'Actual Innocence' Ruling Obtained For Dallas' Quintin Lee Alonzo After Serving Nearly 17 Years In PrisonMonday’s ruling by the State’s highest criminal court will allow him to begin taking steps to clear his name and receive the compensation due him for his wrongful conviction.
US Soldier Killed In Taliban Suicide Bomb AttackA 34-year-old American Army sergeant was killed Thursday in a Taliban suicide bomb explosion in Kabul.
Despite Heat, Migrant Caravan Of Thousands, Including Many Children Heads Toward USA new migrant caravan of about 2,500 people is making its way through southern Mexico, headed for the U.S. border.
Wrongfully Convicted Man Offers 'Miles Of Freedom' To Help OthersIn 1995, at age 20, Richard Miles went to prison for murder. He maintained his innocence, and spent nearly 15 years trying to clear his name.
State Agency Panel Set To Rule On South Bend Abortion ClinicJudge Clare Deitchman recommended in September that Texas-based Whole Woman's Health Alliance be granted the license.
$5K Reward Offered For Information On Dallas County Jail EscapeeDeputies continue the search for escapee Raymond Aguero, who jumped over a gate in the rear dock area of the Lew Sterrett Justice Center a week ago.
Search Continues For Escaped Dallas Inmate Who Jumped The Gate To FreedomDespite receiving a flurry of tips, deputies are still searching for escaped Dallas County inmate Raymond Aguero, 28.
Dallas' Dueling Abortion Billboards: What Happened Next?In Dallas, it was the billboard battle about abortion in the black community that became national news.
US Judge Extends Halt On Deportations Of Separated FamiliesA federal judge has extended a freeze on deporting families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Holy Cow! Wandering Bovine (Again) Returned To Nativity SceneA cow that escaped twice from a nativity scene in Philadelphia is back in place.
NFL: Message Being Lost In Political Firestorm Over AnthemThe NFL says the message players and teams are trying to express is being lost in a political firestorm.
If Citizenship Required A Test, Would You Pass?America mints new citizens every minute, just by being born. But more than 750,000 more earned that right last year, becoming naturalized citizens.
Wall Debate Continues To Build Along Texas-Mexico BorderThe Rio Grande Valley region of the Texas-Mexico border is one of the most illegally crossed sections in the United States.
Arlington Rep. Who Wants To Criminalize Abortion Receiving Death ThreatsDeath threats are pouring in for State Rep. Tony Tinderholt, R-Arlington after his filing of a bill to ban abortions in Texas.
Controversial Group Leader Denies Fringe TiesOn the outskirts of Arlington, along a quiet, tree-lined road, there is a way of living that most likely is different from yours.