Kevin Krause, The Dallas Morning News

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The Dallas Morning News

Dallas, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Kevin:

Garland man is latest to be arrested for Capitol riot after feds say he fought with officers

A commercial artist from Garland is the latest local resident to be arrested in connection with the Capitol riot in January, after authorities say he threw... → Read More

Dallas man who threatened ‘traitors’ after Capitol riot is set to be first North Texan sentenced

A prolific police and military impersonator from Dallas who threatened to hunt down Democrats and other “traitors” following the U.S. Capitol insurrection... → Read More

North Texas nightclub king is on trial for allegedly allowing cocaine sales in bathrooms

Alfredo Navarro Hinojosa’s 40-some clubs thronged nightly with patrons on weekends, earning him more than $100 million over just three years; but there was... → Read More

Leader of Dallas group that targeted gay men on Grindr gets 23 years for violent robberies

They were targeted — kidnapped, beaten and robbed — because they were gay; humiliated and violated. The four assailants used the Grindr social networking... → Read More

Arlington school shooting suspect excelled in studies despite bullying, family says

He’d escaped a difficult childhood, with a father beaten to death and mother behind bars, according to family members and court records. Timothy Simpkins... → Read More

Suspect in Arlington school shooting remains jailed Thursday

This story was updated at 8:48 a.m. with additional details. The suspect arrested in the shooting at Timberview High School in Arlington remains in custody... → Read More

What we know about the suspect in the high school shooting in Arlington

Police have arrested Timothy George Simpkins, 18, in Wednesday’s morning’s shooting at Timberview High School in Arlington. Four people were injured —... → Read More

North Texas man who plotted to blow up Amazon data center gets 10 years in prison

FORT WORTH — Before he was led away to begin his prison term, Seth Aaron Pendley told a federal judge that a key event changed his life for the worst. “Befor... → Read More

Oak Cliff widow who begged for help in finding husband’s killer had planned his murder, feds say

A seemingly distraught widow, she helped set up a GoFundMe page for her family’s benefit after her husband was gunned down by an assailant as the couple... → Read More

Dallas defense lawyer agrees to plead guilty to using firm to launder drug money

Prominent Dallas lawyer and former DART board member Ray Jackson has agreed to plead guilty to a federal money laundering charge for trying to legitimize... → Read More

Dallas HVAC trade school owner gets almost 20 years for fraud

The former owner of a Dallas-area school that trained military veterans in the heating and air-conditioning industry has been sentenced to more than 19... → Read More

Dallas City Council takes no action against member whose Facebook comment violated ethics code

Dallas' Ethics Advisory Commission ruled that council member Adam Bazaldua violated a rule about rude or impertinent comments, but he argued the complaint... → Read More

FBI will look into whether Dallas police data loss was intentional while city seeks outside review

This is a breaking news story and will be updated. The Dallas FBI will help police determine whether a former city employee intentionally lost 22 terabytes... → Read More

Dallas City Council members clash over how to address police shortage, growing overtime costs

Police are getting more money next fiscal year to address rising crime, but the City Council has moved about a third of its allotted overtime to a reserve... → Read More

Dallas developer gets year in prison for bribing city councilwoman who asked for money

Devin Hall came from a pioneering southern Dallas family who lived up to his promise until his attempts to do business at City Hall hit a snag. His real... → Read More

Dallas feds arrest man for selling fake COVID-19 vaccination cards on Instagram

A Texas soldier has been charged in federal court in Fort Worth with selling bogus COVID-19 vaccination cards on Instagram, federal court records show.... → Read More

Dallas Morning News settles suit against ‘Black Hat’ operator who reprinted its articles

The Dallas Morning News has settled its federal copyright lawsuit against a Wisconsin woman who repeatedly sold access to the newspaper’s articles that she... → Read More

Frisco real estate broker who flew to DC to storm Capitol pleads guilty

The Frisco real estate broker who stormed the U.S. Capitol and documented it on social media has become the first North Texan to plead guilty for her... → Read More

Booming Texas population growth, demographic changes set stage for redistricting battle

The less diverse populations east of Dallas-Fort Worth’s metropolitan area in Kaufman and Rockwall counties have exploded over the past decade, while in... → Read More

Fort Worth mechanic assaulted Capitol police with baton and table during Jan. 6 riot, feds say

A Fort Worth motorcycle mechanic has been charged with multiple federal offenses for allegedly assaulting police with a baton and hurling a “tabletop” at... → Read More