John Wiley Price, United Leggings Ordeal, D-FW Weather Photos: Your Monday Evening News Roundup

Good evening. Here are some stories you may have missed today.Do you want to get this roundup via email? Sign up for our newsletters here.Former Dallas County judge tells federal jury John Wiley Price threatened to hit him after voteFormer Dallas County Judge Jim Foster testified Monday that John Wiley Price got in his face after a vote on tax breaks for certain landowners and threatened to punch him.Foster had just voted in May 2007 to approve a foreign trade zone federal designation for some property located in Dallas as part of the "inland port."Price had wanted to delay the vote to allow the late inclusion of some land the Hillwood development company owned in DeSoto. Hillwood at the time had hired Price associate Kathy Nealy, as a consultant and lobbyist.Prosecutors say Nealy paid a $2,500 bribe to Price to help Hillwood with its foreign trade zone application, which provides tax free benefits for goods being stored at the inland port. Price is accused of accepting nearly $1 million in bribes from Nealy to help her clients with county contracts and other matters. She will be tried separately.Commentary: A former reporter for WFAA-TV and NBC News argues that the John Wiley Price trial should have been televised.More in court: A woman given amateur butt injections could've lived if she had been taken to a hospital, a Dallas County medical examiner testified Monday.  Continue reading...

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