Alan Hruby charged with murdering his family and prosecutors will seek death penalty at August hearing.
The state House has preliminarily approved a bill letting clergy members refuse to perform same-sex marriages, further shielding Texas from a possible U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing gay couples to wed.
Two children of a Wichita Falls mother, whose 6-year-old boy was found in a dryer, have tested positive for meth and been put in state custody.
Members of the Evangel Temple are working to get the word out about the project that will construct the Larry Nash Memorial Basketball Court at the Phased In site.
The highest court in Italy on Friday has overturned the murder convictions of Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend in the sensational 2007 stabbing death of her British roommate.
ROME — Italy's highest court was reviewing the murder conviction of Amanda Knox on Wednesday, a process which could set up an extradition battle between Italy and the United States.
A man sentenced to probation in a 2007 drive by shooting in which one man died, is expected to be in court for a probation revocation hearing Friday afternoon.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Friday asked the state Supreme Court to void a marriage license issued to two Austin women who became the first same-sex couple to legally wed in the state.
Two Wichita Falls capital murder suspects arrested in 2013 will be in court Friday.
After taking two weeks off for the holidays and a delay yesterday because of a missing juror, Testimony in the trial of a man accused of killing his former girlfriend inside of her Wichita Falls home nearly three years ago started back up this morning in a Denton County courtroom.
The trial of Jerry Joe Garza, who's accused of killing his former girlfriend inside of her Wichita Falls home nearly three years ago has been put on hold yet again because of a juror.
Man accused of killing girlfriend and eating parts of her body puts on a show outside of courtroom. Katie Bauer reports.
Wichita County commissioners are looking at making a digital transformation in all five Wichita County courtrooms.
A man accused in an Altus cold case has a preliminary hearing set for this morning.
Joseph Jameson was found guilty of injury to a child and aggravated sexual assault of a child.
Garland Allen is charged with second-degree murder in the death of his wife Tracy.
Boye Zuah pleaded guilty to three county of abandoning or endangering a child by criminal negligence.
Willie Fannon was found guilty of organized retail theft over $500.
Kadeem Emmers is sentenced to 23 years in prison.
Two former Altus police officers have been arraigned for allegedly receiving stolen property and have their pretrial conferences set for September.