Feds Not Dropping Fraud Case Against AG PaxtonInvestor fraud accusations against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton are back in federal court, at least for now, after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday refiled a civil lawsuit against the Republican that a judge previously dismissed.
Keller ISD Fires Employee Charged With Online Solicitation Of MinorA former Keller ISD employee was one of eight men arrested for Online Solicitation of a Minor in Rockwall.
Obama Appeals Block On School Transgender RulesThe Obama administration is pushing back against the efforts to block transgender bathroom rights in public schools. This back-and-forth battle has been flush with controversy.
Texas Attorney General's Appeal Rejected, Trial LikelyAttorney General Ken Paxton's hopes of avoiding trial on criminal securities fraud charges all but vanished Wednesday when a court rejected his third attempt at dismissing indictments.
Public Spending For Christmas Lights OK, Texas AG SaysIn a non-binding opinion Monday, the Republican said state law allows commissioners courts to use county funding on holiday lights and decorations in public buildings.
AG Paxton Securities Fraud Case Dismissed For NowThe judge tells prosecutors they need to change the charges they filed against him for securities fraud.
CEO Of Backpage Arrested In Texas On Sex-Trafficking ChargesTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the largest sex trafficking bust ever in Texas today.
Texas Attorney General Dines With 8-Year-Old Transgender BoyThe Texas mother of an 8-year-old transgender boy says she had some unlikely company over for dinner: the state’s Republican attorney general, who is suing over Obama administration efforts to expand transgender rights.
Texas Attorney General Tries Again To End His Criminal CaseTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton is trying one last time to have his criminal indictment on securities fraud charges dismissed before trial.
Texas Attorney General's $100K Gift Came Despite Agency RulesDocuments show the $100,000 that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton accepted from the head of a Dallas-based company his office was investigating came despite internal agency rules that prohibit such gifts.
Texas Attorney General Took Gift While Investigating CompanyAttorney General Ken Paxton, who is under indictment on felony charges of duping investors in a tech startup, accepted $100,000 for his defense from a Dallas medical imaging provider under investigation for Medicaid fraud.
Scam Warning In Wake Of Dallas Officer AmbushAttorney General Ken Paxton is encouraging citizens who want to donate to the victims of the Dallas police shootings to give compassionately, but give carefully.

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