Denton County Child Sex Abuse Suspect Luis Hernandez Disappears Day Before TrialPolice and prosecutors in Denton are trying to find a man who disappeared the day before his child sex abuse trial was set to start.
Boy Scouts Launch Sex Abuse Awareness Program With Animated VideosIn an attempt to bolster their abuse-prevention efforts, the Boy Scouts of America has launched a new awareness program that features cartoon-style videos.
North Texas Man Guilty Of Child Sex Abuse, Sentenced To Life In PrisonA North Texas man convicted of sexually abusing children has been sentenced to life in prison.
Reward Increased To $7,000 For Most Wanted Sex Offender From Wichita FallsThe Texas Department of Public Safety increased the reward for information leading to the capture of wanted sex offender Jorge Luis Santamaria, 37, to $7,000.
Hundreds Of Sexual Abuse Cases Reported At Children's Camps Across U.S.CBS News has identified hundreds of reports of sexual abuse that occurred at children's camps in Texas and across the United States.
Former Teacher Arrested In Connection To Sexual Assault Of Child 20 Years AgoU.S. Marshals arrested a former teacher in connection to the alleged sexual assault of a child that happened 20 years ago. 
Child Sex Offender Gets 47 Years In Prison, No ParoleJoseph Scarborough, 48, of Princeton, knew the child and had continuous access to the child for about a year.
North Texas Radio Host Pleads Guilty To Child Abuse, Attempted Capital Murder Of ProsecutorDan Steffen not only admitted to sexually abusing boys, but he also pleaded guilty to offering someone $45,000 to have his prosecutor killed.
Pope Addresses Sex Abuse: "We Showed No Care For The Little Ones"Pope Francis issued a letter to Catholics around the world Monday condemning the crime of priestly sexual abuse and its cover-up.
Some Male Sexual Assault Victims Feel Left Behind By #MeTooFor some male victims of sexual assault and abuse, #MeToo can feel more like #WhatAboutMe?
Kentucky Governor Apologizes For Child Sex Abuse RemarksKentucky Gov. Matt Bevin apologized Sunday for saying that children were sexually abused because they were left home alone while teachers rallied to ask lawmakers to override his vetoes.