Court records show the misdemeanor domestic violence case against Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is still pending, even though it was supposed to be dismissed a year ago.
Fresh off of their tour of detention facilities in McAllen, near the Mexican border, officials in Dallas County will reveal their plans for immigrants on Thursday.
The city of Dallas held it’s 32nd annual Martin Luther King, Jr. parade and march Saturday morning.
Texas ranks near the bottom in regards to spending per mental health patient.
The Texas House is considering a proposal that would create special districts operated by turnaround experts to improve struggling schools.
New tools for prosecutors in cases of sexual assault against children are advancing through the state Capitol.
Civil rights groups gathered in Austin at the Texas state capitol to release a report asking for the closure of Dawson State Jail in Dallas.
The criminal case against Dallas Cowboys receiver, Dez Bryant, for a violent encounter between Bryant and his mother this past July, could be dropped if he stays out of trouble for a year.
Dez’s lawyers and the Dallas Co. DA are extremely close to a plea bargain in which the Dallas Cowboys’ receiver will plead guilty to a reduced charge of a Class C misdemeanor for Family Violence.
Hear that? The “rules” released to the media by Bryant’s adviser, David Wells, earlier this week weren’t conceived or authored by Jones or the Cowboys.
It’s my 8th annual 50 Most Powerful People in Dallas-Fort Worth Sports and, I’ll be honest, this was probably the toughest year to find a clear-cut winner.
“Did a family disagreement occur? Yes. Did Dez Bryant commit family violence against his mother? No.” said West who was reading from a prepared statement. “Like all families, the Bryants have disagreements.”