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Randy Wallace

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  • FOX 5 DC
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  • FOX 11 Los Angeles
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Recent articles by Randy:

Study shows misdemeanor bond reform has led to most defendants not showing up for court

A new study is showing some alarming numbers regarding defendants being ordered to show up for court, but don't. → Read More

3 Catholic Churches vandalized apparently by activists

One pastor is reacting after his church was vandalized by apparent activists during the overnight hours in Houston. → Read More

3 Catholic Churches vandalized apparently by activists

One pastor is reacting after his church was vandalized by apparent activists during the overnight hours in Houston. → Read More

Felicia Johnson’s father voices frustration on her disappearance outside Houston City Hall

24-year-old Felicia Johnson was last seen in mid-April when she reportedly vanished leaving a strip club. Her father spoke out during a press conference outside city hall. → Read More

Family of Liberty Co. Sheriff's Deputy killed 27 years ago still seeking justice

"I would love for my dad's murder to be solved in my lifetime." → Read More

Shooting at Galleria sends 1 man to the hospital, gunman remains at large

Authorities say a fight at the Galleria Saturday evening escalated into at least 1 person shot in the leg. → Read More

Senior living community in Houston adopts senior dog

Ike Is an 11-year-old Labrador. He had a home until his owner passed away. Then he ended up in the care of Friends for Life Rescue. → Read More

32-year-old man sues NW Houston hotel after allegedly being beaten, stabbed in parking lot

"He had been stabbed 10 times. He had broken ribs, there was a big gash on his head," said Jose's mother Veronica Benavidez. → Read More

Man partners with Katy restaurant to give dogs a final meal before passing

"People can give us a call or come in bring us a little picture of your dog to put on our board," Hilal said. "If they are in the passing phase, we will give them a half a pound of meat or a burger or something as a last meal, so the dog can have a nice farewell." → Read More

31-year-old man charged with capital murder asks for new bond hearing after waiting 7 years for trial

No one would deny Hurricane Harvey and the pandemic impacted criminal trials. But should it really take seven years for a capital murder defendant to have his day in court? → Read More

Computer glitch in Harris Co. prompting release of almost 300 defendants still not fixed

Eight days have passed and the Jweb system still has parts and pieces that remain down. → Read More

Close to 300 defendants in Harris Co. Jail last week automatically released due to computer glitch

"In my 25 years, I've never seen a system go down like this," said criminal defense attorney Emily Detoto. → Read More

Galveston business owners accuse city marshal of citing them for violating ordinances that don't exist

"I won't lie to you, I'm afraid. This is a guy with a gun, and he's a bully and I don't know what's going to happen next," one business owner told FOX 26 on Monday. → Read More

Local CEO back from Poland after giving 15,000 donated rosaries to Ukrainian refugees

It all started with one rosary given to Bob Unanue, President and CEO of Goya Foods. → Read More

BREAKING BOND: More Criminal District Court judges lowering bond amounts for accused murderers

"His bond was reduced not once, but twice. It's hard to see a judge doing that," said Corey's mom. "It's Judge Josh Hill, 232 Criminal District Court." → Read More

Houston fire officials concerned depleted manpower could be affecting response times

"The fire department is stretched thin and has been stretched thin," said District 28 Fire Chief A. Garcia. "We seem to be getting stretched even thinner." → Read More

Asian Justice Movement holds event in Houston on one-year anniversary of Atlanta Spa shootings

The Asian-American Bar Association, along with the Asian Justice Movement, held a remembrance at Discovery Green. It's called ‘Break the Silence.’ → Read More

One single rosary leads to massive effort to feed, help Ukraine refugees

What began as a mission to feed the hungry for Goya Foods and Global Empowerment Mission is now so much more. It's also about feeding the soul. → Read More

Local woman with default judgement against Santa Fe custom barn builder takes unusual steps to warn others

One woman says she hired a company to build her a house. However, she says all she has is a big pile of dirt. → Read More

Witnesses describe terrifying moments when off-duty officer gunned down inside PlazAmericas Mall

Chaos ensued at PlazAmericas Mall in southwest Houston, where a constable deputy with San Jacinto Pct. 1 working an extra job as security was killed. → Read More