Community activists are calling for a stronger commitment to ending black-on-black crime. The group beleives the effort should begin with local religious leaders and elected officials getting more involved.
A Wylie teenager has admitted to killing another child, who he called his friend, and trying to stuff his body down a storm drain last year. The boy is now headed to a youth detention center — but the question is, for how long?
A Wylie teenager accused of murdering a friend earlier this year will be tried in juvenile court, even though prosecutors wanted him certified as an adult.
Had they not been certified as adults by Texas courts, the 63 youths in a little-known program at the Clemens Unit would have landed in one of the state’s six state-run lockups for juveniles.
A teenager who robbed and attacked a Fort Worth pizza deliveryman with a baseball bat could finish serving his 40-year sentence in a Texas prison.
As many as 30 free after-school programs will be made available for kids and teens in low income apartment buildings.