Planned Parenthood Sues Texas Over Blocked DollarsPlanned Parenthood is suing Texas over attempts to block Medicaid dollars, beginning another courtroom fight between the nation's largest abortion provider and a Republican controlled state.
"Clock Kid's" Family Demand Apology, $15 Million In DamagesAttorneys representing Ahmed Mohamed and his family want an apology and $15 million in damages from the City of Irving and Irving ISD after his arrest in September.
New Program To Help Criminals With Mental IllnessDallas County District Attorney Susan Hawk is launching a new unit Monday aimed at helping offenders who are suffering from mental illness. She is expected to give more details about the unit on Monday.
Dallas Immigration Lawyer Gets Jail For Identity FraudAn immigration attorney from Dallas must serve two years in federal prison for forging a police officer's name on a court document. Sherin Thawer was sentenced Thursday in Dallas.
Jared Fogle Gets More Than 15 Years In PrisonJared Fogle emerged from obscurity to become the unlikely face of one of the nation's biggest restaurant chains, earning a small fortune by touting the benefits of a healthy lifestyle that included Subway sandwiches.
Rick Perry's Indictment In The Hands Of Texas' Top Criminal CourtThe felony case against former Texas Governor Rick Perry is now in the hands of the state's highest criminal court. The former 2016 Republican presidential candidate didn't attend a pivotal hearing Wednesday at the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
Conviction Upheld For Condemned Garland ManThe state's highest criminal court has upheld the conviction of a Garland man sent to death row for the burning death of a clerk set on fire during a convenience store robbery.
Dallas Woman Charged In Missouri Butt Injection DeathProsecutors in Missouri have accused 44-year-old Nitica Deonte Lee of Dallas of causing another woman's death from an illegal cosmetic injection into the victim's buttocks.
Porsche Blames Paul Walker For His Car Crash DeathAttorneys for Porsche said that "The Fast and the Furious" star Paul Walker was to blame for his own death in a Southern California car crash. The claim comes in documents filed last week in Los Angeles.
Justices Agree To Hear First Abortion Case Since 2007For the first time in 8 years, the Supreme Court will hear a major abortion case -- and Texas is at the center of it.
Judge Gives Media Access To Paxton TrialTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton may not like it, but he will have to live with microphones and television cameras in his security fraud trial. Paxton objected to broadcast media access back in August.
JCPenney To Make $50 Million Available To Settle LawsuitJCPenney said Wednesday that it will make $50 million available to settle a false advertising lawsuit. JCPenney denies the allegations and said that it entered the settlement to end the burden and expense of litigation.
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