Shooter Not Charged After Arlington AttackA fight at an Arlington apartment complex ended with one man being shot late Tuesday night, yet he could be the one to end up behind bars.
Man Confesses To Killing TCU Student, Claims Self DefenseFrom behind a glass window at the Mansfield City Jail, David Hidalgo, 21, confessed to the murder of his friend, 23 year old TCU marketing student Stewart Trese.
Ex-Con Feels Disrespected, Allegedly Kills FriendA 49-year-old ex-con who was involved in multiple shootings in his life was sentenced to 40 years in prison for fatally shooting a friend outside a Fort Worth apartment complex last year.
Examining Texas' Castle Doctrine LawThe "not guilty" verdict in the George Zimmerman murder in Florida case has national some groups calling for review of so-called "Stand Your Ground" laws.
Irving Class Teaches Self-Defense To Young GirlsPolice in Irving are offering safety and self-defense classes to young girls, to teach them about scary situations and how to survive in the face of danger.
Serial Crime Expert Offers Insight, Advice On Recent Sexual AssaultsCrime and serial killer expert M. William Phelps, who is the author of 23 books, joined KRLD to discuss a series of sexual assaults that have occurred in the Lake Highlands area.
Lake Highlands Residents Ready To Fight RapistFamilies in the Lake Highlands area remain on edge, as the search for a rapist continues. Three attacks on women have taken place in the past month, and residents are pursuing plans to protect themselves.
Dallas Torture Trial Drawing To A Close The trial of a North Texas man accused of brutally beating his girlfriend is moving closer to going to the jury.
Dallas Senator Proposes Changes To Self-Defense LawState Senator Royce West of Dallas plans to file legislation that requires all cases involving deadly force, including self-defense, to go before the Grand Jury.