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Adrian Castro was on his way to realizing a dream Thursday when his life ended on board a charter bus carrying dozens of students to Humboldt State University.
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By the time you click this photo to read about this $750,000 home available in Dallas, there's a good chance it will have already been sold.
Mt. Gox CEO Mark Karpeles, who was ordered to appear before a U.S. bankruptcy court to answer questions, has asked for a postponement of his deposition.
This aerial photo shows a red substance that tests show to be pig blood in a tributary to the Trinity River.
Dylan Hollingsworth, a Dallas photographer-turned-filmmaker , sends word that he's working on a documentary about a fraternity on the University of Texas at Dallas campus.
Woman Found Guilty of Murder in Castration Death. Crystal Richardson claimed in court that she was just defending herself.
An Arlington man has been arrested in the December theft of more than $200,000 in TVs from a Dallas freight yard.
Rodrick Tippett got off relatively easy for the pair of burglaries he committed in 2009.
If you're one of the few people who didn't post a grainy pic of last night's red-tinted, dust-distorted , eclipse on one of your various social media platforms last night, thank you.
If there was one thing Dallas City Hall would have been wise to take away from the fracking debate, it's that you shouldn't mess with Raymond Crawford .
Endorsements from southern Dallas' Democratic heavyweights and the natural advantages of an incumbent in a down-ballot race weren't quite enough to propel Dallas County misdemeanor court judge Etta Mullin to reelection.
On Thursday, April 17, 2014, the Shades of Success event will be held at The Rosewood Crescent Club to honor some of Dallas' successful women in publishing, broadcasting, fashion, radio, business and many other professions.
Almost 40 years ago, public officials and descendants of Victor and Willie Bilbo gathered along Sylvan Avenue.
The tattered remnants of William Gerard Palmer's family emerged in a Dallas County courtroom Monday soon after a jury convicted him of capital murder.
West has been actively restoring and rebuilding homes and buildings in the past year.
Check out tonight's episode of Bizarre Foods America at 8PM on the Travel Channel and you'll see some familiar faces.