Austin Gunman Suspected Of Opening Fire On Police Headquarters, Wearing Possible Explosive Device Vest Killed
Austin police say a gunman suspected of opening fire on several downtown buildings and police headquarters has died after being shot.
Officials at Fort Sam Houston say they’ve taken into custody the driver of a vehicle that military officials say contained explosive materials, and which sparked a lockdown at the San Antonio Army base.
A Texas high school student has been charged with making a “terrorist threat” on a public entity after police connected him to bathroom stall graffiti depicting a pentagram and the message “Satan is God.”
In October 2008, Richard Lee Tabler used a smuggled cellphone to threaten a state senator. The discovery of the contraband phone prompted a statewide lockdown of more than 150,000 inmates.
The highest criminal court in Texas has refused to reinstate two money-laundering convictions of former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay.
Jury convicts Texas cancer doctor of aggravated assault for poisoning her lover and colleague’s coffee with a sweet chemical that can be found in antifreeze solutions.
Richard King lost his multimillion-dollar lawsuit against bodyguards for R&B singer Patti LaBelle claiming he was attacked without provocation outside the Houston airport.
Jose Guillermo Molina attacked the 3-year-old boy while the child was playing in the common area of the apartment complex where they both lived, say prosecutors.
A man is accused of stabbing his roommate several times because he was being too loud while having sex with two women in his bedroom.
Family of four among the victims.