Rapper Fetty Wap Brings $165K To Court, Pays $360 FineFetty Wap says he brought about $165,000 in cash to a municipal court building where he admitted to charges including driving with tinted windows and a suspended license.
Black Texas Inmate Seems Likely To Win At Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court is strongly indicating it will side with a black Texas prison inmate who argues improper testimony about his race tainted his death sentence.
Rape Trial Involving Knicks' Rose Begins In Los Angeles As his civil trial over gang rape allegations began in Los Angeles, Derrick Rose was halfway across the country making his debut with the New York Knicks.
Future Of New Orleans Confederate Monuments Argued In CourtA court is expected to hear arguments on whether New Orleans should be able to remove four Confederate monuments.
Last “Bulls Cap Bandit” Sentenced For Violent RobberiesA Dallas man who admitted to his role in a conspiracy to commit several violent armed robberies in Dallas in 2014, Savalas Christopher Love, 32, was sentenced yesterday afternoon to 12 years, 3 months in federal prison.
Man Kicks Home Inspector Out; Charged With AssaultA Wylie man who was arrested for closing the door on a mortgage inspector is facing an assault charge after kicking the inspector off his property.
Lawsuit Filed Against Atmos Energy Over Waxahachie ExplosionAtmos Energy has been hit with a huge lawsuit over last year's explosion that damaged a neighborhood in Waxahachie, and nearly 30 plaintiffs have signed-on.
Former Grand Prairie ISD CFO Indicted For Embezzlement The former Chief Financial Officer for the Grand Prairie Independent School district was arrested Monday on a Federal Indictment by a grand jury and charged with theft.
Ex-NFL Star Darren Sharper Awaits Sentence In Rape CasesFormer NFL star Darren Sharper has a sentencing hearing in federal court Thursday following an earlier multi-jurisdiction plea deal related to allegations he drugged and raped as many as 16 women in four states.
Trial Underway For Fort Worth Man Accused Of Killing Co-WorkerTestimony is underway in the murder trial of a Fort Worth man who is accused of the stabbing death of a co-worker. The two men were members of a lawn mowing crew.
Supreme Court Says Accused Killer Entitled To New TrialIdaho's highest court says one of the two brothers convicted of killing a Texas couple in northern Idaho more than 30 years ago is entitled to a new hearing after justices agreed that prosecutors violated his constitutional rights to a fair trial.
Former Cowboys CB J.C. Spillman Sentenced To 5-Years In Sex Assault CaseFormer Cowboys special teams player Claude "C.J." Spillman has been sentenced by a Tarrant County judge to 5-years in prison in relation to a 2014 sexual assault incident at a Grapevine hotel.