With Dallas-born Jesse Plemons as a villainous FBI agent, the historical drama tells how informant William O’Neal’s betrayal led to the assassination of Black Panther Fred Hampton.
Houston native Justin Simien's bloody second film has a social message, but it's at its best when it embraces absurdity and camp.
‘The 24th’ Tells the Overlooked Story of a Texas Race Riot That Led to the Largest Murder Trial in U.S. Military History
Kevin Willmott’s unsettling film revisits the Houston riot of 1917, in which an all-Black Army unit mutinied after enduring months of harassment.
Deep Ellum, once a haven for outsiders and intrepid music aficionados, is in the process of being spruced up for the well-heeled set. But longtime Deep Ellum regulars want to ensure they still have a role to play in carving out the city’s musical niche.
The U.S. v. John Wiley Price trial began on Thursday, but the real fireworks are expected to come over the coming four months.
Competition crosses state lines.
Robberies. Car accidents. Snake bites.
Music Monday: Ahead of Opening His Summer Tour In Texas, Drake Films “Child’s Play” Video in Houston
Drake, as he is wont to do, visits the Cheesecake Factory and a strip club.
Hey, we'll take it.
The city tried to buy up $50K worth of ad space in Cleveland to advertise Dallas.
Airbnb and HomeAway get sucked into the latest battle of Austin v. the sharing economy.
It’s possible to be both a hero and a liar.
By default, is UNT America’s college? No, but this is still a big deal.
Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t stop spending money.
And it doesn't look like it will end any time soon.
Like Wu Tang, Scoremore is for the children.
What young Dallasites have to say about race.
This shouldn’t take ten years, should it?
Get off our lawn, McDonald’s.
Citizen Review Panel of APD’s investigation into the shooting of an unarmed, naked teen advises that an APD cadet trainer be removed.
If Jerry Jones Thinks A Link Between Football And CTE Is Absurd, He Should Talk To This Cowboy Hall Of Famer
Jerry Jones is a brain-injury truther.
Robert Jeffress and Joel Osteen have spoken favorably of the mogul, but haven't actually endorsed him *wink, wink*.
The crack of the bat could be in the capital’s future.
Big Lawsuits Happen Here.
If so, there are over fifty schools that need new names.
Sports economist say not as much as you’d think.
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. And experts say it'll make him less focused, too.
Where can you take that hunk of metal?
If your classmate is potentially dying, just let it happen.
Is this the cure to a 4-12 season?
The city launched an initiative to address the loose dog problem of South Dallas.
New festival locales, a Janis Joplin biopic, and something—anything!—from Beyoncé.
A grim recap of a dismal season of UNT football.
It’s like putting a Band-Aid on a broken kneecap.
Texas Live!, the name of the development, is slated to be completed by 2017.
It looks like there might not be a cure for this disease.
South Oak Cliff students stage walk out amid crumbling school conditions, but fifteen miles down the road Highland Park ISD is flush with cash.
One of the course's main directives would be to curb sexual assault and rape.
Welcome, car overlords.
Come and Take It Texas marched along the trail wearing longarms to prove a point about safety.
Who cares if it’s ”technically passing;” we’re all grounded.
Texas Voices for Reason and Justice Says the ordinances in small towns that restrict where sex offenders live are unconstitutional.
Here is a tale of murder, kidnapping, and a ”blood ritual” out of San Antonio.
Do the crime, get a life sentence … of marriage.
Two decades after a tragic car accident, The D.O.C., a West Coast rap pioneer and Dallas native, made a triumphant return to the stage in his hometown.