Rowlett Murder Suspect Had Been Deported In 2012A man from Dallas was found dead in the street early Wednesday, and the suspect had already been deported once before. Police arrested Dionicio Polanco Lopez for the shooting death.
Dallas County Commissioners Face Off In Price TrialDallas County commissioner Mike Cantrell took the stand Wednesday in the federal bribery trial of his former ally in local government, fellow Dallas County commissioner John Wiley Price.
Dallas County Twins Sentenced After Bilking $2.1M From InvestorsAccording to information presented in court, the Wagner brothers perpetrated what amounted to a Ponzi scheme that caused investors to lose over $2.1 million.
Texas Asks To Join Lawsuit Over Dallas County ICE HoldsTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton has asked a judge to allow the state to join Dallas County officials in a federal lawsuit brought by immigrants alleging their civil rights were violated when they were held in the county jail on immigration holds.
Dallas County Detention Officer Arrested For Child PornographyToussaint Kisasu is charged with possession with intent to promote child pornography, a second degree felony.
Dallas County Hosting First-Ever Expunction ClinicThose accused, but not convicted, of crimes could get a fresh start. Dallas County's first-ever expunction clinic aims to help those eligible North Texans move forward with their lives.
Jurors In Price Case Told About Payments Made To NealyJurors on Thursday morning were told that political consultant Kathy Nealy was paid more than $1 million from seven companies who were seeking lucrative contracts with Dallas County.
Woman Having A 'Bad Day' Arrested After High-Speed ChaseA woman who told deputies she was having a "bad day" was arrested early this morning after a high speed chase through Southeast Dallas County.
Dallas County & City Leaders Propose Partnership To Fight HomelessnessA proposed partnership between the City of Dallas and Dallas County looks to provide more oversight for spending on homelessness.
Justice Served Via Second ChancesA diversion court program in Dallas County called AIM, which stands for Achieve Inspire Motivate, graduated its first five participants.
Lawyers Attend Final Hearing Ahead Of Price TrialA final pretrial hearing took place on Monday at the federal courthouse in Dallas in a case against a Dallas County commissioner who has been accused of accepting bribes.
Irving Had Banner Year For GrowthThousands of new jobs, $800 million in building construction and 600 new home permits has the City of Irving calling 2016 a banner year for expansion and growth.