Aug 5, 2014
Dallas Morning News
Developer withdraws $100 million proposal for parking structure, public park at Pacific Plaza
On Thursday the Dallas Park and Recreation Board will get an update on where things stand with Pacific Plaza, the crowded-with-parked-cars patch of cracked blacktop the city's been trying to turn into a downtown park since Quincy Carter was the Cowboys' quarterback.
Fri Aug 01, 2014
After 48 Years, Unborn Victim of UT Tower Massacre Gets Headstone
Gary Lavergne, author of Sniper in the Tower, at the site of the headstone he recently had installed in Austin Memorial Park, 7/28/2014.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Inside the Bush family's green retreat
At their magnificent 1,600-acre Crawford retreat, once known as the Western White House, Laura and George W. Bush live the green life in a house that is tailored for easygoing indoor-outdoor enjoyment.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Amtrak disrupted from Fort Worth to San Antonio
Amtrak has shut down its Texas Eagle train service between Fort Worth and San Antonio for two months and is using buses to ferry passengers through Central Texas because of massive construction at the Tower 55 railroad intersection near downtown Fort Worth.
Powers deserves our support now more than ever
Much has been said in the past couple of days about UT System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa instructing President Bill Powers to resign at risk of termination.