A San Diego physician whose firm was hired as a medical examiner in Texas has been accused in a lawsuit of harvesting body parts from deceased children not for medical reasons, but to boost his research prospects.
Sarah Padilla danced for six years at Sugar’s Gentlemen’s Club in San Antonio, where she says she had to pay a fee of at least $45 each shift and share with managers and staff the tips customers paid her.
The union that represents San Antonio firefighters claimed victory at the ballot box in November with the passage of two union-backed charter amendments, but it’s still fighting a legal battle from that election.
KFDM Investigates: Angel San Juan on toddler's death and federal lawsuit against BISD KFDM-TV News
KFDM/Fox 4 is investigating the 2014 death of a three-year-old boy with special needs who became sick on a Beaumont ISD bus. The...
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