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Ex-Texas School Chief Admits Falsifying Immigration RecordsA former administrator with the Garland Independent School District has admitted he received kickbacks and other benefits by falsifying immigration documents so that teachers from Latin America and elsewhere could work in his district.
Playboy Model Who Shot Nude Pic Of Unwitting Woman Due In CourtA Playboy centerfold who ignited a backlash of criticism when she secretly snapped a photo of a naked 71-year-old woman in a locker room and posted it online mocking the woman's body is expected to appear in court.
Mistrial Declared In FWPD Officer Wrongful Shooting CaseA Fort Worth police officer's fate was in the hands of a jury on Wednesday, but the panel could not agree and a mistrial was declared before the lunch hour.
Defense Raises Race Bias In Cosby Jury SelectionWith just one black person seated among the first 11 jurors chosen for Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial, defense lawyers are crying foul and accusing prosecutors of trying to systematically keep blacks off of the jury.
Nokia And Apple Settle Long-Running Legal DisputesNokia and Apple have settled their numerous legal disputes after signing an agreement to work together.
Texas Bill Would Limit Drones Near Border With MexicoTexas residents near the Mexico border could soon receive new protection from drones.
Feds Will Not Pursue Another John Wiley Price TrialA jury found Price not guilt of bribery and mail fraud.
Ex-U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner Pleads Guilty In Sexting CaseFormer congressman Anthony Weiner will appear in federal court to plead guilty to charges in connection with his online communications with a 15-year-old girl in North Carolina, officials said.
Texas May Scrap Law Mandating Jail For Selling Unmarked CDsTexas lawmakers are moving to finally abolish a provision allowing people to face jail time for selling unlabeled CDs.
Jury Acquits Tulsa Cop In Shooting Of Unarmed Black ManA jury on Wednesday acquitted a white Oklahoma police officer who says she fired out of fear last year when she killed an unarmed black man with his hands held above his head.
Texas Man Sues Woman For $17.31 Movie Ticket After Bad DateA Texas man is suing a woman he went on a date with for the price of a movie ticket after he says she texted through the film and left him at the theater.
Court Pauses Criminal Case Against Texas' Attorney GeneralA state appeals court has temporarily halted Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's criminal case on securities fraud charges as he presses for a new judge.

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