Brownwood Firefighter Falls to Death at Rangers Game. I cannot even wrap my head how the family of the Brownwood firefighter who fell to his death trying to catch a ball during last night’s Ranger’s game must feel Â – especially since the whole tragic accident happened in front of his son. It was a year and a day after another fan fell from the stands during a game. Team president Nolan Ryan says the team is “distraught,” especially Josh Hamilton, who tossed the ball to the fan.
At Last Our Long National Nightmare is Over. Roy Williams got Â his ring back. But to review, kiddies: If you don’t have time to propose in person, you should just wait. Some things are not for the mail.
John Wiley Price Search Warrant Wants Everything. WFAA mentions the search warrants executed last week were looking for dealings with Walmart, AT&T and Hillwood Inc. Â Fox 4 adds the FBI was also interested in an online retail business called Male Man, registered to Price’s assistant, Daphne Fain. Â This explains why it was unavailable for um, a project I was working on.
Golly Gee. Yeah. I maneuvered my way around a paywall for this.
The Stars At Night, Are Big and Bright … Apparently the new rumor is that erstwhile former Rangers co-owner Chuck Greenberg is interested in buying the Dallas Stars. Of course, everyone is quick to say it’s pure conjecture, too. So you know, let the spitballing continue.