The man who gunned down an East Texas district attorney and his wife, and is charged with killing another prosecutor, was once an Eagle Scout, played the trumpet, and showed promise as a child, testimony showed today.
Governor Rick Perry’s defense team says the two felony abuse of power indictments against him are unconstitutional, but not because he’s above the law.
Jury selection in the Kaufman County murder trial has resumed in Rockwall after the judge refused to move the trial a second time.
Jury selection began this week in the case of a Texas man granted a retrial after questions were raised about testimony that helped convict him in the deaths of his two stepsons in a fire nearly 30 years ago.
A Mesquite man has been sentenced to more than six years in prison for beating and drowning his pit bull after the dog allegedly chewed some patio furniture.
A former Grand Prairie school teacher was sentenced to ten years in prison for the hit-and-run death of a six-year-old boy.
A bus passenger apparently upset about North Texas traffic delays has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for attacking the driver. Carlos Fields was convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for the 2013 incident.
Lax late-night security at a Texas McDonald’s will cost the owner of the fast food restaurant $27 million, after the death of two teens in 2012.
In the days before former Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Walter Dansby submitted his resignation, a jury found the school district guilty of violating the Texas Whistleblower Act, according to a press release from a Dallas law firm.
Two men were convicted on felony offenses related to their roles in a scheme to use stolen identity information to fraudulently obtain millions of dollars in tax refunds.
State district Judge Carlos Raul Cortez told CBS 11 News that dirty political tricks were behind his arrest for felony assault following a domestic disturbance with his girlfriend in December 2013.
A man found guilty of murdering his wife could be out of prison in a couple of weeks.