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Outrageous Accusations
Sworn testimony in Carlos Cortez's defamation case contains a litany of shocking criminal accusations against the sitting Dallas county judge. The Texas Court of Appeals ordered the court documents ...
Unheathly Obsessions
Prompted by the revelation that Americans would rather live without sex than without their smartphones, FinancesOnline.com took a closer look at a variety of survey results to compile a ...
Homestate Glory
Recent college graduates have a lot to consider when thinking about their next steps. In addition to career paths, they must weigh quality-of-life factors in the cities they may soon ...
Ongoing Controversies
State District Judge Carlos Cortez has lost a years-long battle to keep an ethics complaint against him from entering the public record. The Texas Court of Appeals ruled on April ...
Fracking Fact-Finding Mission
An independent researcher has found evidence of ill effects of fracking in the Barnett Shale that challenges optimistic claims from government officials. Mahdi Ahmadi, a University of North Texas graduate ...
Pet of the Week
Some of our former featured pets really need your help: Rupaul, Athena and Little One still need forever homes, so help us spread the word about these lovable, adoptable companions ...
Allergy Woes
Dallasites love to whine about their allergies. Turns out, they have good reason: The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) has released its list of spring 2014 allergy capitals ...
Cowtown Pride
Fort Worthians (Fort Worthers?) can add a point to their side of the Dallas-Fort Worth scoreboard as it appears that Cowtown is the most "country-minded" big city in America, while ...
Dallas Philanthropist Passing
Margaret Crow, wife of Dallas-based real estate developer Trammell Crow, died April 11; she was 94. Margaret filled many roles: hostess, civic leader, wife and mother. One of her most ...
Making The Grade
There's a certain pride that comes with seeing your high school on a list of the best in the country. Even decades after commencement, seeing your alma mater's ...
Don't Mess With Texas (Monthly)
Editor's note: After publishing this piece, The New York Times ran a corrected version of its article, clarifying that Emmis Communications has not named Jake Silverstein as a co-defendant ...
Shoe Killer's Harsh Sentence
Houston resident Ana Trujillo, who was convicted of murdering her boyfriend with the heel of her stiletto, has just been sentenced to life in prison. Trujillo cried in court when ...
Easter Events
Get out your egg-dying kits and chocolate bunnies because it’s Easter season. This means you and your family are invited to make memories at egg hunts, parades and outdoor ...
Religious Controversy
A Collin County judge has ruled against a North Texas homeowners association that was trying to prevent an Orthodox Jewish congregation from using the residential area as a place of ...
Ranking It
With so many cities in North Texas to choose from, deciding where to put down roots can be a daunting task. Thankfully, a new survey from Movoto is here to ...
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