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A Dallas man has been arrested after police say he cut the neck of an acquaintance following an argument.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis' legal work for a taxpayer-funded tollway agency is part of a larger FBI-led investigation into the tollway group, according to a published report Friday.
Dallas prosecutors have dropped charges against one of two executives of a local slaughterhouse they accused of dumping pig's blood into a creek along the Trinity River.
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.