Politics & Government
The Other Dallas Street Name That Needs to Change
Here you go, folks. I fixed it.
By Tim Rogers
In the Botham Jean Case, Friday’s Grand Jury Decision Is Only the Beginning
A grand jury returned a murder charge against Amber Guyger, but the ultimate goal lies ahead.
By Shawn Shinneman
The Rev. Dr. Michael Waters Is Here to Heal the City’s Soul
He graduated from SMU and leads a church in South Dallas. And when he approached the podium that day at City Hall, it was a moment he spent his life preparing for.
By Zac Crain
Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger Has Been Fired
It has been more than two weeks since she shot and killed 26-year-old Botham Jean inside his Cedars apartment.
Leading Off (9/19/18)
Electronic lock data may be break in Botham Jean case and Frisco named best place to live.
At DDI Luncheon, Mayor Rawlings Condemns Character Assaults of Botham Jean
His speech focused on how Botham is the exact type of person Dallas needs to attract.
Near Dallas Police Headquarters, Pepper Balls Fired Amid a Call For Justice For Botham Jean
About 150 people gathered at Jack Evans Police Headquarters on Monday night and marched through the Cedars.
By Shawn Shinneman
Dallas Media Have Blindly Accepted What the Cops Tell Them About Botham Jean Killing
Very little about Amber Guyger's story makes sense. Including the media coverage.
By Barrett Brown
Arrest Affidavit Details Officer Guyger’s Side of What Happened In Apartment Shooting
Botham Jean was shot dead by an off duty officer in his apartment last week. The family's lawyer says he has information from witnesses that disprove the warrant's narrative.
Dallas County DA: ‘We Are Not Through’
Faith Johnson says the district attorney's office is investigating the shooting death of Botham Jean and plans to present its case to a grand jury.