Texas AG Files More Hurricane Harvey Price Gouging LawsuitsOne of the lawsuits is against Big Willy’s which has locations south/southwest the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The business is said to have charged $3.99 and $4.99 per gallon of unleaded gasoline at numerous stations.
Texas Attorney General Won't Face Charges In Bribery ProbeProsecutors have closed a bribery investigation against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton after the Republican received a $100,000 donation to his legal defense fund from an executive who recently settled a Medicare fraud suit with the state.
Texas AG's Criminal Trial Delayed AgainState District Judge Robert Johnson on Wednesday postponed the trial until 2018 after prosecutors requested a delay.
Beware Of Buying Flood-Damaged Vehicles In Harvey AftermathIt’s estimated that between 500,000 and one million automobiles were submerged in floodwaters during the unprecedented disaster.
Court Blocks Order That Voided Prosecutor Pay In Paxton CaseAn appeals court has blocked a lower court's ruling that prevented special prosecutors in Paxton's felony securities fraud case from collecting a six-figure payment.
Court: Texas Can Enforce More Of 'Sanctuary Cities' LawTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton said the decision would allow the state to "enforce the core" of the law while opponents predicted that the actual effect would be limited.
3 Businesses Face Lawsuits For Alleged Harvey Price GougingAs residents from the Gulf Coast were fleeing inland to escape the threat of Harvey, many complained about potential price gouging. Now, three businesses are facing lawsuits as a result, including one from the DFW area.
Texas AG Seeks Swift Reversal Of Blocked 'Sanctuary Cities' LawIn a filing Tuesday, Ken Paxton requested expedited consideration and a ruling from the U.S. 5th Circuit Court within two days.
Judge Won't Give Texas 'Sanctuary City' Ban Early BlessingU.S. District Judge Sam Sparks of Austin made no judgment on the legality of what opponents condemn as a "show me your papers" measure.
Texas Urges Reversal In Planned Parenthood Medicaid CaseKen Paxton is urging a federal appeals court to overturn an order halting the state from cutting Medicaid dollars to Planned Parenthood.
Texas Attorney General Now Facing December Trial DateA new trial date of December 11 is set for Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to face felony securities fraud charges. It's the third time a trial date has been set.
AG Paxton Withholds Name Behind Legal DonorKen Paxton disclosed Wednesday that a Washington-based conservative group is helping pay his legal defense on criminal securities fraud charges but would not say who is behind the political organization.