Texas AG Paxton's Criminal Case Lingering On AppealLawyers for Ken Paxton have until late February to make their case to the Fifth Court of Appeals in Dallas.
Texas Rangers Investigating Terrell Officer-Involved ShootingThe man who was shot is expected to survive, police say.
Texas AG Paxton Removing Self From Some Duties Following IndictmentCriminal charges that accuse Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton of defrauding investors are causing the state's top prosecutor to remove himself from some duties at work, his office said Wednesday.
Woman Found Dead In Tarrant County JailThe Sheriff's Department will conduct an internal investigation.
Collin County Should Know Cost Soon For Paxton TrialCollin County commissioners believe the county shouldn’t have to pay more than $33,000 to special prosecutors handling the trial of Attorney General Ken Paxton.
September Arguments Set For Texas School Finance CaseThe Texas Supreme Court has set a September 1 date to hear the massive school finance case that has entangled the Legislature and hundreds of school districts for several years.
Texas Attorney General Hires LawyerKen Paxton has been the subject of an ongoing securities investigation and special prosecutors are ready to move forward.
Charleston Church Shooting Suspect In CustodyAttorney General Lynch: 'I can confirm that there is a suspect in custody' in church shooting.
Cruz Criticizes Lynch, Skips AG Confirmation VoteVocal Loretta Lynch opponent Ted Cruz was the only senator to miss her confirmation vote.
Prosecutor Says He'll Bring In Texas Rangers On Paxton CaseProsecutors say a criminal complaint against Attorney General Ken Paxton over an admitted securities violation will be examined by the Texas Rangers.
Senate Panel Recommends Moving Texas Public Integrity Unit A Texas Senate committee has recommended moving state public corruption prosecutors out of the office of an Austin-based district attorney.
Official Says Eric Holder Resigning As US Attorney GeneralAttorney General Eric Holder is resigning after heading the Justice Department for six years.