The details continue to come out, the story looks bad on the surface.
Football fans have had their fun with the struggling quarterback, but it’s time for the conversation to shift.
That’s definitely not how anyone saw that investigation going.
The special, which airs Tuesday night, tells the story of the Barrow Gang.
The strange unsolved case of somebody dropping large rocks onto passing cars from I-35 overpasses in Austin continues.
Sandy Jenkins was a quiet accountant at the Collin Street Bakery who felt overlooked and dreamed of living the good life. He found it (for a while) by embezzling nearly $17 million from the famed fruitcake maker.
How the once troubled Texas Forensic Science Commission put the state at the forefront of the criminal justice reform movement.
It looks like there might not be a cure for this disease.
Last week, former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw was convicted on 18 charges, ranging from rape in the first degree to forced oral sodomy, after being accused of sexually assaulting 13 women. The case ended up making national headlines, and the details of how Holtzclaw raped so many women–and
Come and Take It Texas marched along the trail wearing longarms to prove a point about safety.
Who better to investigate wrongful conviction cases than exonerees?
Shoplifting is wrong, but this kid still breaks our heart.
Texas Voices for Reason and Justice Says the ordinances in small towns that restrict where sex offenders live are unconstitutional.
Here is a tale of murder, kidnapping, and a ”blood ritual” out of San Antonio.
Maybe it’s not too late to learn how to love and forget how to hate the guy for his famous incident of public urination.
One of the more tragic cases in Texas in recent memory continues its journey through the legal system.
”Booger Red,” a film by Berndt Mader and based on a Texas Monthly story, premieres at the Austin Film Festival.
Amid threats of violence, organizers opted to nix the controversial panels. But the decision has some disappointed.
A dark incident almost twenty years ago put Greg Torti on the sex offender registry for life. But the real story, he insists, is much more complicated.
The Sheriff At The Infamous Sierra Blanca Checkpoint Isn’t Interested In Enforcing Marijuana Laws Anymore
Come back through, Willie/Snoop/Nelly/Fiona Apple!
The personal life of the slain sheriff’s deputy is no one’s business, but it could be important to his alleged killer's defense.
The Dallas Judge Who Said A Raped Teenager “Wasn’t The Victim She Claimed To Be” Has Been Formally Reprimanded
A panel determined that District Judge Jeanine Howard undermined public confidence after a controversial statement.
What Ahmed Mohamed's case tells us about the American dream.
The sentencing phase of the trial began immediately after Ukwuachu was found guilty Thursday night, and reached its conclusion Friday afternoon.
An Angelo State football player was shot and killed by police in Arlington over the weekend, and questions remain.
Vandals leave racist messages and a Nazi symbol after breaking into a house, and the media fails to mention it. When can we talk about racism?
Officials in Waller County say that the woman’s death was a suicide. Her friends and family don’t believe it. And there are 64 other deaths in Texas this year make it harder to trust the official story.
A colorful man with a colorful bird had a hard time in the Tyler police station.
Time to double-check the locks on your barns.
As Houston basketball fans mourn the end of the Rockets season, we remember the efforts of one of the team’s all-time greats.
Waco police estimate that they found 318 weapons.
After a Sunday afternoon in a Waco strip mall ended with nine people shot to death in broad daylight, people are questioning how differently the police and media react to this sort of violence when the perpetrators are white.
No one can do it better, including getting plaques that were stolen from him back from a pawn shop in North Texas.
A Nigerian-born Louisiana man says he’s a chief and not a “witch doctor,” and his case recalls a far more horrible one from 26 years ago.
The way Texas punishes truancy is downright Kafka-esque—and it’s finally getting a lot of attention.
Kristen Lindsey, the Brenham veterinarian who bragged about killing a cat with a bow and arrow on Facebook, is persona non grata on social media now.
Police Officer Lets a Rock-Paper-Scissors Game Determine Whether an Underage Drinking Suspect Will Get in Trouble
Burleson County law enforcement apparently prefers officers use a different standard than rock-paper-scissors when determining infractions.
Lots of bad news—often caught on camera.
A Brazoria County task force executed a 21 Jump Street-style sting in area high schools over the past several months, culminating in the arrests of six students.
But they would—and did—sign Greg Hardy, the great pass rusher, who has a history of domestic violence and who spent the 2014 season suspended from the league. A SXSports panel discusses.