Grand Jury Indicts Former Mesquite Police Officer In ShootingMesquite Police Chief Charles Cato fired Officer Derick Wiley on November 29. Wiley is charged with aggravated assault by a public servant.
Teacher Convicted Of Sexually Assaulting Students Sentenced To 95 YearsThe charges stemmed from Georgery Lynn Shelton's sexually assaulting his students in 2012, on campus at The Children’s First Elementary Academy in Dallas.
Former Balch Springs Police Officer Indicted For MurderA former Balch Springs Police officer has been indicted by a Dallas Grand Jury for murder in the death of 15-year old Jordan Edwards.
Former Dallas Cop Cleared Of Criminally Negligent HomicideA former Dallas police officer who hit a man on a bicycle during a pursuit was found not guilty of criminally negligent homicide.
New Dallas County DA Focuses On Community, Prosecutors' MoraleSince taking office two months ago, Dallas County's DA says she's regularly walked around the Crowley Courthouse and attended community meetings and events.
Reaction To Hawk's Resignation Mixed, Mostly PositiveAfter a long Labor Day weekend of rumors swirling around the Crowley Courts building in Dallas, Susan Hawk officially resigned as District Attorney and many people have plenty to say about it.
Dallas County DA Seeks Treatment In ArizonaOn Monday, the DA's office issued a statement from Hawk saying in a proactive effort to address her mental health, she is seeking treatment in Arizona.
DA's Office Says Hawk Has Checked Herself Into Houston ClinicThe Dallas County D.A.'s office says District Attorney Susan Hawk has voluntarily sought treatment at the Menninger Clinic in Houston.
Dallas Co. DA Meets With Family Of Teen Allegedly Shot By Off-Duty OfficerSusan Hawk would not go into details about the meeting because case is still an open investigation.
British Sailors Cleared In Attack On Dallas OfficerThe Dallas County District Attorney's office confirms it will not file charges against the men.
Muslim Group Upset Alleged Killer Is Out Of JailAn accused murderer who police said targeted Muslims is a free man despite being arrested and released from jail for a second time.
Dallas Co. DA Susan Hawk Can Stay In Office, Vows To Fight Stigma Of Mental IllnessEven before the proceedings began Friday morning, Ms. Hawk expressed confidence. "I'm not ashamed of my mental illness. I'm not going to back away from it because it has made me a better District Attorney."