Sen. Ted Cruz Gets Haircut At Salon A La Mode After Owner Shelley Luther Released From JailU.S. Sen. Ted Cruz showed his support for recently jailed stylist Shelley Luther by getting a haircut at her now controversial Salon à la Mode.
Supreme Court Of Texas Orders Release Of Jailed Texas Stylist Shelly LutherThe Supreme Court of Texas has ordered the release of Dallas salon owner, Shelly Luther, who was jailed for violating executive stay at home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Salon A La Mode Owner, Shelley Luther Arrested: 'Feeding My Kids Isn't Selfish, I'm Not Closing The Salon'Salon À la Mode owner Shelley Luther was sentenced to seven days in jail for criminal and civil contempt and a $7,000 fine today for defying Governor Greg Abbott's stay-at-home rules.
Salon A La Mode Owner, Shelley Luther To City Of Dallas: 'I'm Not Closing The Store'Salon À la Mode owner Shelley Luther is daring City of Dallas and county authorities to arrest her.
Coronavirus In Texas: City Of Dallas Sues Salon À La Mode Owner Shelley LutherDallas city officials are suing Salon À la Mode owner Shelley Luther and have filed a restraining order against her for  violating city/county shelter-in-place orders.
Coronavirus In Texas: Salon Á La Mode Owner Defies County, State Orders By Opening, Gets TicketOwner Shelley Luther said it didn't take long for officers to arrive and hand her a citation of up to $1,000. But she's "not paying" it.
Gov. Abbott: Of Those Being Tested For Coronavirus, Only 10% Test PositiveAmid the public's growing concern about the spread of COVID-19, CBS 11's Doug Dunbar spoke with Texas Governor Greg Abbott Friday evening and asked some questions regarding the virus in the Lone Star State.
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Waco DA Dismisses Remaining Twin Peaks Cases: 'Waste Of Time, Effort  And Resources'McLennan County District Attorney, Barry Johnson has decided not to prosecute the remaining 24 Twin Peak cases involving bikers.