Dallas Morning News has a great article about the case of Isaac Bruce, and the lynchings and other frontier justice that used to take place in Texas before the rule of law was respected.
If you didn't watch the Dallas premier last week, D Magazine has a nice recap.
The Texas Comptroller's office is granting amnesty to state taxpayers who come clean this summer and catch up with their delinquent taxes.
NBC 5 has a story about Lewisville's new animal shelter opening. Since the story aired, the City Council has approved waiving all adoption and licensing fees for animal adoptions from the shelter from the grand opening on June 30th through the month of July. (More about that later)
The Anti-Corruption Pledge. I took it, and I hope you will too. Encourage your elected officials to sign on. It's time to take back control of our country from corruption.
I meant to post this on Fathers Day: Consider that 27% of U.S. children now live apart from their fathers.
If this is true, it's terrible. (Warning: disturbing image) It shows that China still has a long way to go for basic human rights.
In Murphy, $150,000 worth of military style weapons, including AK47s were stolen from a storage unit that the owner had simply padlocked. What are the chances they'll turn up in Mexico?
Redistricting is supposed to be about voters having their choice-- not about putting X number of minorities in office. People often forget that, but Ross Ramsay has a good article explaining it.
Collin County man drowned Sunday at Lake Lewisville.
The Lewisville Chamber of Commerce received an award over the design of its new membership directory. I must be missing something. It doesn't look all that special to me.