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.
Texas Jury Considering Death Penalty For Man Convicted Of Killing Police OfficerJurors are in the sentencing phase of the trial of Otis McKane, whom a Bexar County jury found guilty of capital murder in the November 2016 shooting of Detective Benjamin Marconi.
Dallas Man Anthony Acy Found Guilty Of Trafficking 14-Year-Old Girl And Adult For SexAfter less than a half hour of deliberation, a federal jury in Dallas convicted Anthony Lennell Acy, of child sex trafficking and sex trafficking by force, fraud, and coercion.
Mexican Government Takes Aim At US Gun Manufacturers, Sues Over Toll Of Arms TraffickingThey argue that the negligent and illegal commercial practices of U.S. gun manufacturers and distributors have unleashed tremendous bloodshed in their country -- now the Mexican government is suing.
Prosecutors: Troy Tiller Crossed 3 Cities Committing 12 Robberies In 5 Months, Now He's Headed To PrisonA North Texas man was found guilty of evading arrest in a vehicle and was sentenced to 55 years in prison. Sound harsh? There's more to the story.
Federal Judge Blocks Gov. Greg Abbott's Executive Order To Have Texas Troopers Stop Migrant TransportsThe temporary order by U.S. District Judge Kathleen Cardone of El Paso is at least a short-term victory for the Biden administration which sued Texas over the executive order.
North Texas Businessman Dinesh Sah Gets 11+ Years In Prison For $24M COVID-19 Relief SchemeDinesh Sah, 55, of Coppell, was sentenced to more than 11 years in prison for wire-fraud and money-laundering in a PPP loan scheme.
Former Richardson Mayor And Developer Husband Found Guilty Of Bribery and Tax EvasionSentencing will happen at a later date.
North Texas-Based IRS Officer Sentenced To Prison For 'Obstructing Federal Tax Laws'Former Revenue Officer Sonya Vivar, 55, pleaded guilty in November 2020 to one count of corrupt endeavor to obstruct or impede the due administration of internal revenue laws.
Texas Woman Who Stole, Sold Patients' Health Information To Fund Spending Spree Heads To PrisonLowry was one of three people alleged to have breached a health care provider’s electronic health record system in order to steal protected patient health information.
Texas Man Gets 30 Years For Repeatedly Sexually Exploiting 11-Year-Old RelativeA 25-year-old Texas man is headed to prison for manipulating an 11-year-old girl into taking sexually explicit photographs and attempting to assault her.