It has been more than a year since the high-profile killings in Kaufman County and, on Friday, jury selection began in the suspect’s capital murder trial.
It snakes through North Texas, buried or in the process of being buried, drawing little attention for anyone other than the people who live and work near it.
Kaufman County murder suspect Eric Williams was in the courtroom on Friday morning to ask for more time before his trial begins next month. But that request was denied.
After spending hours in the murky waters of Lake Tawakoni yesterday, a Texas Rangers team had to scrap another dive today because of the weather.
A dive team is searching a North Texas lake for weapons in last year’s slayings of the Kaufman County district attorney, his chief deputy and his wife.
Emergency workers from all over the country will be attending the funeral for a Dallas firefighter who died last week while responding to a crash on an icy overpass.
Hundreds of people came together Saturday morning, for a pancake breakfast to support a local fire department.
One year ago today, Mark Hasse, the top assistant Kaufman County DA, was shot to death one block from the courthouse.
A judge granted the defense’s wish on Friday to move a high-profile murder trial out of Kaufman County.
A white supremacist has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison for mailing threatening letters to state judges and prosecutors.
The emotion is still raw and a community remains stunned. That is what’s left after a violent and fiery killing spree in Terrell. The end result — five people dead and one man charged and in custody.
While Terrell police say this was an isolated incident and that the suspect knew four of his five victims, Kaufman County has been no stranger to high profile crimes in 2013.