A federal judge in Dallas has scheduled former NFL wide receiver Sam Hurd’s trial on drug distribution charges for April 2.
A new brain study shows that people can be addicted to the internet, and it might cause the same brain changes that are seen in drug addicts.
Former Cowboys and Chicago Bears receiver Sam Hurd was indicted Wednesday by a Federal Grand Jury in Dallas.
There are new developments in the federal drug investigation of former Dallas Cowboy Sam Hurd. Hurd was released on $100,000 bond soon after the announcement that the Chicago Bears cut him from the team.
At a hearing Friday, Judge Young Kim also ordered Hurd to surrender his passport and any firearms. Hurd must pay all of the $100,000 to be released.
Former Dallas Cowboys and current Chicago Bears wide receiver Sam Hurd is facing federal drug charges.
Dishonesty. Breach of trust. Jeopardizing a franchise’s reputation. The Texas Rangers have been through this before. Right, Ron Washington?
More than 200 federal prison inmates in North Texas may soon be released. The move comes because of a new law that erases the sentencing disparity between those convicted of offenses involving crack versus powdered cocaine.
Nine people have been arrested over an alleged North Texas cocaine distribution ring involving several relatives.
Authorities say they’ve broken up a $4 million cocaine ring that had operations stretching from Dallas to Atlanta to Pittsburgh.
Dallas County sheriff’s deputies say they have made one of the largest cocaine busts in recent years after pulling over a driver for an unsafe lane change.
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