Texas Judge Grants Bond To Asylum Seeker With Brain TumorAn immigration judge has granted bond to a Salvadoran woman in a move that may allow her to soon leave a detention facility in Texas to seek treatment for a brain tumor.
Texas Man Initially Held On $4 Billion Bond Freed On Reduced BondA murder suspect who had been booked into a Central Texas jail with bond initially set at $4 billion bond has been released after he posted a reduced bond of $151,000.
Irving Man Charged In Child Abuse Case That Left 1-Year-Old DeadIrving police have arrested a man after a 1-year-old in his care, died under suspicious circumstances.
Community Excited About Improvements At South Oak Cliff High SchoolParents and students are proud to witness the positive change that is taking place at South Oak Cliff high, even if it takes a few years.
Police Arrest Motivational Speaker For Alleged Sexual Assault Of TeenPolice arrested Romeal Dorasay Johnson, 30, for allegedly sexually assaulting a 15-year-old female.
United Airlines Pilot Accused Of Pimping Under The RadarA United Airlines pilot accused of operating brothels in Houston made a court appearance today.
'Affluenza' Mom Tonya Couch Set For Extradition HearingProsecutors were expected to ask that Tonya Couch, 38, be extradited to Texas. Couch was deported from Mexico and flown to Los Angeles early Thursday morning.
Uber Driver Accused Of Sex Assault Violates BondThe former Uber driver who is accused of raping one of his passengers is apparently headed back to jail.
DISD Trustees To Vote On $148 Million Plan To Fix Nine SchoolsDallas ISD trustees are set to make a big decision Thursday night thatcould impact thousands of DISD students and teachers.
Accused Killer Of Colleyville Housekeeper Released On BailA man accused of helping to stalk and kill a woman in Colleyville has been released on bail.
Dallas Man Arrested For Ex-Wife's Boyfriend's MurderA Dallas man is being held on a half million-dollar bond for shooting ex-wife's boyfriend.
$137 Million Plan Would Improve Nine DISD SchoolsParents at some Dallas public schools, who have long hoped for school building improvements, see an opportunity on the horizon.