Texas Attorney General Won't Face Charges In Bribery ProbeProsecutors have closed a bribery investigation against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton after the Republican received a $100,000 donation to his legal defense fund from an executive who recently settled a Medicare fraud suit with the state.
Pitino Out At Louisville As Expected Amid Federal ProbeLouisville's Athletic Association officially fired Rick Pitino on Monday, nearly three weeks after the school acknowledged that the program is being investigated as part of a federal corruption probe.
Louisville Basketball Coach Pitino, AD Tom Jurich On Administrative Leave Over FBI ProbeRick Pitino's attorney has told the Courier-Journal that Louisville has put the basketball coach on administrative leave, but has "effectively fired" Pitino amid a federal bribery investigation.
Texas Prison Chaplain Sentenced To Prison For SmugglingAuthorities said that a southeast Texas prison chaplain who smuggled tobacco and cigarettes to federal inmates must serve a year and a day behind bars. He faced a possible 15-year prison term.
Ex-Dallas County Investigator Gets Probation In Bribery CaseAnthony Robinson was also fined $10,000 and must repay about $32,000 to the government.
Feds Will Not Pursue Another John Wiley Price TrialA jury found Price not guilt of bribery and mail fraud.
Former Dallas Councilman Don Hill Dies After Release From PrisonFormer Dallas City Council member Don Hill passed away Sunday morning due to a terminal illness after his release from prison.
Notes Reveal Jury's Thoughts During Price DeliberationFor the first time, we are learning what the jury was thinking during their eight days of deliberation before issuing a favorable ruling for Dallas County commissioner John Wiley Price.
John Wiley Price Acquitted On 7 Counts Of Criminal WrongdoingToday a jury found Dallas County commissioner John Wiley Price not guilty on seven counts -- including mail fraud and bribery -- and a mistrial was declared on the remaining counts.
Deliberations Continue In Corruption Trial Of John Wiley PriceJurors headed back to federal court today in hopes of reaching a verdict in the corruption trial of Dallas County commissioner John Wiley Price.
Price Absent At Courthouse As Jurors Enter Day 6 Of DeliberationsUsually Dallas County commissioner John Wiley Price walks through the doors of the Earle Cabell Federal Building and into the courtroom where his corruption trial is being held, but today he and co-defendant, Dapheny Fain, were no shows
A Waiting Game As John Wiley Price Jury Continues DeliberationsThe jury is still out in the corruption trial of John Wiley Price. This is the fifth day, or some 30 hours, that the panel has spent trying to decide the fate of the longest-serving Dallas County commissioner.
Jury Deliberations In Price Trial Enter 4th DayAfter taking a break for the weekend, the jury in the John Wiley Price corruption trial is set to resume deliberations on Monday. This will be the fourth day of deliberations for jurors.
Still No Verdict As Price Jury Breaks For The WeekendIt was back to the Earle Cabell Federal Building in Dallas on Friday, and back to deliberating for jurors deciding the fate of Dallas County commissioner John Wiley Price. But they were still unable to reach a decision.
No Verdict Reached After 2nd Day Of Deliberations In Price's Corruption TrialDeliberations continue for the second day in the John Wiley Price federal corruption trial. The longest-serving Dallas County commissioner could learn his fate on Thursday.