Prosecutor Who Was Fired After Uber Squabble: 'That's Not Who I Am'The former Dallas County assistant district attorney, who was fired Monday after lashing out at an Uber driver, spoke to the media for the first time on Tuesday morning.
Former Investigator Explains What Could Be Happening In Missing Girl Case“The police are doing a lot that’s not visible to the public. A lot of it is happening behind the scenes,” said attorney Pete Schulte, a former McKinney police officer.
Former Officer Pete Schulte Discusses Saturday's Dallas Police HQ ActivityAttorney Pete Schulte visited the CBS 11 set to talk about Saturday's activity at Dallas Police headquarters regarding a threat made.
Plano Teen's Sex Assault Case Back In Adult CourtAlso Thursday, the judge reduced Zach Holifield's bail from $600,000 to $250,000.
Plano Teen Athlete Charged With Child Sex AssaultA high school athlete from Plano could face more charges in a sexual assault investigation. Some of the allegations against Zachary Holifield started before the teenager's 17th birthday, which could send this case to the juvenile system.
Lawyer: Accused Walgreens Shooter Could Argue Self-DefenseA man charged with the murder of Good Samaritan could argue self-defense, according to one high-profile attorney.
Midlothian Murder May Have Been Targeted AttackThere are more questions than answers in Midlothian on Tuesday after a mother and fitness trainer was found murdered inside of a church. The circumstances do not add up, and even authorities are saying that this case is unusual.
CPS Responds After Chickenpox Party In PlanoA visit to a Plano mom's home by Child Protective Services this week has triggered worries within the anti-vaccine community that authorities may be prosecuting them as bad parents for holding chickenpox parties.
EXCLUSIVE: Biker Involved Reacts To Viral Road Rage VideoThe encounter happened in the midst of a motorcycle ride for Project 22, a movement to draw awareness to the high number of veteran suicides.
Dallas Police Chief Considers Body Cams For All OfficersDallas police may be on the verge of adding body cameras to every officer on the street.
Mosquito-Fighting Plan Allows Access To Private Property With No WarrantWith West Nile season approaching soon, there’s a controversial bill in the state legislature that would give the government more power to kill mosquitoes
Problems Persist At Dallas 911 Call CenterThere are more questions about the Dallas 911 system, after it took police more than an hour to respond to bullets fired through the window of an office building off Central Expressway.