Former TCU professor, Masonic Home Mighty Mite dies

| |Saturday, Sep. 13, 2014

Miller Moseley, 92, worked on the Manhattan Project during World War II before returning to Fort Worth.

Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy dies

|Monday, Sep. 08, 2014

Cathy’s empire started in an Atlanta restaurant and grew to 1,800 outlets in 39 states.

Joan Rivers dies at 81 after medical procedure

| |Thursday, Sep. 04, 2014

Joan Rivers, the raucous, acid-tongued comedian who crashed the male-dominated realm of late-night talk shows and turned Hollywood red carpets into danger zones for badly dressed celebrities, died Thursday. She was 81.

Obituary: Joe Stecko, former Casa Mañana music director

| |Friday, Aug. 22, 2014

Joe Stecko, music director at Casa Mañana for 35 years, worked with many musical theater stars over the years including Betty Buckley, Hal Linden and Ruta Lee.

Obituary: W.T. Rufner gained notoriety during the Cullen Davis trials

Friday, Aug. 15, 2014

W.T. Rufner, a former boyfriend of Priscilla Davis, died Thursday at a Springtown group home.

Obituary: Susan Bagby Tilley, former Cliburn, Mayfest chairwoman

| |Friday, Aug. 15, 2014

Susan Tilley was the first chairwoman of Mayfest and head of the Cliburn board from 1985-1994. She died Tuesday in a Dallas hospital. She was 76.

Obituary: Luther Adkins, longtime Star-Telegram executive

| |Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014

Luther Adkins started in 1951 at Amon Carter Sr.’s WBAP-TV and during the next 41 years, became the face of the Star-Telegram to the community.

Robin Williams, manic comedy star, found dead at home

| |Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014

Williams’ death appeared to be suicide by asphyxiation, the Marin County Sheriff’s Department reported. He was 63.

Guitar legend Johnny Winter dies on tour in Europe

| |Thursday, Jul. 17, 2014

Texas blues icon Johnny Winter came out of Beaumont in the late 1960s with a memorable look and a memorable sound. He died Wednesday at 70 at a hotel near Zurich.

Etta Hulme, acclaimed Star-Telegram cartoonist, dies

| |Friday, Jun. 27, 2014

From 1972 to 2008, cartoonist Etta Hulme delighted many Star-Telegram readers with her humor and insight, and she was beloved by her colleagues. But yes, she infuriated some readers. “A cartoonist ought to provoke,” she said.