Family Sues Private Jail Company For Texas Woman's DeathThe family claims the jail's staff neglected Holly Barlow-Austin's care and ignored her pleas for help as her health deteriorated and she went blind.
National Guard Soldier From Fort Worth Pleads Guilty To Stealing, Selling $1M Worth Of Military GearNational Guard soldier Cristal Avila of Fort Worth, pleaded guilty in federal court in Austin to stealing government property.
Federal Appeals Court Temporarily Halts Expansion Of Mail-In Voting For Texas Residents Concerned About COVID-19A federal appeals court has temporarily blocked a ruling in Texas that expanded mail-in voting for residents who are concerned about contracting the coronavirus.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Files Appeal To Block Ruling That Allows Mail-In Ballots For Those Concerned About COVID-19Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed an appeal to block a federal court ruling this week that allows mail-in ballots for residents who are concerned about contracting the coronavirus.
Irving Man Accused Of Stealing $100K For Fake Movie Rights"Just like the films he pitched, it was all make-believe." Shiva Chandan Reddy Thudi, 26, of Irving, recently pleaded guilty in federal court to wire fraud.
Company Tied To Deadly Warehouse Explosion In Houston Files For BankruptcyWatson Grinding and Manufacturing said it had to lay off about 80 workers this week.
Sex Abuse Lawsuit Filed In DC Against Boy Scouts Of AmericaThe lawsuit seeks to establish a venue for men across the U.S. to sue the Boy Scouts of America for allegedly failing to protect them from long-ago sexual abuse.
Former Mexico Security Chief Arrested In Dallas Last Month Pleads Not Guilty To Bribes, Cocaine Trafficking ConspiracyGenaro Garcia Luna pleaded not guilty on charges he accepted a fortune in bribes from drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's notorious Sinaloa cartel.
Bill Allowing Trained Dogs To Sit With Witnesses In Courtrooms Passes US SenateThe legislation, authored by Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX), is based on the successful efforts of many states around the nation and guidance from experts in the field.
Bond Denied In Dallas For Former Mexican Government Top Law Officer Charged With Drug Trafficking ConspiracyGenero Garcia Luna will remain in custody of U.S. Marshals in Dallas until he goes to trial in New York.
Genaro Garcia Luna, Man Who Ran Mexico's Federal Police, Arrested In DallasGarcia Luna, a resident of Florida, was arrested Monday by federal agents in Dallas, where he made an initial court appearance Tuesday afternoon.
2nd Deadly Drug Overdose Likely Connected To North Texas Drug Trafficking RingA lead detective on the case revealed in federal court Wednesday, a new fentanyl overdose this week in the DFW area will be tied to this organization and likely lead to more charges.
Dallas Police Officer Matthew Rushing Pleads Guilty To Writing Fake TicketsRushing was placed on administrative leave by the Dallas Police Department in June. He faces up to five years in prison.
2 Collin County Businesses File Federal Lawsuit To Stop Dallas' New Paid Sick Time OrdinanceDallas' paid sick time ordinance is set to kick in on Thursday, August 1, but there's an effort underway to stop it from taking effect.
Raw Sewage Collects In Fort Worth Apartment Complex Parking Lot: 'These People Deserve So Much Better'The runoff was moving toward a natural drainage area that runs through the backyards of homes in the Central Meadowbrook neighborhood.