Man Accused In Zoe Hastings Murder Still Waiting To Learn His FateThe jury continues to deliberate in the trial of a Dallas man accused in the kidnap murder of teenager Zoe Hastings in 2015.
Dog Spared From Being Euthanized Doing Better With Foster FamilyLamby the dog, also known as Lamb of God, was going to be euthanized in Dallas after biting a boy but a judge spared her life and sent her to Austin, where she was taken in by the nonprofit Austin Pets Alive.
Lawsuit Filed Against Former Mesquite Cop Who Shot Unarmed ManA federal civil lawsuit was filed on Thursday against the City of Mesquite and indicted former police officer Derick Wiley in the shooting of unarmed motorist Lyndo Jones.
Good Samaritan Killer Found Guilty Of MurderRicci Bradden shot and killed T.J. Antell after shooting his wife in the leg in May 2016.
Prosecution Rests In Cochran Murder Trial; ME Finds No Sex AssaultFor most of the day, testimony focused on information culled from cell phones -- both the defendant's and the victim's.
Texas Man On Trial In Fatal Oklahoma Interstate ShootingsA Texas man accused of killing two people as he drunkenly shot at vehicles while driving along a freeway in Oklahoma is in court to face murder charges.
High Court Rejects Texas Democrats' Gerrymandering ComplaintThe U.S. Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal from the Texas Democratic Party charging that the Republican-controlled Legislature illegally gerrymandered the state's electoral maps.
Forensic Evidence, Second Witness Come Into Play In Cochran Murder TrialA series of experts testified about hair and DNA samples recovered from the scene.
Jurors Hear About Hair Found At Dallas Teenager's Murder SceneTestimony continued Friday in the Antonio Cochran trial. He is the man accused of abducting and murdering Dallas teenager Zoe Hastings two years ago.
Formal Charges For Adoptive Parents Of Texas 3-Year-Old Found Dead A Dallas County grand jury has indicted the adoptive parents of Sherin Mathews for her death.
Teacher Arrested At School Board Meeting Says Lawsuit Seems LikelyThe teacher who was ejected from a school board meeting and roughly handcuffed after questioning her superintendent's pay raise said that a lawsuit is likely the next step.
Oklahoma Woman Guilty In Daughter's Crucifix DeathA jury in Oklahoma has convicted a woman of killing her 33-year-old daughter by forcing a crucifix and medallion down her throat because she believed the woman was possessed by the devil.

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