A prosecutor who handled the case of a Texas man executed for the fire deaths of his three daughters has been formally accused of misconduct over allegations that he concealed evidence during the 1992 murder trial.
Police on Tuesday were searching the Houston home of millionaire Robert Durst after his arrest over the weekend in New Orleans.
Grand juries in Texas are chosen like no other place in the country.
Five people were sentenced to prison on Tuesday, and must repay millions of dollars, in a Texas mortgage fraud scam involving fake documents and inflated home values.
A man who allegedly tried to leave the country after a hit-and-run crash goes on trial Tuesday in Fort Worth. Omar Mohammed is accused of hitting a 73-year-old pedestrian and then fleeing from the scene.
An East Texas man set for execution this week for a shootout eight years ago that left two sheriff’s officers dead has won a reprieve from the state’s highest criminal appeals court.
Newly released body camera video shows Dallas police shooting and killing a man outside his home.
An ongoing investigation by the CBS 11 I-Team has led to new restrictions for former Fort Worth funeral home owner.
The government is taking the nation’s biggest satellite TV provider to court, accusing DIRECTV of misleading millions of consumers about the cost of its programming.
The contractor at the center of a witness tampering allegation in the Super Bowl 45 seating lawsuit is talking to 1080 KRLD and telling his side of the story.
The pain may be gone, but the scars and troubles still linger for an Arlington man burned by an exploding e-cigarette battery.
The final word over the Super Bowl seat mishap four years ago is now in the hands of a federal court jury.