Man Sentenced To Life In Prison Following 10th DWI ConvictionHe didn't learn after the first offense, or the second, or the third, or the fourth. And now one Weatherford man is paying the price.
Texas Court Starts Voiding Internet 'Dirty Talk' ConvictionsA Texas court that ruled a law clamping down on Internet dirty talk could deem illegal everything from '50 Shades of Grey' to videos of Miley Cyrus twerking is starting to throw out convictions.
Feds Say Iraqi Refugee Wanted To Bomb Texas MallsAn Iraqi refugee who is facing charges that he tried to help the Islamic State group wanted to set off bombs at two Texas malls and was learning to make electronic transmitters that could be used to detonate explosive devices, a federal agent testified.
Texas AG Paxton's Attorneys File Appeal To Delay Securities Fraud CasePaxton's attorneys have filed an appeal, after a judge found the criminal case should move forward.
Oklahoma State Settles Lawsuit Against Ex-Texas AssistantOklahoma State has settled a lawsuit with former assistant Joe Wickline, a move that allows Longhorns coach Charlie Strong to avoid testifying about who called plays in the Texas offense.
Texas Asks Supreme Court Not To Review Immigration Case Texas on Tuesday asked the U.S. Supreme Court not to review a lower court's decision blocking President Barack Obama's plan to spare millions of immigrants from deportation.
What Is 'Affluenza'? The Ethan Couch DefenseThe term was used by a psychologist testifying for the defense during the sentencing phase of Couch's trial in juvenile court.
Texas Sends Fewer To Death Row As Capital Punishment WanesTexas sent far fewer prisoners to death row in 2015, marking the lowest number of new condemned inmates since the U.S. Supreme Court upheld capital punishment nearly four decades ago.
Texas High School Football Coach Pleads Guilty In Player Attack On RefereeMack Breed, former assistant football coach at John Jay High School in San Antonio, pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge Monday in a Burnet County court.
OKC Bombing Conspirator Terry Nichols Asks Judge To Allow Sale Of His Guns Oklahoma City bombing conspirator Terry Nichols is asking a federal judge to order the sale of his personal gun collection, with some of the proceeds to go toward victims of the 1995 attack.
Texas Man Who Disrupted Supreme Court Gay Marriage Arguments To Be SentencedA protester who disrupted historic arguments over gay marriage at the U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to be sentenced.
North Texas Man Gets 7 Years In Oil, Gas Investment Scam A North Texas man who ran an oil and gas investment scam has been sentenced to seven years in prison and must repay nearly $8.8 million.