The former Uber driver who is accused of raping one of his passengers is apparently headed back to jail.
A Dallas County judge has refused to issue an emergency block of new regulations that allows car services like UberX and Lyft to pick up passengers at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport.
The driver who stands accused of sexually assaulting one of his Uber passengers faced a judge in Dallas on Thursday.
Talal Chammout, a convicted felon, was grandfathered into Uber’s system.
Talal Chammout, 56, was arrested Friday after investigators say he followed a passenger into her home and sexually assaulted her.
Previous record includes serving prison time for a federal weapons charge; assault.
Police in Dallas arrested an Uber driver for the alleged sexual assault of a woman on July 25, 2015.
The organization Mothers Against Drunk Driving is joining with Uber to try and stop people from getting behind the wheel drunk this July 4th weekend.
Uber and Lyft may soon join the transportation forces to be reckoned with at Dallas/Fort Worth International and Dallas Love Field Airports.
Texas lawmakers grilled Uber executives over safety concerns during a hearing for a bill that would set statewide regulations for ride-hailing firms.
Ride-hailing giants Lyft and Uber left San Antonio in their rearview mirror after the nation’s seventh largest city restricted their operations.
A big game deserves a big entrance… at least almost two-dozen college football fans thought so! All of those ticket-holders arrived at Monday night’s College Football Championship game by private helicopter.