The Texas state fire marshal has volunteered to turn over more than a decade of his office’s casework to advocates so they can examine them for wrongful convictions.
Caught with pot, but treated like it’s a speeding ticket. There’s actually a Texas law that allows people arrested for possessing small amounts of marijuana to be ticketed and let go.
Rep. Carter said he had heard allegations of scheduling appointments being delayed to secure bonuses for managers, as well as papers being shredded to obstruct any investigation.
On June 23 a Dallas teenager went to police claiming to have been abducted, near Camp Wisdom and Belt Line, driven a short distance and sexually assaulted. Today officials confirmed the events never occurred.
A dozen children were rescued across Texas, and several people arrested, as part of a nationwide operation targeting child sex trafficking.
An Arlington police officer is under investigation for a deadly shooting that happened while he was off duty.
The investigation into the murder of a DISD high school student leads police to possible sport recruiting infractions by top administrators and coaches. Now more than a dozens adults, accused of taking part in the recruiting scandal, are all out of a job.
Just before the lunch hour on Monday, Fort Worth police were called to the 200 block of Sunset Lane. The call was about a possible dead person at the residence. When officers arrived they found three deceased people.
By Friday nearly all of Athens was back open. Home evacuations were lifted,some 24 hours after a fertilizer storage facility caught fire. But despite the blaze, evacuation and investigation – the show must go on. The Athens Old Fiddlers Reunion is back on.
State and local fire investigators are still trying to figure out what sparked a massive fire here at the East Texas Ag Supply fertilizer plant in downtown Athens.
Police are investigating three aggravated robberies wherein the suspect used a machete to threaten victims in the past two weeks.
Following an on-going CBS 11 I-Team investigation, the state of Texas is ordering a former Dallas company to pay more than $34 million to consumers.