Widows: Railroad Knew Of Defect Before Veterans Killed In 2012 Parade CrashThree other veterans died and more than a dozen people were injured in the crash three years ago this month.
NFL To Defend $1B Concussion Settlement Amid AppealsThe NFL will ask a federal appeals court in Philadelphia to uphold a potential $1 billion plan to settle thousands of concussion lawsuits filed by former players.
Texas Lawmaker Says Harassment Case From Ex-Staffer DismissedRepresentative Blake Farenthold says a harassment lawsuit filed by a former staffer has been dismissed.
Ruling Could Expose GM To Large Verdicts In Ignition CasesA federal bankruptcy judge says people suing General Motors over faulty ignition switches may seek punitive damages that could cost the company millions of extra dollars.
Supreme Court Sides With Texas Trooper Over Fatal ShootingThe Supreme Court on Monday sided with a Texas state trooper who was sued after he fatally shot a man fleeing from officers during a 2010 high-speed chase outside Amarillo.
Texas Attorney General Paxton Files Suit Against Gov't EPA Power PlanTexas has joined 23 other states in a lawsuit challenging the Obama Administration’s plan to restructure the way electricity is produced and consumed.
Energy Future Sues Oncor Shareholder Over Sale To HuntEnergy Future Holdings has sued to force a minority shareholder to go along with the sale of Texas electric utility Oncor to Hunt Consolidated.
States Probe Volkswagen Over Emissions, Look For Settlement MoneyAn expanding investigation among U.S. state governments into Volkswagen's emissions-cheating scandal could last years and will likely end in a settlement between the German automaker and states.
Church Members Fast To Encourage 5th Circuit Decision On Executive Action CaseThe members aim to encourage the court to issue a decision on the Texas-led lawsuit.
Fantasy Sports Sites Facing Civil Suits Amid Cheating ClaimsFour lawsuits have been filed against the two biggest daily fantasy sports websites following allegations of cheating.
Popular North Texas Coach Files Suit After Arrest & "False Imprisonment"An attorney representing Jessica Curs, a North Texas coach arrested at a basketball game between third-graders and thrown in jail for six hours, filed a lawsuit in district court today.
Rival McKinney Police Associations Headed To Federal CourtA split in the McKinney Police Department is headed to federal court. The McKinney Fraternal Order of Police is suing both the city and the McKinney Police Association.