Thousands of people flocked to Waxahachie for the 18th Annual Texas Country Reporter Festival Saturday.
Fall has arrived in Dallas. The landscape is covered with burnt orange and crimson, not because of the turning of the leaves, but because of the Red River Rivalry.
The death of nationally syndicated radio show host David “Kidd” Kraddick came as a surprise to many, but those who knew him well said it should come as no surprise he died raising money for his charity.
With the Rangers officially beginning their 2013 campaign in Arlington later Friday, the talk of the town is all about how the fans should treat former hero, now loathed, Josh Hamilton.
With so many upsets in college basketball, there seems to be daily highlights of fans storming the court to celebrate.
NHL fans were fed up with labor strife updates and they weren’t coming back to the sport they loved once the lockout was lifted.
Around Arlington maroon and red have taken over near Cowboys Stadium as tailgaters are packing parking lots and partying before the big game.
This time – whenever the lockout ends – the league might be all out of tricks. They’ll need to dig. And it could take years to recover from the wreckage.
I truly hate this team with ever fiber of my being and will raise my future children to be fine, upstanding individuals in society by loathing them as well.
The Rangers have released their 2012 Promotional Schedule. Click here to find out when you can get a bobblehead or t-shirt!
Washington Redskins receiver Jabar Gaffney is downplaying his tweet to a Dallas Cowboys fan to “get a life or kill urself.”
North Texas saw almost no rain over summer and when it finally came, it poured all over a parade of Rangers fans who arrived at the Ballpark expecting to see game two of the ALCS.