Texas Judges Give Part Of Their Pay To Court EmployeesFour Houston County judges took a small pay cut and transferred that money to court coordinators.
Hammond: O'Brien Doesn't Need To Swear Less On Hard Knocks
Hammond: Even If Deflategate Sanctions Thrown Out, Goodell Wins
Inmate Asks US Supreme Court To Block ExecutionAttorneys for a man convicted of stabbing a Texas corrections officer to death over a disagreement about a peanut butter sandwich are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to block his execution.
Jury Awards $4.5M To Ex-Student MolestedA South Texas school district has been ordered to pay $4.5 million to an ex-student who was molested by an educator.
Man Accused Of Trafficking Infant FormulaA Lebanese man has been accused of running an infant formula theft ring based in Texas.
Court Refuses To Reconsider Texas Abortion Ruling A federal appeals court has refused to reconsider a previous ruling that left intact parts of new abortion restrictions in Texas that have forced most abortion clinics across the state to close.
Court Nixes Air Force Trainer's Rape Penalty An Air Force appeals court has overturned an Air Force instructor's rape conviction and ordered a new sentence for his other convictions for misconduct at the South Texas base where he worked.
Teen Sentenced To 30 Years In Prison After Stabbing, Robbing NeighborA South Texas youth who was 15 when he stabbed a neighbor during a robbery attempt at her home has been sentenced to 30 years in prison.
Two Woman Charged With Committing Bank Fraud, Identity TheftA U.S. attorney says two Houston women have been charged with committing bank fraud and identity theft.
Police File Criminal Charges Against Funeral Home Owners That Abused CorpseNorth Texas police have filed criminal charges against two owners of a funeral home where eight decaying bodies were discovered earlier this week.
Shooting Suspect Collapses Twice In CourtRonald Lee Haskell accused of killing two adults and four children, and injuring a teen girl, execution style in their home.