A man on Texas death row for nearly 25 years for the abduction, rape and slaying of a 20-year-old Houston bank teller is getting his sentence reduced to life in prison after state attorneys have agreed with the inmate's lawyers that he's mentally impaired and ineligible for execution under U.S. Supreme Court rulings.
A North Texas man accused by authorities of killing his girlfriend and then posting a photo of her body on social media claims the two had formed a suicide pact and began stabbing one another after a day of drinking.
A pastor at a Dallas-area megachurch says Texas Gov. Greg Abbott contacted him and leaders at nine other churches, urging them to drum up support for a hotly debated "bathroom bill" currently bottled up in the Legislature.
Rooming houses like the Houston facility where two residents died in a fire challenge lawmakers who want to improve inspections and code enforcement, without taking away living spaces for low-income residents.
Dozens of ballots in bright green envelopes have showed up at homes in West Dallas and Grand Prairie in the past few weeks, confusing the residents who say they hadn't requested mail-in ballots for Saturday's municipal elections.
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