A Bluffview man was among four accused of running afoul of securities laws when convincing people to invest in oil and gas interests.Read more
Chris Murzin’s friends and family are continuing his legacy of advocating for people with disabilities.Read more
A 43-year-old Flower Mound music instructor accused of sexually abusing a then-15-year-old girl pleaded guilty to sexual assault of a child.
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On a bitterly cold Dec. 8, 2006, a University Park couple finished putting their children to bed and noticed a primped gray cat pounce onto the porch.
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The Murzin family is seeking answers about the shooting death of their beloved husband and father in a potential road rage incident.Read more
Bill Mathes took over as University Park’s police chief in December after the retirement of former longtime chief Greg Spradlin, who spent more than 16 years with the city.Read more
Where else but in the pages of Park Cities People, Preston Hollow People, and peoplenewspapers.com can you read crime reports like this one from September 2019?Read more
A reader takes us to task for the police reports, and the Salvation Army thanks the holiday generosity of HIghland Park Village shoppers.Read more
While the decision to not indict officers for the shooting of Breonna Taylor sparked anger, confusion, and unrest across the nation, the result would likely have remained the same had it been examined under Texas law, says Dallas attorney and SMU adjunct professor Eric Cedillo.Read more
When a half dozen readers reached out to us about being unceremoniously divested of their vehicle’s catalytic converter, and we found yet another instance where a NorthPark Center shopper was parted with the part in police reports, we had to ask: Why catalytic converters?Read more
SKULDUGGERY OF THE WEEK: UNWELCOME GUEST A scoundrel looked over a fence in the 3500 block of Lindenwood Avenue intoRead more