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Amber Glenn’s Olympic Story Is Uniquely Hers

The Plano native skates tonight for a chance to make the Olympics. Whether or not she makes it, she's done things her way.
By Brooklee Han
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Baseball

Owen White Is Done Biding His Time

The former second-round pick spent three years on the sidelines. Now, he's the hottest prospect in Texas' system—and a name to watch throughout baseball.
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Sonny Dykes Saved SMU Football. Will He Stay to Sustain It, Too?

The program is at a crossroads with its head coach. The wrong path could undo years of progress.
By Laken Litman
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Big Dreams, Big Money, Big Stadiums: How Dallas Remade Pro Football

Sunday's game between the Cowboys and Chiefs comes with plenty of stakes. None of them transcend how those teams, and their city of origin, shaped the NFL.
By Blake Earle
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Crime

The End of a Playboy

As developer and reality show star Bill Hutchinson faces accusations of sexually assaulting young women, he has lost control of his carefully crafted persona.

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Jason Witten’s (Second) Second Act

Life in the broadcast booth didn't suit him. Despite his record this season, life on the sidelines just might—even when it means doing lunch room duty.
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The Unusual Origins of the Dallas Bluebonnets, the Trailblazing Women’s Football Team

An excerpt from the new book Hail Mary: The Rise and Fall of the National Women's Football League
By Frankie de la Cretaz and Lyndsey D'Arcangelo
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Basketball

Trinity Valley Community College Is the Hoops Dynasty You’ve Never Heard Of

Eight national championships. 31 straight winning seasons. 10 WNBA players. Not bad for a tiny school 70 miles outside of town.
By Jarrett Van Meter
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Jabril Cox Is Dallas’ Most Adaptable Cowboy

The Cowboys' other rookie linebacker has switched cities, schools, and positions. But he's ready to make a home in Dallas—and there's reason to believe he will, too.
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Ryan Hollingshead’s Unconventional Road

He almost didn't play professional soccer at all. Then his career nearly ended at its peak. But the FC Dallas defender has kept going—and kept doing things his way.