(Published Oct. 18, 1993.)
In news files, late attorney Dee J. Kelly Jr. was genius and jokester
Confidante and campaigner for LBJ, Bentsen, Reagan-Bush
“Kelly is not bashful,” not even when the joke was on him
Unseen voters in middle America no longer turn an election
Trump, other candidates playing to an anti-establishment faction
If people never vote, they probably won’t in 2016
Glowing light seemed to ‘beam up’ conductor
It was during the ‘Sci-Fi’ concert, but unplanned
The next night, flickering lights darted above the stage
News of a coach’s arrest stirs social-media storm
Officer warned her about language during a game
Police blasted coach on Facebook, but case dropped
Born in Austin to a UT Law School prof and his wife
She’s from a Texas ranching family with a notorious past
Her grandmother’s home in Calvert is now a B&B
Police should have backed away from school discipline case
Waste of their time and Ahmed Mohamed’s; box wasn’t a bomb
If you can tell the time, it’s not a crime
Donald Trump told a crowd in Dallas that America is great and so is he
But ego and braggadocio don’t amount to public policy
Fearful Latinos outside arena are Texans, voters, too
In 1971, a patrol officer was shot by a long-range sniper
Officer Edward Belcher’s death came during racial unrest
The convicted killer denied it, but was seen with a rifle
The track brings 900 jobs, $30 million to the city
Mayor Jensen: Lone Star needs gaming to survive
Simulcast racing will reopen after a 1-day shutdown
Dedication is Tuesday for the restored Botanic Garden gate
Acme Brick made good on its 100-year warranty
Long-missing plaque adds names of 1965 donors
Trump told Ramos ‘Go back to Univision,’ but that wasn’t the big story
When a supporter told Ramos ‘Get out of my country,’ that set off fears
Trump is out to make headlines, but he’s also drawing a noxious following
Evangelical and Tea Party voters, Cruz’s core Texas support, remain split
If they eventually settle on one favorite, it looks like Trump or surgeon Ben Carson
Cruz is going all-out against Planned Parenthood, will speak here Sept. 3
Now a Republican, the candidate-comedian backs Trump but says he shouldn’t run as an independent.
Steve McCollum leaves the JPS Health Network board, but he still supports a proposed $809 million bond election.
The Oklahoma convenience store chain draws big crowds for a new store, but fixes one giant sign mistake.
Ed and Rae Schollmaier’s gift launched the fundraising campaign, so it’s Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena.
A Cleburne group is careful about who guards recruiting stations, but others seem less responsible.
The New York Republican went to Laredo for a photo op, but will he stick with a winter-long presidential campaign?
Law officers can detain, handcuff and jail Texans for even the most minor traffic offense.
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