Ex-Baylor President: Some Women 'Make Themselves Victims'A court filing this week reveals that the former interim president of Baylor University referred to some women who had been sexually assaulted as willing "to make themselves victims."
Dallas County Court Finds John David Battaglia Mentally Competent For ExecutionA judge has found convicted killer John David Battaglia, 62, mentally competent to be executed for murdering his two young daughters in 2001 as their mother listened on the phone, begging him to spare their lives.
NFL Petitions For Stay, Claiming 'Public Interest' In Elliott SuspensionThe NFL on Friday petitioned the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit to grant an emergency stay request in the Ezekiel Elliott case designed to enforce its six-game suspension of the Dallas Cowboys star starting next week.
Dallas Doctor Sentenced To 35 Years For $375M Medical FraudA 60-year-old Dallas-area doctor has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for helping defraud Medicare and Medicaid out of almost $375 million.
No Appearance At Florida DUI Hearing For Tiger WoodsThe attorney for Tiger Woods says the golfer won't attend his arraignment in Florida on a driving under the influence charge.
Woman Who Encouraged Boyfriend's Suicide SentencedThe judge focused his ruling on Carter telling Roy to "get back in" after he climbed out of his truck as it was filling with carbon monoxide.
Donnie Nelson Asks To Join Billy Bob's Legal BattleThe legal dispute involves long-time owner Billy Minick and his son, the nightclub's president, Concho Minick.
Rowlett Nurse Sentenced To 4 Years In Federal Prison56-year-old registered nurse Charity Eleda will also have to pay $397,294.51 in restitution to Medicare.
Suspects In Greek Court For Beating Death Of Tourist From TexasFive of nine men suspected in the beating death of a 22-year-old American tourist outside a bar in Greece are appearing before an investigating magistrate
Prosecutors Settle Panda Express Discrimination ClaimFederal prosecutors say they have reached a settlement with Panda Express over allegations the company discriminated against workers who were not U.S. citizens.
Judge Does Not Revoke Bond Of 'Affluenza' Mom Tonya CouchTonya Couch, the mother of 'affluenza' teen Ethan Couch, was in a North Texas courtroom this morning.
No Immediate Ruling On Fate Of Texas' 'Sanctuary Cities' LawA daylong court hearing about the constitutionality of the law — the first hearing since Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed the bill known as SB4 in May — ended without Garcia ruling whether he will let Texas enforce the law. He did not set a timetable for a decision.