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What I’m Watching: The Puck Drops on Dallas Stars Season

Plus: A TCU upset in the making? And the matchup the Cowboys must win to stretch their win streak to five games.

Innocent and in Jail: How COVID-19 Is Robbing North Texans of Their Rights

Data show that 80 percent of those who have died from COVID-19 in county jails were not convicted of a crime.
Big Cedar Lodge, Missouri
Executive Travel

A Trip to Big Cedar Lodge With Lauren Olaya

The TCU grad and former golf pro loves spending time at Johnny Morris' Ozark Mountains resort, where the golf is the real deal.

Personnel Moves: Former Jacobs Executive Joins National Design Firm to Lead Health Practice Division

Plus prominent attorney Patrick Luff joins Nachawati Law Firm, Talley Riggins Construction Group hires industry veteran to assist with strong industrial demand, and more.

From Free Agent to Real Estate Agent

How former MLB player Sam Demel segued into real estate and became a Fort Worth wine bar owner.


Texas Christian University Building

Meet the Dallas 500: Victor Boschini

TCU's chancellor has a thing for Grease and once worked at a car wash.
Smiling female manager listening to colleagues at a meeting

What is an Adaptive Leader?

There comes a point in any new leader’s career where transition or disruption force us to ask the question: What is next?

The Tiny Texas Town Bankrolling Dallas Institutions

Welcome to Windthorst, Texas, where a few dairy farmers have facilitated more than $230 million in loans across the state—including to the Arboretum and Jesuit.

Poll: Were TCU and Baylor Done Wrong?

Many fans were unhappy the teams' exclusion from the College Football Playoff field.
Local News

TCU’s Project ISIS Changing Names

The director of an alternative education program at TCU called Project ISIS has decided to change name of the project. The school was facing the same problems as this company, this institute, this Egyptian goddess, and apparently thousands of women like this. The old program name stood for: "innovating strategies, inspiring students." The new name, LiiNK, stands for: "let's inspire innovation 'n kids."