Posts Tagged ‘cole’

Let the Right Ones Out

Fort Worth folks play key roles in the work of freeing the wrongly convicted.
DAN MCGRAW
Cory Session is busy these days. The Fort Worth native is spending a lot of time in Austin, lobbying the Texas Legislature to make changes in the state’s criminal justice laws. He also speaks often to law school students, bot...


Rocking Their World

Static
Jeana Cole’s mother-in-law thought an earthquake had struck their family home in south Arlington on Monday. Wrong — the window-rattling tremors and noise were from the heavy-equipment crews building a natural gas pipeline i...



Justice Comes Too Late for Timothy Cole

Betty Brink
“A good name is more desirable than great riches,” Governor Rick Perry said as he looked at the mother of Timothy Brian Cole, telling her that he was proud to “look you in the eye and tell you that I’m giving your son a...


Same (Smelly) Song

Eastsiders say a local food processor is still stinking up their neighborhood.
ERIC GRIFFEY
When Bill Cole saw a “haz-mat” team in front of his Riverside-area auto repair shop last month, it brought back some pretty bad memories.



Holiday Show

Gallery
Old King Cole was a merry old soul, but he might have been even merrier if he’d seen the Upstairs Gallery’s holiday show.


Paula Cole

Listen Up
If you were a member of a gay gym circa 1998, it’s unclear which one of two hits — seemingly played on a continuous loop — made you want to beat yourself over the head with the dumbbells more: Cher’s “Believe” or ne...



Raising a Stink

An Eastside man says his complaints about a smelly meat-packing plant led to four years of hell.
Dan Malone
Bill Cole says he nearly lost it all for just opening his mouth. If he hadn’t gone public with his complaints about pollution from an Eastside meat rendering plant, if his picture hadn’t appeared in the news, Cole says he w...