In Court, Dallas County Mask Mandate Faces Off Against Governor's Executive Order & BanThere could soon be clear direction for those living and doing business in Dallas County. A decision is set to be made in court on August 24 regarding if the public will or won't have to follow a mask mandate.
Prosecutors Play Glen McCurley's Interview With Fort Worth Detectives During Murder TrialThe video showed McCurley later breaking down in tears, admitting he had pulled the 17-year-old out of a car, had sex with her and then choked her when he got scared.
Released Murder Suspect Jonathan Pitts Expected To Soon Go On Trial In DallasA murder suspect in Dallas County who was released earlier this month -- after Dallas police mistakenly erased some of their computer criminal data -- will soon go on trial.
Dallas Attorney Files Restraining Order Challenging Texas "Heartbeat" Abortion BillAn attorney has filed a lawsuit and a request for a temporary restraining order to block enforcement of the September 1 enactment of Senate Bill 8, also known as the “Texas Heartbeat Bill.”
Legal Battle Between State And Texas School Districts Over Mask Mandates Wages OnThe Texas Education Agency has announced the governor's ban on mask mandates will not be enforced during ongoing legal battles.
Trial Underway For Glen McCurley, Accused Of Murdering Fort Worth Teen Carla Walker 47 Years AgoThe trial is something investigators have waited for, as some said they have continued to think about it and work on the case even after they retired.
Texas Supreme Court Deals Blow To Gov. Greg Abbott, Allows Local Mask Mandates To ContinueGov. Abbott asked the Supreme Court of Texas to support his ban of mask mandates -- they declined. As a result, the lower court ruling allowing school districts to require masks on campuses stands.
5th Circuit Court Upholds Texas Law Banning Abortion Procedure Used In 2nd Trimester PregnanciesA Texas law outlawing an abortion method commonly used to end second-trimester pregnancies was upheld by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.
Texas Law That Makes Abortion Method Used In Second-Trimester Pregnancies Illegal, Upheld By Appeals CourtThe 2017 law in question has never been enforced.
Judge Considering Key Rulings In Boy Scouts Of America Sex Abuse, Bankruptcy DealA year and a half after the Irving-based Boy Scouts of America sought bankruptcy protection amid an onslaught of child sex abuse lawsuits, a judge is poised to issue a ruling concerning their bankruptcy.
Murder Charge Against Texas Police Officer Dropped Over Concern About Former ProsecutorOfficer Felipe Gallegos had been charged with murdering Dennis Tuttle during the January 2019 raid, the warrant for which prosecutors say now-former Officer Gerald Goines lied to obtain.
Murder Suspect Jonathan Pitts Released From Dallas Jail After Computer Data Loss In CityHe isn't completely free, but a murder suspect in Dallas is no longer behind bars. Jonathan Pitts was released from jail Monday after his trial was postponed when police revealed they lost a massive amount of criminal data.
County Public School Mask Mandates & The Texas Supreme Court RulingThe battle over masks is leading to some confusion for some parents in North Texas this morning -- so here's a breakdown of the facts.
Denton Sex Offender Chad Titus Indicted For Failing To RegisterA Denton man has been indicted on federal sex crime charges. Chad Titus is charged failure to register as a sex offender and appeared in federal court on August 12.
Boy Scouts Taking Bankruptcy Plan Before Judge For ApprovalRepresentatives for the Boys Scouts of America are expected in court today where they'll ask a judge to approve an $850 million agreement that is the foundation of their plan to emerge from bankruptcy.