The Supreme Court has upheld the nationwide tax subsidies under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, in a ruling that preserves health insurance for millions of Americans.
Delta Air Lines will stay at Dallas Love Field — for now — while the airline and rival Southwest argue in court about space at the crowded airport.
A U.S. appeals court panel has ruled that certain provisions in the Affordable Care Act dealing with birth control don’t violate the religious rights of faith-based groups under federal law.
A third person faces up to 20 years in prison for her role in the 2014 Texas drug overdose death of an apparent first-time heroin user.
A jury has found a Dallas elected official guilty of assaulting a municipal worker who refused to let him inside City Hall because he didn’t have proper identification.
Prosecutors say Terrell Dalmar Hill was found guilty Thursday of animal cruelty for hitting, kicking and pouring boiling water on the puppy back in March 2014.
A national crackdown on Medicare fraud loops into North Texas and snags seven suspects, including two doctors and a registered nurse.
The City of Dallas is squeezed between competing legal claims over gate use at Love Field, so the city is asking a Federal Court to decide the issue.
The Supreme Court has upheld Texas’ refusal to issue a license plate bearing the Confederate battle flag, rejecting a free-speech challenge.
No appeals were in the courts as condemned Texas prisoner Gregory Russeau headed for execution Thursday evening for the slaying of a 75-year-old East Texas auto repair shop owner 14 years ago during a crack cocaine binge.
Calling him “off-the-charts dangerous,” authorities outlined the evidence against a Phoenix man who they say helped orchestrate a shootout on an anti-Islam event in Texas.
An African-American teacher and coach is one step closer to having his discrimination complaints against Frisco ISD heard by a jury.