A North Texas man faces up to life in prison and a $5 million fine for his role in running a methamphetamine ring.
Jurors will begin deliberating whether a North Texas man should die for drowning his two young sons.
Country superstar Randy Travis has sued two Texas agencies to block the public release of a police patrol car video of his 2012 DWI arrest in Grayson County.
Prosecutors continue to press a North Texas jury to send a man to death row for drowning two of his sons in a creek.
The attorney for a man who drowned his sons said that his client acted out of fear that the boys would grow up to be like him, and urged jurors to spare his client the death penalty.
A Mesquite woman has filed a lawsuit for an incident caught on camera at the Dallas County Jail.
The Kaufman County Crime Stoppers board has voted to return the six-figure reward fund that was set aside for information on three high-profile murders.
Testimony has started in the capital murder trial of Naim Rasool Muhammad. The Dallas father is accused of killing his two sons in 2011. Prosecutor Tammy Kemp told the jury Muhammad pushed the boys face down into a creek, “…of filthy, smelly water until they stopped kicking.”
A 40-year old man was sentenced by a Tarrant County jury to 45 years in prison for sexually abusing his girlfriend’s 10-week-old daughter in July 2012.
It has been nearly two weeks since eight children were dropped off at a Dallas fire station, and their mother is set to appear in court on Friday.
Wednesday workers with the SPCA of Texas took custody of two cruelly treated dogs in Dallas. The seizure was the first for the new partnership between the SPCA and the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office’s Animal Cruelty Unit.
A military judge has refused to delay this month’s scheduled trial of a Fort Hood officer charged in a deadly 2009 shooting rampage at the Central Texas post.