More than 50 years after South Carolina raised a Confederate flag at its Statehouse to protest the civil rights movement, the rebel banner will be removed Friday in a state where such a reversal seemed unthinkable a month ago.
The defense team rested its case on Thursday in the highly-publicized murder trial of Eddie Routh. But testimony is not over yet in the Stephenville courtroom.
A Washington, D.C., museum will display the rifle that sniper Charles Whitman used to kill 16 people and wound 32 others from atop the University of Texas clock tower in 1966.
Dallas police are investigating whether two highway shootings, which occurred on the same stretch of interstate in the past week, are related.
A new activist group made up of critics of Dallas Police shootings wants changes in DPD’s shooting policies involving civilians.
The NRA annual convention is about to get underway in Houston after the group spent much of the past year under siege, ardently defending gun rights following mass shootings in two states and fighting back against mounting pressure for stricter laws in Washington.
After the weekend murder of District Attorney Mike McLelland and his wife, law enforcement presence at the Kaufman County Courthouse and other North Texas offices has been beefed up. One judge said Monday, “We obviously have some folks that are out to do harm to elected officials.”
Police are looking into two separate shooting at motels in Far North Dallas. While police don’t believe there is not a connection between the shootings people in the neighborhoods feel they are both part of a growing crime problem.
27-year-old Roberto Galbadon is the fifteenth person to be shot by a Dallas Police officer. Eight of those shootings resulted in deaths. The cases have generated public scrutiny, support and outrage toward D.P.D.
The killers fired at least 11 shots at the car carrying the couple.