The life—promising beginning, overripe middle, bloody end—of Lee Chagra, the biggest drug lawyer in El Paso.
It wasn’t easy and it wasn’t cheap. But was it justice?
Bob Doherty was a Texas ranger who believed in the myth of the Old West; Greg Ott was a college dope dealer, a child of the sixties. When they met, it destroyed both their lives.
It was Memorial Day weekend and the pickings were slim. Most of the ships that normally would have been in port lay anchored in Galveston Bay so they wouldn’t have to pay time and a half to longshoremen. The old longshoreman they called Goat made his rounds, cadging drinks and looking
The Texas Rangers are spending their way to an American League pennant—or bankruptcy.
Amarillo millionaire Stanley Marsh 3 couldn’t believe his own good fortune—the Cullen Davis murder trial was coming to town.
Praise the Lord for gentle creatures and pass the ammunition.
You don’t have to be crazy to attend Texas-OU Weekend, but it helps.
The most popular club at the Colonial Golf Tournament is the one with barstools.
The Baja wilderness isn’t a great place to confront one’s own neuroses, but it’s an even worse place to confront someone else’s.
Forget all those myths about poverty and welfare. This family is real and they live it.
Profile of a society murder and the woman who lived to tell about it.
The life and times of Candy Barr—the woman who made headlines by always being in the wrong place at the right time.
Don’t blame Darrell Royal for all those orange toilet seats.
Not all the action was on the field at Super Bowl X.
A real-life detective caper, complete with surprise ending.
If you thought you knew, you were probably wrong.
Was the death of the Fort Worth Press murder or euthanasia?
He may have pleased the court, but what about himself?
A rodeo is an anachronism, like javelin throwing: but its bumps, bruises, and brawls are real.
How do you find a folksy town of 7,500 people 20 years later in a sprawling city of 110,000?
Behind the mask is a man of God, a man devoted to the all-American goal of winning the all-American game as few have done before him.
Those who enforce our narcotics laws often use the stuff themselves.
Old Glory is a long way from Madison Avenue, and Bigun Bradley probably knew it.
Why the best runner in pro football ran right out of the game.