When a small private bank was closed on August 7, depositors lost all of their money, a pillar of the community came tumbling down, and the town’s trusting way of life was shattered.
Football players at Dallas’ Carter High had it all: god futures, a state championship, and the feeling that they could do no wrong. The trouble was, their favorite hobbies were guns and holdups.
John Neely Bryan’s cabin may be a fake, but as Dallas’ only claim to the past, it’s a beloved fake.
In the farming town of Whitewright, stolen tenth-century illuminated manuscripts and ivory reliquaries weren’t all that Joe Meador had to hide.
Are customers of the Comanche Peak nuclear plant better off with safety advocate Juanita Ellis on the inside or the outside?
Stormie Jones’s historic transplant gave her four and a half good years. But at what cost?
Dallas is a city that has prided itself on having escaped the hostility of the civil rights years—until now.
Under Jim Hightower, the agriculture department was liberal and loose. Under Rick Perry, it will be corporate and crisp.
When her charitable foundation collapsed amid allegations of mismanagement, the Dallas socialite did the unthinkable: She started a new one.
An Alabama Klansman posing as a folksy Texas novelist almost pulled off the literary hoax of the century.
Carol Collins thought her ex-husband had been killed in Vietnam—until a mysterious photograph reopened old wounds and threw her life into turmoil.
When millionaire tennis star Martina Navratilova and her lover went to court, it was the lawyers who won.