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Killeen man at center of life support battle dies
Texas
GEORGETOWN, Texas -- The Killeen man whose parents won a court battle to keep him on life support has passed away. On March 6 former Army Staff Sergeant turned military contract worker, Terry Mace, 43, collapsed in his Killeen home. The Texas Center for Defense of Life confirmed to KVUE on Tuesday that he died in a Williamson County hospital. Lawyers with the Texas Center for Defense say they ...
April 10 2014
Man's parents win fight to keep him on life support
Texas
GEORGETOWN, Texas -- The parents of a Killeen man on life support have won a battle to keep him alive. Attorneys representing 43-year-old Terry Mace and his parents came to an agreement Thursday outside of court. Terry Allen Mace and Carol Mace will have control over their son's financial matter, as well as the ability to keep him on life support for the next 60 days. Mace's estranged wife was ...
March 31 2014
Should Mexican Drug Lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Be Extradited To The U.S.?
Georgetown, Texas
Soon after the world’s most powerful drug lord, Joaquín El Chapo Guzmán Loera, was caught over the weekend, a brawl broke out in the U.S. around which jurisdiction should try him first. Guzmán has been indicted in seven U.S. federal district courts. Prosecutors and law-enforcement officials in New York and Illinois were the first ones to claim the right to hold the high-profile trial, which will ...
February 25 2014
NCAA Basketball - Georgetown 64, MSU 60
Kentucky
NEW YORK (DETROIT FREE PRESS) - They took care of Kentucky in Chicago, Oklahoma in Brooklyn, and Texas, Indiana and Iowa in their home arenas.
February 12 2014
Spartans fall to Georgetown 64-60 in NYC
Kentucky
They took care of Kentucky in Chicago, Oklahoma in Brooklyn, and Texas, Indiana and Iowa in their home arenas.
February 12 2014
Report: 5 states, including Texas, are Anti-Obamacare diehards
Perry, oklahoma
The report by researchers at Georgetown University's Center on Health Insurance Reforms looked at which states declined to implement the law's major components. Meanwhile, conservative Kansas lawmakers push to sever their state from the law's authority and Indiana residents are slow to enroll in new insurance.
February 10 2014
Bastrop Co. death row inmate appeals to federal court
Georgetown, Texas
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December 06 2013
Rodney Reed case goes before federal appellate court
Georgetown, Texas
Judges with the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals will hear arguments in the case of death row inmate Rodney Reed in New Orleans Wednesday. Reed was convicted of capital murder in the 1996 rape and strangulation of Stacy Stites in Bastrop County.
December 04 2013
Anderson surrenders law license, agrees to 10 days in jail
Georgetown, Texas
Disgraced former prosecutor Ken Anderson will serve 10 days in jail and lose his license to practice law after pleading no contest Friday to contempt of court. He will also be forced to pay a $500 fine and serve 500 hours of community service for his role withholding evidence in the wrongful conviction of Michael Morton.
December 01 2013
Man injured by machine in Williamson County
Texas
WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas -- According to Williamson County EMS, one person was injured at the American Plant Food facility in Bartlett, Texas. EMS spokesperson Connie Watson tells KVUE News a man was injured about 9:30 a.m. Monday by a machine. There is no word on extent of his injuries, but he was taken to an area hospital. Bartlett is located northeast of Georgetown.
November 28 2013
Ex-prosecutor in Texas gets jail for wrongful conviction
San Angelo, Texas
GEORGETOWN, Texas — A former Texas prosecutor charged over a wrongful murder conviction agreed to a 10-day jail sentence Friday, accepting the punishment in front of the innocent man he helped put in prison for nearly 25 years.
November 26 2013
Ex-prosecutor gets jail for wrongful conviction - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
Anderson, Missouri
GEORGETOWN, Texas (AP) - A former Texas prosecutor charged over a wrongful murder conviction agreed to a 10-day jail sentence Friday, accepting the punishment in front of the innocent man he helped put in prison for nearly 25 years.
November 17 2013
Ex-Texas prosecutor who convicted innocent man of wife’s 1986 murder agrees to 10 days in jail
Texas
GEORGETOWN, Texas – A former Texas prosecutor who won a conviction that sent an innocent man to prison for nearly 25 years agreed Friday to serve 10 days in jail and complete 500 hours of community service. Ken Anderson also agreed to be disbarred and was fined $500 as part of a sweeping deal that Read the Rest of the Entry
November 12 2013
Ex-DA who prosecuted innocent man back in court
Texas
GEORGETOWN, Texas (AP) - A former prosecutor found guilty of misconduct for convicting an innocent man of murder returns to court for the first time since resigning as a state district judge.
November 09 2013
Ex-Texas prosecutor gets jail for wrongful conviction
Texas
GEORGETOWN, Texas - A former Texas prosecutor charged over a wrongful murder conviction agreed to a 10-day jail sentence Friday, accepting the punishment in front of the innocent man he helped put in prison for nearly 25 years.
