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Paradise Lost

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Roiling on the River

Slow Crawl to Justice

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Nowhere to Flee

Fighting back against an abusive boyfriend landed Maria Molina in Tarrant County Jail with a one-way ticket back to violence-ridden El Salvador.  Jessica Ramirez, member...

National Journalism Award Winners

In the Weekly’s 24 years of existence, we’ve never had a better showing. Announced last week in San Diego, site of the annual convention of...

Paz’s Preemptive Strike

Ashley Paz recently made history by possibly becoming the first elected official in the universe to initiate an investigation of herself. The Texas Education...

Separating Families: A U.S. Tradition

The backlash caused by the United States’ recent caging of immigrant children in mass holding centers has ignited another fiercely debated topic. Some of...

Grady Speared

Business is booming at Horseshoe Hill despite the arrest earlier this month of the restaurant’s chef and “face” – Grady Spears – on a...

Gone Dog

A German shepherd pup that was fatally shot by an Arlington police officer might still be alive today if not for the city’s policy...

Not so Supreme Court

Not much to report. Just another Racism Week in America, this time thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court. A day before the highest judges...

Fenced In

Near Southside-based attorney Sean Lynch had recently returned from downtown’s Family Law Center to his Rosedale Street office and its familiar west-facing mural. Painted...

The Zero Tolerance President

In what will likely become known as the Age of Orange, cross-party unity is hard to come by. There was, of course, that short...

Stall Tactics

Elected officials nervous about honoring open records requests have a lifeline in the state attorney general’s office. In a pinch, they can always just...