[Editor’s note: Jon Anderson is a columnist for CandysDirt.com who lives in District 13. His opinions are his own.] It’s only been a few days since I broke the story of former Dallas mayor Laura Miller’s candidacy for city council District 13, and the whirlwind of sound bites has already begun. Multiple news outlets have […]Read More
Maybe we need to get over this whole “possession is 9/10ths of the law,” mentality, because some folks are taking it way too far.
In another case of a home on the market getting some unexpected tenants, Jack Brewer, 74, and his wife were arrested at the home of Jeff and Melissa Nunn after trying to assume ownership of the home, claiming it was abandoned and using a rule that hasn’t worked so well in the past.Read More
Our embattled Candy has been on blog-lite these past few days, thanks to the Maloufs’ attempts to chill her free speech down at Dallas County Court at Law No. 3 in Malouf vs. Mary Candace Evans, Byron Harris and WFAA-TV and Laura Wilson.
Now that Candy and WFAA agreed to a temporary injunction wherein they cannot step foot on the Maloufs’ property, the parties are not scheduled back in court until September, when the trial is set to begin.Read More
WFAA-TV last week reported that a University Park woman –well, WFAA called her a socialite — was arrested for peddling graphic child porn on her computer. Sick. According to Channel 8, agents raided Erika Perdue’s $1.5 million University Park home and seized computers filled with child pornography. If it’s the home I think it is, the […]Read More
Could Texas law net someone a $300,000 house for filing a $16 fee on line? Maybe. Kenneth Robinson told WFAA-TV he moved into the house at 2205 Waterford Drive on June 17 because it had the perfect storm: the home was abandoned for foreclosure, then the mortgage company that owned it went out of business. After researching a Texas law […]Read More