Police say a 40-year-old homeless man who left an unidentified animal part at Sen. Wendy Davis’s office earlier in the week has been charged with leaving a bag of incendiary devices in front of her door Tuesday.
A Saginaw police investigation began with a February call that the owner of an antique mall had been doused with gasoline and her business set on fire. Flash forward nearly weeks and that woman is in jail, accused of staging the entire incident herself.
Deborah Scott, part owner of the Sisters Antique Mall, has been released from the hospital where she was treated for minor burns and bruises.
Nobody was injured in the January 26 blaze that destroyed the main building at Selwyn College Preparatory School in Denton.
Almost everyone in the neighborhood knew 90-year-old Bobby Hubbard. But neighbors, friends, family members and even investigators are stumped as to who would want him dead.
Attorneys are using new fire investigation science to challenge arson convictions, in much the way that DNA now clears those accused of murder and rape.
Police in Garland say what began as a wild night of partying quickly got out of control and now two teenage girls are being charged with Capital Murder.
Two men are in police custody, suspected of robbing a house in McKinney, at some point killing the person inside and setting the house on fire.
A Texas state commission prevented from further investigating a case where death penalty opponents say an innocent man may have been executed is set to offer recommendations on future arson inquiries.
A fire damaged a popular and historic Dallas restaurant late on Tuesday night. The blaze broke out at the original Sonny Bryan’s Smokehouse.
Johnson County Sheriff Bob Alford says 21-year-old Patrick David Pantuso has admitted setting seven grass fires in the area during August.
Someone hurled a glass bottle topped with a flaming rag and filled with diesel fuel through the front door of the McKinney Planned Parenthood offices sometime after 10 p.m. Tuesday, a spokeswoman said.