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Alleged gunman agreed to kill woman in exchange for drugs, money, prosecutor says during capital murder trial
She and her boyfriend, Ricardo Paniagua, had planned to leave for a vacation in Mexico the next day. He was waiting for Hatcher in her apartment when she was killed.
What's behind the sweet deal in sexual assault case against former Baylor frat president from Garland?
More than two years after a Baylor University student survived what medical personnel confirmed was sexual assault, the McLennan County District Attorney's Office continues to put her through hell. I'm adding my voice to that of the victim and her many supporters who are calling on state District Ju
Rowlett Housing Finance Corp proposes reasonable housing development
During the Oct. 9 Rowlett City Council work session, Rowlett Housing Finance Corporation (RHFC) President Rick Sheffield presented the council with a proposed affordable single-family cluster housing initiative, what they’re referring to as “reasonable housing for middle income families.”Cluster hou
Dallas crackles into puffy taco trend with new restaurant in Mesquite
"I've been cooking all my life and I reinvented it," he says. "It's crispy and puffy. It has puffy spots and crispy spots at the same time. You can order your food to go and take it home, and you still get that same crunch. It's one that will stay crunchy even if it has been sitting out for hours."
The dream of millions: Dallas single mother joins the numbers who see Mega Millions as a life changer
Lakeshiya Williams stood at the cash register, eyeing the freshly printed random numbers on her two lottery tickets. There was a 68. A 62. A 59. "Ugh, all of these numbers are too high," she said. And with that, the dream slowly started to slip away. The 42-year-old Dallas woman rarely buys lottery
Jim's Car Wash is a stain on Dallas, and it's time for it to go
Fourteen years is a long time to be in the dark. But Dale Davenport, the owner of Jim's Car Wash near Fair Park, appears to have struggled at least that long to see what's right in front of him. We first wrote in 2004 that Davenport and his father, Freddy, didn't foresee the crime "that has encroach
Man Shot At Fuel City Tacos In Dallas [VIDEO]
A man was shot this weekend atFuel City, a popular taco joint in Dallas, TX. The victim’s name has not been released yet, but it has been reported that he’s in serious condition. Witnesses say the shooting was a result of an escalated argument. No details yet on the suspect.
Rowlett Relay 4 Life rescheduled for Nov. 3
The 2018 Rowlett Relay For Life has been rescheduled for Nov. 3, 4 p.m. – 10 p.m. at the Rowlett High School football field located at 4700 President George Bush Hwy, Rowlett.
Things To Do In Dallas This Week: October 22 - October 25. | Central Track
Make a Sales Call With Adam Devine, Obsess Over Some True Life Tales at Oral Fixation, Drink Some Cheap Beer With Fidlar or Grind Your Gears at Psychedelic Robot’s Spookadelic Halloween Party.
Beto O'Rourke Campaign Sued for Text Messages
The Beto O’Rourke campaign has been hit with a class action lawsuit, filed in North Texas, because of unwanted text messages sent to registered voters in the state.
The Cowboys have traded for Amari Cooper. But what did they give up in return?
Cooper was the fourth overall pickof the Raiders in 2014 out of Alabama, and topped 1,000 yards in each of his first two pro seasons.
Officials ID Forest Hill bicyclist shot in Arlington roadway
A Forest Hills man was shot to death Friday night in Arlington, police said Saturday.Officers were called shortly after 11:30 p.m. to the 1700 block of Florence Street, where they found 26-year-old Alexander Cabrera shot in the lower body.A bike was found nearby, and officials believe it belonged to
Rowlett amends ordinance for short-term rentals
Rowlett Community Services Manager Maria Martinez presented the proposed ordinance Tuesday night. The proposed ordinance would define short-term rental property, require registration of property, establish occupancy limitations, ensure neighborhood compatibility requirements, require a posted tenant
Dallas police officer accused of injuring 9-year-old girl arrested in Rockwall County
A Dallas police officer has been arrested over allegations he physically abused a 9-year-old girl, authorities say. Cortney Thornton, 34, was taken into custody Thursday by Rockwall police and booked on a warrant out of Royse City, where he lives. On July 23, Royse City police were notified by the s
Dog About Town: Costume party hopping and more things to do
Mutts Canine Cantina is doubling the Howl-O-Ween fun this year, with parties Saturday inDallas(2889 Cityplace W. Blvd., 214-377-8723) and Sunday at their just-openedFort Worthlocation (5317 Clearfork Main St., 817-377-0151). The festivities, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days, will include pumpkin mar
Shooter at large after wounding victim in South Dallas
Police are investigating a shooting that wounded a man in South Dallas early Saturday. Detectives were called about 2:40 a.m. to the 2500 block of south Birmingham Avenue, where they found the victim with a gunshot wound in the thigh. The victim did not say what led up to the shooting. The shooter w
Reward Increased for Information into Garland Woman's Murder
The family of a murder victim is increasing the reward hoping it could lead to a break in the case, Friday, October 19, 2018.
Ted Cruz jokes Beto O'Rourke may lead Hondurans' caravan, as challenger blasts Trump border policies
HOUSTON - With two days left before early voting starts, the Texas Senate hopefuls fired up supporters Saturday with passionate but diametrically opposed messages about immigration. Sen. Ted Cruz, the son of a Cuban immigrant, said in Houston that his Democratic opponent, Rep. Beto O'Rourke, takes "
Dallas PD: Man injured after shooting at Fuel City
DALLAS - A man is in serious condition after being shot outside a convenience store early Saturday morning. It happened just after 4 a.m. at the Fuel City On Riverfront Boulevard in southwest Dallas. Police said two men got into an argument in the parking lot. One went over to his vehicle, grabbed a
WATCH: The Colony pulls off hook-and-ladder to upset state-ranked Frisco Lone Star
No. Freaking. Way. The Colony take the lead with this trickery w/ 8 seconds left. Wow!!!! Unbelievable.#txhsfb#SLMGridironpic.twitter.com/2dytUiUwo3