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Leading Off (1/17/13)

Harold Simmons’ Secret Will. The widow of the recently deceased Dallas billionaire/evil genius has asked that all documents related to his probate case be sealed. Presumably this is because his heir is a journeyman minor-league ballplayer who’ll have 30 days to spend $30 million before he can inherit the bulk of the fortune. So everybody plan to vote “None of the Above” in this year’s gubernatorial election.

Judge in Muñoz Case Recuses Herself. State district judge Melody Wilkinson didn’t explain why she doesn’t believe she should hear the matter of the family which has filed suit against JPS Health Network for the right to take pregnant and brain-dead Marlise Muñoz off life support.

Cupcake ATM Gets an Upgrade. The ability to buy a cupcake 24 hours a day wasn’t, apparently, good enough for the people of Dallas. Sprinkles’ new technology will better meet our insatiable appetites, dispensing up to four treats in a single transaction.