In response to an open records request by the Denver Post, Texas A&M releases James Holmes' graduate school application to its Institute of Neuroscience.
Highlights from two football weekend's worth of UT Campus Watch, the University of Texas police department's blotter.
Rumors indicate that members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints may be leaving the YFZ Ranch.
The story of Kennedale High School teacher Brittni Colleps, found guilty last week of having sex with four male students while being videotaped, and five other teachers accused of sleeping with their students.
Marvin Wilson, an inmate with an IQ of 61 and the reasoning skills of a grade school student, was the latest to die in the Huntsville death chamber.
A Killeen woman with a history of domestic violence charges allegedly tried to hit her boyfriend with a "pink steel stripper pole."
Three SMU athletes claim a woman stole over $3,000 in electronics from their home after one of them didn't pay her for sexual acts.
The district attorney's office dropped all charges against Jeffrey Stern, a Houston personal injury lawyer who was accused of conspiring with his mistress to kill his wife, socialite Yvonne Stern.
A friend says breast cancer is the reason former El Paso County Judge Dolores Briones helped embezzle money from a program for mentally ill children.
A 911 dispatcher tipped off police while listening to two Lufkin men discuss the copper they were reportedly stealing. Oops.
A 22-year-old Waco man allegedly beat, choked, and ate parts of his family dog in a K-2-fueled rage.
The feds raided Jovitas, an old Austin establishment, and arrested fifteen people they say were involved in a heroin distribution ring.
The billionaire, convicted in March of running a $7 billion Ponzi scheme, faced up to 230 years in prison.
Researchers from Texas A&M found that laws similar to Texas's castle doctrine actually lead to more homicides instead of deterring crime.
Michelle Gaiser, the mistress who is charged with collaborating with Stern on a murder-for-hire plot to kill his wife, has now been accused of taking a hit out on Stern.
Denton's criminal activity may be just as strange as that of Lufkin and Wise County.
Juárez needs another municipal cemetery to handle the glut of murders connected to drug violence.
Former state district judge Charlie Baird shares the 18-page exoneration order that he never got to issue with The Huffington Post.
Politicians in West Virgina are embarrassed that Keith Judd, a federal inmate incarcerated in Texarkana, made the Democratic primary ballot.
Eighteen-year-old Keithan Kennard Manuel says that he was joking when he told Wilmer's police dispatcher, "Give me all your money."
In which the TM Daily Post is accused of fixating on Lufkin and overlooking the weirdness of the Wise County Messenger's police blotter.
In the last ten years, DNA has exonerated 32 men from Dallas County.
The convicted polygamist leader tells that Texas Court of Criminal Appeals that, unless he is freed, God will send down "full whirlwind judgements" on the nation.
Only six states are considered less peaceful than Texas, according to a new report from the Institute for Economics and Peace.
If Verna McClain is found guilty, she will join the ranks of three other killer nurses from Texas.
A 21-year-old El Paso man was arrested for "pulling an Ozzy" and urinating on the Alamo Saturday night.
A clip from the PBS show's episode on Kerry Max Cook and his quest for exoneration.
Three men allegedly agreed to a murder-to-hire plot proposed by DEA agents posing as members of the Los Zetas cartel.
Although Michael Morton was formally exonerated last year of his wife’s murder and released from prison after nearly 25 years behind bars, he has made few public comments until now. On Sunday night, in a 60 Minutes exclusive, he spoke to CBS correspondent Lara Logan about his ordeal.Morton recounted how
Trey Sesler, an online anime critic from Waller, is said to have been planning a Columbine-style attack on a local high school.
Did YouTube star Trey Sesler kill his family?
48 Hours Mystery updated its "Grave Injustice" episode, which first aired last year, to include information about his exoneration and the compensation he received from the state.
The Houston financier was found guilty of orchestrating a multibillion dollar Ponzi scheme and now faces a life sentence for his crimes.
Authorities arrested Carmel Foster, the owner of Tyler's Queen Divas Hair Salon, for allegedly performing a procedure to enhance the butts and breasts of some clients.
Sheriff's deputies arrested 26-year-old Ricardo Luna, who allegedly tried to use crack cocaine as payment for a $10 lap dance at the XTC Cabaret strip club in Austin.
Did Michael Berry, a Houston radio host and former city councilman, leave the scene of minor accident because he didn't want it known that he was at a gay bar?
The National Archives released recordings from Air Force One made in the hours after JFK's assassination in Dallas.
This time, Armie Hammer, who played the Winklevii twins in The Social Network, was (allegedly) busted with "special" sweets.
The imprisoned polygamist leader continues to spread his apocalyptic message, spending tens of thousands of dollars on large ads in the Washington Post, the New York Times, and the Tennessean.