Police In Mexico Face Sanctions After Topless PhotosThree state police officers in Mexico's Caribbean coast state of Quintana Roo face administrative charges after photos posted on social media showed policemen posing for pictures with topless bathers.
President Trump To Declare Opioid Public Health EmergencyPresident Donald Trump will direct his Department of Health and Human Services to declare the opioid crisis a nationwide public health emergency under the Public Health Service Act.
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.
Oklahoma St Subpoenaed For Detailed Communications With PlayersFederal prosecutors seeking more information about the involvement of Oklahoma State basketball in a wider corruption scandal have asked the school to detail its communications with three key players in the investigation, as well as players and their parents.
NCAA Coaches Among 10 Charged With Fraud And CorruptionFederal prosecutors have announced charges of fraud and corruption in college basketball, including against four coaches.
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.