City Of Arlington Settles With Family Of Teen Killed By OfficerThe City of Arlington will pay the family of Christian Taylor $850,000 after Officer Brad Miller shot and killed the 19-year-old in August 2015.
Six Weeks Into Fantasy Baseball Season, It's Time To Drop Struggling Draft PicksPart of both the frustration and the fun of fantasy sports is picking players in the draft, but if those picks aren't producing yet, fantasy baseball owners have to be thinking about cutting bait at this point.
Reliable And Steady Fantasy Baseball Players Are Better Than Risky Rookies Right NowAs Major League Baseball teams approach the final 45 games of the season, almost all of them are giving playing time to rookies right now. It's always a risk to go with a rookie if your fantasy baseball team is challenging for the league championship in mid-August. While you may strike gold with a rookie, more often than not you're going to strike out with a first-year player. It's better instead to acquire non-flashy veteran players for the stretch drive, because wise fantasy baseball owners know they are reliable options.
Family Of Teen Killed By Officer Wants Justice Department To InvestigateThe attorney for the family of Christian Taylor, the teen killed by an Arlington police officer last year, has filed a letter with the Department of Justice asking for an investigation.
Tarrant Co. DA Will Not Refile Charges Against Former Arlington OfficerIn a letter Monday to Michael Heiskell, the Taylor family attorney, Criminal DA Sharen Wilson explains why the office will not refile charges against Brad Miller.
Grand Jury Takes No Action Against Former Officer Who Killed TeenA Tarrant County grand jury voted to take no action against former Arlington police officer Brad Miller.
Are Players Worth Keeping In Fantasy Baseball During A PED Suspension?The big news of the week in baseball, of course, was the suspension of Miami Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon for the use of performance-enhancing drugs. Never mind that disgraced slugger Barry Bonds is the Miami hitting coach: There are plenty of jokes to be made there. How does this impact fantasy baseball? If you own Gordon, should you keep him on your roster? How are you going to replace his 50 stolen bases this season in the stat column? Don't fret: We have all the answers you need right here.
Autopsy Report Of Teen Shot Dead At Car Dealership ReleasedNew details have just been released about the death of Christian Taylor. He’s the 19-year-old who was shot and killed by an Arlington police officer inside a car dealership last month.
'Black Lives Matter' Rally Set For Fort WorthThere is a 'Black Lives Matter' rally planned in Fort Worth on Friday, exactly one week after, investigators said, an Arlington PD officer shot and killed an unarmed man.
Lawyer Defends Actions Of Fired Arlington Police OfficerAn attorney for an Arlington police officer in training who fatally shot an unarmed, black college football player during a suspected burglary at a car dealership defended his client's actions Wednesday.
Arlington Police Chief Addresses Community After Officer FiringDuring a monthly NAACP meeting at New Life Fellowship Church, Arlington residents had their questions ready.
Family Waits To Hear From Cop Who Killed TeenChristian Taylor was killed by a rookie police officer early Friday morning in Arlington, and his family is trying to remain patient while authorities investigate the incident.
Arlington Police Officer In Training Kills Unarmed TeenAn Arlington police officer is under criminal investigation after shooting an unarmed burglary suspect at a car dealership.
CBSSports.com: Fantasy Baseball Week 14 Starts And SitsIt’s hard to preach patience with an unproven Fantasy asset. That was the case with Brad Miller after his early struggles. Miller had a nice rookie year, which led to many buying into the hype for his second season. When things didn’t pan out, most owners cut bait, deciding to ride the hot hand.
Mariners Hope Miller Sticks Alongside CanoThe Mariners may have Cano’s double-play partner for the next decade in Brad Miller.