Two Wichita Falls capital murder suspects arrested in 2013 will be in court Friday.
A man authorities say transported more than a quarter million dollars worth of marijuana on Highway 287 is scheduled to plea in the 78th District Court.
Jerry Joe Garza was in court today for a hearing, but his behavior was a far cry from the man our cameras have captured over the past year.
A hearing today in 78th District Court involved a series of motions for Jerry Joe Garza's capital murder trial, which is set to start next month in Denton County.
Justin Boree pleaded guilty to three counts of aggravated assault.
Jerry Joe Garza is charged with capital murder.
It took a little more than an hour for jurors in 78 District Court to decide on punishment for the man they found guilty Friday of four counts of Aggravated Sexual Assault.
Closing arguments will begin tomorrow in the trial of a man accused of the continuous sexual abuse of a young girl.
The alleged victim takes the stand today in the trial of a man accused of continuous sexual abuse of a child.
The man accused of murdering a Wichita Falls mother of three declined to show up for another of his court hearings today and his attorney is preparing to ask for the trial to be moved out of Wichita County because of all the publicity on the case.
A former teacher who worked at several local schools was sentenced today in 78th District Court for tampering with governmental school records.
Jerry Joe Garza, who's accused of murdering Monica Partida, had a pre-trial hearing in 78th District Court today. When he was coming out of the courtroom, sheriff's deputies had to take him to the ground after Garza lunged at one of our photographers.
Willie Lee Davis is now sentenced to five years in prison.
Michael Christian made up a fake school and had several businesses send him merchandise, for which they were never compensated.
James Gunter May and Calvin Wayne Rickman were each sentenced to five years deferred adjudication for taking a horse statue from a local salon and chopping it into pieces.
Brian Randolph Young pleaded guilty to retaliation and two counts of burglary of a habitation today in the 78th District Court.
All three pleaded no contest to charges of theft over $200-thousand.