Driver Believed Responsible For Deadly 2017 Crash Is Back On The RoadIn March, a Dallas County grand jury declined to indict Jose Aguado for the crash that killed Clarence Green. Manslaughter charges were later dropped.
Lawyer: Feds Unexpectedly Drop Charges Against 17 ImmigrantsA civil rights group attorney says federal prosecutors unexpectedly dropped misdemeanor charges against 17 adult immigrants who crossed the border with children.
Desperate 911 Call Played In Notorious California Abuse CaseDavid Turpin, 56, and Louise Turpin, 49, pleaded not guilty to more than 40 charges, including torture, false imprisonment, abuse of a dependent adult and child abuse.
Texas To Settle Former Track Coach's Discrimination LawsuitThe University of Texas has agreed to settle a race and sexual discrimination lawsuit filed by former women's track coach Bev Kearney.
Prosecutors Decline Sexual Assault Charges Against Scott BaioProsecutors have declined to file charges against Scott Baio stemming from allegations by his former "Charles in Charge" co-star that he sexually assaulted her.
Son Of Former Cowboys Player Arrested For Mesquite Double MurderCassius Shakembe Williams, the son of Dallas Cowboys legend Erik Williams, is behind bars today charged with Capital Murder.
Convicted Texas Democratic State Senator Resigning PostA state senator from San Antonio is resigning, months after being convicted on 11 federal counts of money laundering and wire and securities fraud.
Supreme Court To Take Up iPhone App Store LawsuitThe Supreme Court will consider whether or not the purchasers of iPhone apps can sue Apple over allegations that it has an illegal monopoly on the sale of those apps.
Pair In Dallas Charged With Murder After 2 Bodies Found In TrunkTwo men are charged with capital murder in the shooting deaths of two men found in stuffed last month in the trunk of a Cadillac near a West Dallas park.
Extradited From Mexico, Cartel Leader Gets Nearly 50 YearsA judge sentenced a former Texas high school football player who rose through a bloody power struggle for control of a Mexican drug cartel to serve nearly 50 years in federal prison.
Family That Lost 9 In Sutherland Springs Mass Shooting Suing GovernmentIn court documents they claim, "While the shooter pulled the trigger... it was failures of the United States Air Force and others that allowed the shooter to purchase, own and/or possess... the semiautomatic rifle, ammunition and body armor he used in the shooting spree."
Bar Sued For Role In Mass Shooting At Plano HomeA lawsuit and Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission report released Thursday accuses a Plano bar for its involvement in last September's deadly mass shooting at a Plano home during a Dallas Cowboys game watch party.