On Friday it will be 50 years since the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. But there was another murder on that dark day in Dallas — one you don’t hear as much about.
A Texas woman accused of killing a mother and abducting her newborn son last year avoided a possible death sentence by pleading guilty Tuesday and accepting a sentence of life without parole.
Police have arrested a 28-year-old man they say fatally shot three people at a Dallas motel last year because one of them had accused him of robbery.
A North Texas high-speed chase ends with an officer shooting and killing a suspect. The officer faces up to 20 years in prison for what has now been deemed a crime. In a rare move, a Grand Jury indicted the former police officer for manslaughter.
A grand jury indicted a former North Texas police officer Monday on a manslaughter count after he fired 41 times at a fleeing unarmed suspect who died from gunshot wounds.
Tuesday morning, family and friends of murdered North Texas mother Karen Smith had the chance to address her killer in court. Karen Smith was shot to death in a parking garage at UT Southwestern Medical Center in January 2013.
Charles Brownlow is charged with the capital murder death of Luis Leal-Carillo, a store clerk in Terrell. Brownlow is also suspected of killing four others. Court records raise the possibility the suspect fell through cracks of the justice system.
There is haunting new information about the terror that played out in Terrell. We now know police believe the gunman intended to kill at least two more people — if not three.
The emotion is still raw and a community remains stunned. That is what’s left after a violent and fiery killing spree in Terrell. The end result — five people dead and one man charged and in custody.
Investigators say a Texas homeowner has shot and killed two people who asked about buying roosters then drew guns on the resident.
DeSoto Police have arrested five suspects in the murder of a Dallas teenager. Police records claim the suspects planned to rob Jenkins last Friday and lured him to the corner of Fern and Aviary in DeSoto.
Frustrated neighbors in a new south Dallas subdivision say the Dallas Police Department didn’t do enough when they called to report a drug house.