Fort Worth spends six times more on criminal justice than community services.
The right's new "election expert"—Kevin Moncla—was once busted for illegally filming people in his home. Now he pushes the Big Lie.
Incumbent John Creuzot's policies could reduce incarceration rates in his county, but a GOP challenger seeks to dismantle his efforts.
TakeOff, of the popular Atlanta group Migos, became the latest hip-hop performer killed in Texas, as the tragic body count grows in 2022.
A look three cities' most passionate writers: local poets laureate from Dallas, San Antonio and Houston.
Shepard Fairey's "Backward Forward" and Gabrielle Goliath's "Chorus" carry on an unlikely tradition of cutting edge art in Dallas.
Vera "Velma" Hernandez brings her fans vivid photos from the heart of the beer- and grime-soaked mosh pit. Now she's taking her act on the road.
Sweltering temperatures imperil unsheltered residents, and community resources aren’t a given.
Dallas’ first freeway was built over a Freedmen’s cemetery, a cultural clear-cutting in a city built on convenience.
A 34-year-old old book set for re-release unearths a painful past with poignant provocation.