FBI: South Texas Judge Accepted Bribes in Cases He Oversaw
Federal prosecutors say a state district judge in South Texas accepted bribes for several years in exchange for favorable rulings in cases he oversaw.
Texas Man Sentenced to Life After Filming Rape of Infant
A Texas man was sentenced to four consecutive life sentences after being convicted of filming the rape of a 3-month-old child.
Flu-Related Deaths in Texas Rise to More Than 2,300
Flu-related deaths in Texas continue to rise.
Grand Jury Clears Dallas Police in 2016 Sniper Shooting
A grand jury has declined to bring charges against Dallas police, who killed the infamous sniper that went on a shooting spree during a downtown rally in 2016.
Ex-Bank Worker in Texas Guilty of More Than $1M Embezzlement
Investigators say an ex-bank worker in South Texas faces up to 30 years in federal prison for embezzling more than $1 million from six customers.
Central Texas Man Indicted in Slaying of Woman, Toddler
A grand jury has indicted a Central Texas man on a capital murder charge in the fatal November shooting of a toddler believed to be his daughter and the child's mother.
Texas Rangers Ordered by Abbott to Investigate Karolyi Ranch
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has ordered an investigation into the recent allegations of sexual assault of athletes at the Karolyi Ranch in Huntsville, Texas.
Man Dies After Being Shot During Houston-Area Police Chase
Police north of Houston say a man who exchanged gunfire with officers during a police chase has died after he was struck at least once.
Human Remains Found in West Texas Pit, Search for 2nd Body
A West Texas sheriff says skeletal remains have been found in a trash-filled pit in the search for two teenagers missing since 2015.