The man beaten nearly to death in a parking lot near a popular Dallas restaurant showed signs of progress in his recovery Wednesday, but the search for the suspects who beat attacked him continues.
With two big black eyes and a broken nose, Carlos Olivares looks like he’s been in a fight. He just can’t remember. Olivares was at the Dallas Cowboys game on Thanksgiving Day. Sometime after the game he was attacked and beaten.
Jacob Cramer is shy and won’t talk much these days. He sits on the couch at home, because he’s scared to leave his house. He finally told his mother how two students cornered him in the locker room and beat him up.
Police in Fort Worth are asking for help identifying a man who mercilessly beat a worker and robbed a convenience store on July 24, 2013.
Jurors found Jose Arreola guilty of Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, for the vicious beating of his then girlfriend Maria Escamilla. It took less than three hours for jurors to find the 34-year-old guilty.
The trial of a North Texas man accused of brutally beating his girlfriend is moving closer to going to the jury.
A sentencing hearing is underway for the Dallas mother who pled guilty to Injury to a Child after her two-year-old daughter was severely beaten and had her hands glued to a wall.
The daughter of a South Texas judge says she is outraged that her father received only a public warning from a state judicial conduct panel.
A father beat to death with his hands a man who tried molesting his 4-year-old daughter after the little girl was heard screaming on the family’s rural Texas ranch, authorities said Monday.
Plano police are looking for two men they say committed a hate crime in their city. According to authorities, the suspects pistol-whipped an 18-year-old young man after he defended his two female friends from anti-gay remarks.
Law enforcement officials have captured one of Texas’ Most Wanted — a man wanted for his involvement in the South Padre Island beating of North Texas college student Derek “D.J.” Madrigal.
Derek Madrigal received a hero’s welcome when he walked into Brookhaven College Tuesday morning. The visit was bittersweet since he had to withdraw for the semester, to focus on recovering from a vicious beating that happened in South Padre.