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Topic - The Dallas Morning News
A North Texas woman who prosecutors say stabbed a man 130 times and castrated him at a Dallas hotel room has told jurors at her trial that she was defending herself after being sexually assaulted.
The Texas Associated Press Managing Editors presented its 2013 journalism awards at its annual convention over the weekend. Winners also were announced in the Headliners Excellence in Journalism competition.
The Texas Associated Press Managing Editors presented its 2013 journalism awards at its annual convention Saturday. Overall winners in the Star categories will be announced Sunday.
The Dallas City Council has agreed to pay $1.1 million to settle a lawsuit with a man who claimed he was unfairly beaten by a police officer and unjustly jailed for 15 months.
With their galleries full of paintings and sculptures, museums are a treat for the eyes. So after suffering optic nerve damage, Bobby Jackson of Fort Worth wasn't sure he'd ever visit one again.
An initiative to pump more resources into 21 Dallas Independent School District schools has taken off. And some principals say it's paying off.
The recent case of a Texas man convicted of tax fraud highlights one part of the lucrative black market for stolen personal information that the IRS estimates altogether costs U.S. taxpayers more than $6 billion a year.
A Southern Methodist University student who says she was raped in a campus dorm has sued both the school and the man she accused, seeking damages of more than $1 million.
Seven media groups won "Grand Slam" honors in the annual Associated Press Sports Editors' writing and sections contest that was held this week.
When the Standard Pour opened in Uptown two years ago, the idea was to use chalkboards to feature the typical menu specials, maybe some cocktail-themed quotes.
Navy veteran John Lara has whipped up meals for high-ranking military officials, members of George W. Bush's Cabinet and the former president himself.
An architecture company says extensive cracking at a $60 million Texas high school football stadium is not the result of flaws in its design, according to a newspaper report published Saturday.
A former soccer coach has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for molesting two 9-year-old boys on his Dallas-area team.
Dallas police Officer Joshua Burns continues to recover from injuries he received earlier this month when he was shot three times while responding to a domestic call. But some fellow officers say his mental wounds may take the longest to heal.
Corpus Christi Caller-Times. Feb. 23, 2014.