs, shots and songs — Thin Line Fest has them all Wednesday through Sunday at a variety of locations in Denton. The festival offers free general admission for a host of events, including a documentary film fest, a series of live music and a photography exhibition. Films (primarily shown...
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Reports on Dallas Inequality Shy Away from Important Possible Factors, Like Leadership and Work

1 year ago by Jim Schutze
This week, the Center for Public Policy Priorities, an Austin-based nonprofit think tank and research bureau, released a report that powerfully confirmed a wave of data from multiple sources over the last year, all portraying Dallas as harshly segregated along ethnic and economic lines. The only question is what to...

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