Coronavirus-Related Lawsuits Keeping Texas Courts BusyTexas has at least 217 Covid-19 filings in the court system, the fourth highest total in the nation.
Mesquite Police Looking For Mother And SonThe child is identified as Dominic Payne, 2 years 11-months-old. Dominic was taken by Porscha Dodson, 27.
Court: Police With Warrant Can View Private Twitter MessagesAn appeals court has ruled that law enforcement agencies can view private messages and tweets from private accounts on Twitter if they get a warrant.
Texas Officials Amend Death Certificate To Reflect Gay UnionState officials say they've complied with a court order and amended the death certificate of a man to include the name of his same-sex spouse.
No Show Officers Lead To Code Compliance Violation DismissalsHundreds of citations for code compliance violations in Fort Worth have been dropped this year, when officers failed to show up for court dates.
Report: Feds Getting Phone Records Of All Verizon CustomersThe National Security Agency is currently collecting the telephone records of millions of U.S. Verizon customers, under a top secret court order. A British newspaper reports the order was granted on April 25 and is good until July 19.
Order Lets Boy Scouts Keep New Abuse Files Private The Irving-based Boy Scouts of America has won a stay of a court order that would have required them to turn over more than two decades of files the group kept on sexual abuse complaints.
'Only An Idiot': Examples Of Court-Ordered Shaming A woman sentenced to hold a sign beginning with"Only an idiot would..." is an example of the sometimes controversial sentences handed out by judges. Check out other examples from Texas and across the country.
A Grave Mistake?A Dallas woman who's been visiting her father's grave for more than 20 years, was just recently told that's not where her father is buried.
Deion & Pilar Back In Court, Still FightingJust a few weeks ago there were some very bitter divorce hearings between Deion Sanders and wife Pilar. Today the pair were back in court -- fighting.
AG: 40 Parents Arrested For Skipping Child Support PaymentsThe Texas Attorney General’s office arrested 40 area parents in a weeklong stint targeted at those who failed to pay child support.