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  1. John Wiley Price pleads 'not guilty' while shackled before judge

    John Wiley Price pleads 'not guilty' while shackled before judge

    Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price was dressed in business attire as he and three associates were brought before a judge in handcuffs and shackles.

  2. Texas Longhorns

    Six Longhorns dismissed from team in two days

    The day after Texas coach Charlie Strong indefinitely suspended two football players charged with sexual assault, four more players have been dismissed from the team.

  3. John Wiley Price

    JWP indictment: Biggest public corruption case In Dallas history?

    Supporters of John Wiley Price see him one way. His opponents see him another. Regardless of perspective, he may be the most powerful public official to be indicted in Dallas County history.

  4. Orange County dolls

    Police solve mystery of porcelain dolls left on doorsteps

    The mystery of porcelain dolls being left on the doorsteps of several California families has been solved, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Department.

  5. Brenden Bridges

    Wylie teen to be tried as an adult in murder case

    According to defense attorney Edwin King, the judge "granted the motion for discretionary transfer," meaning Brenden Bridges, who allegedly murdered classmate Ivan Mejia when he was 16, will be tried as an adult.

  6. Key players in John Wiley Price corruption case

    Key players in John Wiley Price corruption case

    Here are some key figures believed to be connected to a federal corruption investigation centered on Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price.

  7. Texas Wesleyan law grads want a piece of A&M's history

    Texas Wesleyan law grads want a piece of A&M's history

    A&M took over the Wesleyan Law School in Fort Worth last year. So what does that mean for nearly 4,000 Wesleyan attorneys whose law school no longer exists?

  8. White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer

    Obama could be impeached, White House aide says

    Dan Pfeiffer said the president did not welcome the prospect of impeachment and was quick to add that "no one has alleged anything that is even six universes from what is generally considered" to be an impeachable offense.

  9. John Wiley Price

    TIMELINE: Following the career, FBI probe of John Wiley Price

    Highlights from the career and activities of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price. Some material is from FBI documents.

  10. Miller and Adams

    Alleged pregnant burglar shot dead by California homeowner

    Police said Thursday they're deciding whether to arrest an 80-year-old man who shot a fleeing, unarmed burglar despite her telling him she was pregnant.

  11. John Wiley Price

    PHOTOS: John Wiley Price through the years

    Images of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price through the years.

  12. Muriquis

    Study: Earth in the midst of sixth mass extinction

    The loss and decline of animals around the world — caused by habitat loss and global climate disruption — mean we're in the midst of a sixth "mass extinction" of life on Earth, according to several studies out Thursday in the journal Science.

  13. Stock image of bees

    Texas man stung 1,000 times by bees

    A street department worker in Wichita Falls, Texas, was stung 1,000 times by killer bees Thursday.

  14. Denton jailer fired for use of force against panhandler

    Denton jailer fired for use of force against panhandler

    Denton Police Jailer Darius Porter misapplied a leg-sweep technique, causing Bishop to hit his head on the floor of the jail cell. The incident was caught on tape, though the video has not been released.

  15. Denton police investigate jailer's alleged violence against panhandler

    Denton police investigate jailer's alleged violence against panhandler

    Jason Bishop, 38, is frequently found panhandling for change on Fry Street in Denton. Bishop said Denton Police Jailer Darius Porter slammed him to the ground face first after he refused to sign paperwork.

  16. Feds test how stoned is too stoned to drive

    Feds test how stoned is too stoned to drive

    A small group of volunteers spent much of the last year getting drunk and stoned on marijuana furnished by the federal government before getting behind the wheel.

  17. UT players arrested

    Two UT football players charged with sexual assault

    Kendall Sanders, a junior wide receiver from Athens, is charged with sexual assault and improper photography. Montrel Meander, a sophomore wide receiver from Amarillo, is charged with sexual assault.

  18. Paul Coggins

    VIDEO Former US Attorney analyzes Price indictment

    Former U.S. Attorney Paul Coggins talks with Byron Harris about the federal indictment of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price and three others.

  19. Lifetime drops reality TV show on Fort Worth mortuary

    Lifetime drops reality TV show on Fort Worth mortuary

    The network in June announced a show called "Good Grief" would air July 23 about the Johnson Family Mortuary in Fort Worth.

  20. Creek rescue

    Man rescued after falling into Dallas creek

    The unidentified man tumbled from an embankment behind the River Point apartments in Northeast Dallas around 3:30 a.m.