Year After Tornado Destroys Dallas Shopping Center, Neighbors See Empty Lot As 'Perfect Opportunity'Instead of the pawn shops and box stores, neighbors say they want to see a retail development with local businesses and places to gather.
Tribes Make New Move To Shut Down Dakota Access PipelineNative American tribes opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline once again have asked a federal judge to stop the flow of oil while the legal battle over the line’s future plays out.
AG Paxton Sues Google, Files Landmark Antitrust Case Alleging Tech Company Abused Online DominanceA bipartisan coalition of 50 U.S. states and territories, led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, announced a year ago they were investigating Google's business practices.
Judge: Evidence 'Overwhelmingly Supports Detention' Of 'Cheer' Star Jerry Harris While Awaiting Trial On Child Porn ChargesAttorneys for Harris, who appears in the Netflix documentary series, had asked that he be released and confined at home under strict conditions.
Black Man Who Texas Police Led By Rope Sues City For $1MA Black man who was led by a rope by two officers on horseback has sued a southeast Texas city and its police department for $1 million, saying he suffered humiliation and fear during his arrest.
Texas Family Sues Deputies For Excessive Force After Allegedly Breaking Jorge Gonzalez Zuniga's Neck, Then Leaving Him Alone For 21+ HoursThere's no question Jorge Gonzalez Zuniga had too much to drink on April 12, but exactly how his neck was broken while in the custody of the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office and why he didn't receive medical treatment for nearly 24 hours is being disputed.
Groups Sue Texas Gov. Abbott Over Restrictions On Mail Ballot Drop-Off LocationsCivil rights and voter advocacy groups have filed a federal lawsuit against Texas Gov. Greg Abbott for his order that reduced the number of drop-off locations for mail ballots.
'Scheme To Defraud' Lawsuit Could Delay Frisco’s $2B Wade Park Development Even FurtherIt was supposed to be a $2 billion, 175-acre mixed-use real estate development at Lebanon Road and Dallas North Tollway in Frisco.
Prominent Republicans Sue Texas Governor Greg Abbott For Expanding Early Voting During PandemicThey argue Gov. Abbott did not have the power to put in place six additional days of early voting without input from the Texas Legislature, which is out of session this year.
FBI Seeks Victim Information On 'Cheer' Star Jerry Harris Following Arrest For Allegedly Producing Child PornographyThe FBI arrested Harris last Thursday on a federal child pornography charge for allegedly enticing an underage boy to produce and transmit sexually explicit videos and photos of himself.
Netflix's 'Cheer' Star, Jerry Harris Arrested For Allegedly Producing Child PornographyJerry Harris, the 21-year-old breakout star of the Netflix documentary series “Cheer,” is in jail.
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.
Lawsuit Says 'Cheer' Star Jerry Harris Sexually Solicited Twin Texas Boys, FBI Said To Be InvestigatingThe lawsuit filed Monday in Texas against Harris and three cheer organizations says the boys' mother reported Harris to the FBI last month.
Appeals Court OKs Texas Age Limits For No-Excuse Mail VotingA divided federal appeals court ruled Thursday that Texas can continue allowing no-excuse absentee voting for senior citizens while requiring voters under 65 to provide an excuse if they want an absentee ballot.
Botham Jean's Family Files Lawsuit Against South Side Flats Apartments Where He Was KilledThe family of Botham Jean, an accountant murdered inside his apartment by a then Dallas police officer, is suing the complex where he was killed, saying his door lock didn't work properly.