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From Beto O"Rourke to Ted Cruz, here"s what Texas politicians should be thankful for
11/19/2018 12:13 PM
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, let"s discuss why - and to whom - various politicos should be thankful in the aftermath of the 2018 midterm elections. In Texas, Democrats made progress toward being competitive in statewide elections and rolled up impressive victories in congressional and legislative races.Read More
1,500 Turkeys Distributed to Families in Need in Plano
11/17/2018 7:55 AM
"If you have the money, you don"t worry about it. If you don"t have the money, you start to worry about it and so if we can take that burden off them, it"s our blessing," said Terry Breedlove, COO of The Storehouse of Collin County.Read More
Suspect arrested in Josephine kidnapping
11/16/2018 7:30 PM
A woman from Mississippi was arrested and charged with kidnapping in connection with the abduction of two girls from their home in Josephine on Friday, Nov. 16. The girls, sisters 8 and 11 years old, were taken into custody by Mississippi Child Protective Services and will be transported back to Texas. Investigators with Josephine Police Departm...Read More
Frisco man accused of stealing millions from employer and others is...
11/16/2018 5:27 PM
A Frisco man accused of stealing millions of dollars from his former employer and others is back in custody after weeks of evading arrest. John Wright Martin, 33, is being held in the Travis County jail on multiple warrants accusing him of theft and forgery.Read More
Why is Wylie nicknamed "Wide-Awake Wylie?" Curious Texas investigates
11/16/2018 7:01 AM
The formerly small community grew by 40,000 residents since 1990, according to U.S. Census data. And Collin County -- where most of Wylie sits -- adds about 80 people every day.Read More
A Dallas man showed how to fight for a new city park, but he will never get to see it
11/15/2018 2:37 PM
On the same day seven years ago when he learned he had pancreatic cancer, Bruce Hatter also decided to fight for a new Dallas city park. It"s a scratchy piece of land on the far northern tip of Dallas, choked off on one side by massive sound barriers lining the President George Bush Turnpike.Read More
Lawyer of Indigent Clients Made Almost Half a Million Last Year
11/14/2018 9:29 AM
Nothing, really, because a contingency fee lawyer can make millions on single case for one indigent client. But that"s not what we"re talking about.Read More
First Local Forensic Rape Clinic to Open Tuesday
11/13/2018 10:07 AM
A first-of-its-kind forensic clinic that will open its doors Tuesday should make it easier for survivors of sexual assault to seek the help they need in Collin County. A first-of-its-kind forensic clinic that will open its doors Tuesday should make it easier for survivors of sexual assault to seek the help they need in Collin County.Read More
Beto O"Rourke Campaign Asks Judge To Dismiss Class-Action Over Text...
11/13/2018 1:36 AM
The U.S. Senate campaign of Texas Democrat Beto O"Rourke is asking a federal judge to dismiss a class-action complaint alleging violations of a law restricting text messages. O"Rourke, who narrowly lost his bid to replace Republican Senator Ted Cruz, argues in new court papers that the Texas resident who brought suit didn"t suffer the kinds of i...Read More
Attorney"s eye-popping $460,000 in earnings to defend indigent...
11/12/2018 11:21 AM
Collin County is adding more controls after fees to an attorney representing indigent clients this past fiscal year topped $460,000 - more than double the amount of any other court-appointed lawyer in the county. Attorney Marc Fratter, 46, also earned significantly more than anyone on the county payroll, including the district judges who approve...Read More