Probation Revoked For Dallas Community ActivistDallas community activist Dominique Alexander had his probation for child abuse revoked on Friday and his two-year prison sentence begins immediately.
Serial Home Invader Gets Life In PrisonEdwin Romero committed three violent home burglaries in Collin County last year.
Jury: GM Car's Ignition Switch Not To Blame In Deadly CrashThe jury deliberated less than two hours in reaching its verdict.
Dallas City Council Member Accused Of 'Ambulance-Chasing' In Civil LawuitA new lawsuit says a Dallas City Councilwoman crossed a line in her response to a fatal dog attack.
Court Rejects Texas Professors’ Request To Block Campus CarryThe United States District Court for the Western District of Texas has denied a request by three professors to block the enforcement of Texas’ new campus carry law.
Sentencing Set For Man Accused Of Helping Plot Garland AttackA September 15 sentencing date has been set for a man convicted of supporting the Islamic State terrorist group and helping to plot an attack at a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in North Texas.
Man Gets 20 Years For Role In 2013 Murder At Southlake Town SquareJesus Gerardo Ledezma-Campano pleaded guilty in March 2016 to one count of interstate stalking and testified for the government at trial.
John Wiley Price Not Indicted For February Scuffle At Radio StationWhile running for the same seat on Dallas County Commission, Price and former Dallas City Councilman Dwaine Caraway got into a heated argument during a joint appearance on Heaven 97.
Police Arrest Owner Of Bulldog After Boy Viciously AttackedIt was at the end of May when a 13-year-old boy was attacked by a white bull terrier at an apartment complex in east Dallas. Today the person who police say let that dog run free is behind bars.
Texas Ready To Fight To Keep Voter ID Law In PlaceState Attorney General Ken Paxton's office plans to file an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court to "protect the integrity of voting in the state."
New Execution Date For Dallas Dad Who Killed 2 DaughtersA new execution date has been set for a former Dallas accountant convicted of fatally shooting his two young daughters more than 15 years ago.
Texas Lawyer Ordered To Watch What He 'Prays' For On FacebookTwice, in separate trials, the Ellis County District Attorney's office has convinced judges to stop attorney Mark Griffith from posting running commentary of a trial in his prayers on Facebook.

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