This Week's Hot Headlines
Editor's note: Another week has come and gone, and there's a lot we all probably missed. But we're looking out for you, kid. Here are the most popular stories from this past week:
1. World-famous Chicago pizzeria deluges Texas with deep-dish pies. Some of Chicago's most famous deep dish pizza is headed to four Texas cities. Austin-based ATX Brands, which operates breastaurant chain Bikinis Sports Bar & Grill, is bringing Gino's East to Dallas, San Antonio, Austin and Houston.
2. Where to eat in Dallas right now: 10 best new underdog restaurants. There are the new restaurants everyone knows about, the ones with the high-profile chefs and $60 steaks. But there are other new restaurants in Dallas, you know — new restaurants with good food, diligent staffers and noteworthy stature. Restaurants with their own rich stories that we simply haven't had the time to tell yet.
3. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones gets sued for sexual assault. Jana Weckerly was the person behind the camera when Jones posed provocatively with several women in an undisclosed Dallas hotel's bathroom. She says Jones assaulted her that night in 2009 and conspired with the Dallas Cowboys to keep her quiet. The team's attorney denies the allegations and says the statute of limitations has already passed.
4. Dallas trumps world for title of best skyline. According to a new poll, the iconic skylines of New York, London and Tokyo have nothing on Dallas. USA Today readers recently rated downtown Dallas as the Best International Skyline as part of the publication's 10Best poll series.
5. Family holds onto hope in search for missing Dallas-area woman Christina Morris. Efforts continue in the search for Christina Morris, a 23-year-old woman who was last seen leaving the Shops at Legacy in Plano on August 30. After failing to find Morris on foot, horseback and ATV, Texas Equusearch obtained emergency permission from the FAA to search for her by drone.