The family of a North Texas boy left suffering in a vegetative state for years before he died, Tuesday faced the drunk driver who caused the crash in court.
The punishment phase of the trial for a man who admitted causing a driving drunk crash that eventually took the life of a little boy began Tuesday with police dashcam video.
The man, who drove drunk and caused a crash that left a child brain dead, was in court Monday for the punishment phase of his trial.
The organization Mothers Against Drunk Driving is joining with Uber to try and stop people from getting behind the wheel drunk this July 4th weekend.
More state troopers are being mobilized to expand the search for drunken drivers on Texas highways through the July 4th weekend.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed a new law, requiring convicted drunk drivers to install an ignition interlock system in their vehicles if they choose to drive during their license suspension.
Crystal Nuncio didn’t just clock into work every day. As a dispatcher, she saved lives.
“I could have been very easily pulled under the car, ” says Officer Carlos Henderson.
The Fort Worth Police Department says an officer suspected of drunken driving has been placed on restricted duty.
As family and friends grieve for Emily Javadi, a 34-year-old pedestrian who was struck down, they are comforted by the kind of person she was, and how she lived.
A little boy, who has spent the last six years brain dead after being hit by a drunk driver, died Sunday morning.
It was more than three months ago when a jury convicted Benjamon Stewart of three charges of intoxication manslaughter and one charge of failure to stop and render aid. Today he learned his punishment.