November 08 2013
Ex-Texas prosecutor who convicted innocent man of wife's 1986 murder agrees to 10 days in jail
Texas
GEORGETOWN, Texas - A former Texas prosecutor who won a conviction that sent an innocent man to prison for nearly 25 years agreed Friday to serve 10 days in jail and complete 500 hours of community service. Ken Anderson also agreed to be disbarred and was fined $500 as part of a sweeping deal that was expected to end all criminal and civil cases against the embattled ex-district attorney, who ...
November 08 2013
Judge to decide sentence for convicted murderer Fred Yazdi
Rule, Texas
WILLIAMSON COUNTY (Georgetown) -- People filled a Williamson County courtroom Thursday morning, expecting the start of the sentencing trial for convicted murderer Fred Yazdi. The family of Enrique Recio brace themselves for another emotional day in court. The 23-year old Texas State student was shot to death last February after crashing his car in the Avery Ranch neighborhood and, at some point ...
October 25 2013
Jury remains at impasse in Yazdi trial
Georgetown, Texas
Jurors remained at an impasse after nearly 16 hours of deliberations. The group returned to the courtroom around 4 p.m. stating two jurors will not change their mind on self-defense.
October 23 2013
PinPoint Commercial and Thrive Senior Living Begin Construction of a New Assisted Living and Memory
Georgetown, texas
PinPoint Commercial, LP, and Thrive Senior Living, LLC recently started construction of their new property, The Legacy at Crystal Falls an Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility.
October 16 2013
Therapist to start at Georgetown school
Georgetown, texas
A central Texas high school is making big strides when it comes to dealing with mental health concerns. East View High School in Georgetown is bringing a licensed professional on board.
October 16 2013
Campaign contributions, housing discrimination and prayer top Supreme Court's new term
Georgetown, texas
People wait in line for the beginning of the Supreme Court 2013-2014 opening term in Washington, Monday, Oct. 7, 2013. WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court began its new term Monday by turning away hundreds of appeals, including Virginia's bid to revive its anti-sodomy law.
October 16 2013
Supreme Court term begins amid shutdown
Georgetown, texas
The Supreme Court began its new term Monday by turning away hundreds of appeals, including Virginia's bid to revive its anti-sodomy law.
October 16 2013
No email address a problem for Texans trying to enroll in marketplace
Georgetown, texas
Down in South Texas, health care providers are reporting an unusual problem with the federal marketplace: Many patients don’t have email addresses and, therefore, can’t sign up online. The Brownsville Community Health Center had 50 people ...
October 16 2013
Mathews sworn in as district judge
Georgetown, texas
GEORGETOWN – Light shone again Thursday in a courtroom that had been darkened – and about 300 people showed up to watch it happen.
October 16 2013
Man charged with killing 2-year-old due in court
Georgetown, texas
GEORGETOWN, Texas -- A man charged with capital murder for fatally beating a toddler is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday morning. Andrew Ray Jiminez, 22, is accused of punching his girlfriend's two-year-old to death. He will be in court for a pre-indictment hearing. The incident happened three weeks ago inside an apartment complex in Georgetown. Investigators say Jiminez first lied to them ...
October 16 2013
Camm not expected to testify at trial
Georgetown, texas
David Camm’s defense team is expected to rest today without calling him to the stand to deny he murdered his wife and their two young children in the garage of their Georgetown home 13 years ago.
October 16 2013
Camm Trial - October 10, 2013: Criminologists: Tunnel vision, delay on Boney were ‘catastrophic
Georgetown, texas
David Camm's defense team is expected to rest Friday without calling him to the stand to deny he murdered his wife and their two young children in the garage of their Georgetown home 13 years ago.
October 16 2013
New judge takes oath to replace Ken Anderson
Texas
GEORGETOWN, Texas – A newly appointed judge took the oath of office this afternoon in Georgetown. District Judge Billy Ray Stubblefield did the honors, swearing in Judge Stacey Mathews, while her mother held the bible. Mathews replaces Judge Ken Anderson who resigned last month. Anderson still faces a civil case from the state bar, over his handling of a murder case as a prosecutor in the 1980s ...
October 10 2013
PinPoint Commercial and Thrive Senior Living Complete Construction on Two New Assisted Living and M
Schertz, texas
HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PinPoint Commercial, LP, and Thrive Senior Living completed the construction phase for two new state-of-the-art assisted living and memory care facilities in Georgetown and Keller, Texas.
September 24 2013
Texas man charged with capital murder in toddler's beating death
Texas
GEORGETOWN -- A man in Georgetown has been charged with capital murder for the beating death of a toddler. On Aug. 31 Georgetown police were called to a Georgetown hospital to investigate the suspicious death of a two-year-old boy. Staff at the hospital told police the boy was brought into the emergency room by Andrew Ray Jimenez, 22. After attempts to save the boy, he was pronounced dead. Staff ...
September 20 2013
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