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With one of the biggest stories of the week being the alleged murder-for-hire plot targeting some of Arlington’s top city leaders, CBS 11 News wondered how common—or uncommon—murder for hire schemes may be.
Mayor Robert Cluck spoke publicly Wednesday for the first time about an alleged murder-for-hire plot targeting him and a lawyer doing contract work for the city.
A former Texas FBI agent who was convicted of making false statements about a confidential source after having an intimate relationship with her has been sentenced in New York to a year and a day in prison.
A JetBlue captain’s alleged meltdown three-and-a-half hours into a flight from New York to Las Vegas brings to mind the March 9 breakdown of an American Airlines flight attendant at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
The FBI has arrested a man who caused a Dallas apartment complex to be locked down for several hours Tuesday after he fled when authorities tried to serve a drug warrant.
FBI Agents are expected to keep secrets. Harold Sundavahl kept some of his for more than 70 years. Only now, half a dozen years after his death, have some of them have come to light.
A small-town Texas constable told the FBI he secretly bugged other officials’ offices after they were accused of illegally forcing motorists to forfeit their cash, according to a search warrant affidavit.
A congressman says two 2.5-pound blocks of a powerful, military-grace explosive were found in a soldier’s luggage at a West Texas airport.
Authorities have charged a member of the U.S. military who was arrested after trying to go through a security checkpoint at a Texas airport with explosives in military-grade wrapping, the FBI said Sunday.
A man was detained Saturday after trying to go through a security checkpoint at the Midlant airport with explosives in military-grade wrapping, federal and local officials said.
After only 15 months as Dallas County’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management Director, Lisa Chambers was fired Tuesday.