Texas Supreme Court Sidesteps Key Home-School Learning IssueThe Texas Supreme Court has sided with a family accused of not teaching its children anything while waiting "to be raptured."
Texas Supreme Court Upholds State's School Funding FormulaTexas' complicated school finance system is constitutional, the state Supreme Court unanimously ruled Friday — a surprise defeat for the 600+ school districts that endured more than four years of costly legal battles
Activists Demand Referendum On Plan For Plano GrowthAfter city leaders approved a new comprehensive plan in October, thousands signed a petition to take the issue to Plano voters.
Texas Unveils New Electronic Court Filing SystemTexas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Hecht has formally unveiled an electronic court document filing system now available in all of the state's 254 counties.
School Finance Trial Underway In TexasMore than 600 school districts make their cases to the State Supreme Court why the public school funding system is outdated, unfair, inefficient and unconstitutional.
Texas Supreme Court Blocks Future Gay Marriages After Lesbians WedThe Texas Supreme Court has issued an emergency order blocking gay couples from obtaining marriage licenses after a lesbian couple wed in Austin.
Gay Couple Marries In TX After License Issued Despite BanTwo Austin women were married this morning after a Travis County judge ordered the county clerk to issue a marriage license.
TX Supreme Court Judge Issues Challenge To LawmakersTexas Supreme Court Chief Justice asks lawmakers to approve legal funding for military veterans and says laws making it a criminal offense to skip school are not working.
Justices Allow Texas Use Of New Voter ID LawThe Supreme Court allows Texas to use the new voter identification law for November elections.
H.S. Bible Banner Lawsuit Heads To Texas Supreme Court A group of high school cheerleaders from southeast Texas asked the state Supreme Court on Wednesday to rule on whether banners emblazoned with Bible verses that they display at football games is protected free speech.
Texas Court Denies Lance Armstrong AppealThe Texas Supreme Court has denied Lance Armstrong's request to block a Dallas company's attempts to recover about $12 million in performance bonuses it paid the cyclist during his career.
Train Accident Victims Hope Trial Brings ChangeThe I-team has spent months investigating possible safety concerns after a Union Pacific freight train slammed into the side of a truck Nov. 15, 2012.