Judge Shields Some Texas Abortion Clinics From LawsuitsA judge has temporarily shielded some Texas abortion clinics from being sued by the state’s largest anti-abortion group under a new law banning most abortions.
Administrative Court Judge Orders Mask-Wearing To Enter Dallas County CourthousesThose refusing to wear a mask could be barred from entering the buildings.
West Texas Kidnapper Damien Dre Gonzales Pleas Guilty To Abducting 9-Year-Old GirlDamien Dre Gonzales, 27, admitted to abducting the child at a birthday party in Levelland to engage in illicit sexual intercourse.
Judge Blocks Texas Effort To End Medicaid Funding To Planned ParenthoodThe temporary restraining order issued by state District Judge Maya Guerra Gamble was handed down as the state planned to exclude Planned Parenthood from the program starting this week.
Texas Supreme Court Extends Emergency Order, Jury Proceedings On Hold Until Feb. 1, 2021The Supreme Court of Texas has extended its emergency order stating courts may not hold jury proceedings due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic until Feb.1, 2021.
Denton Officers Find Suspect Impaled On Fence, Judge Later Drops Charges Against HimDenton police found a 24-year-old suspect stuck on top of a spiked metal fence after someone called to report the man was fighting with people he used to work with.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's Felony Securities Fraud Case To Return To Collin CountyA judge on Thursday ordered that the felony securities fraud case against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton be returned to his home county in North Texas.
Judge Demands ICE To Explain Why It Won't Release KidsA judge has criticized the Trump administration’s handling of detained immigrant children and families, ordering it to give the court detailed information about efforts to quickly release them in the wake of the coronavirus.
North Texas Court Is The 1st In The Country To Hold A Jury Trial Via VideoconferencingSome North Texans gathered in what was a first of its kind 'jury box', as potential jurors popped onto the screen one by one.
Federal Judge Orders Expansion Of Mail-In Voting In TexasA federal judge has ordered Texas to allow any of the state’s 16 million voters to cast a ballot by mail over fears of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Federal Judge Blocks Ban On Some Texas Abortions During OutbreakA federal judge has blocked the enforcement, in some cases, of an executive order banning abortions in Texas during the coronavirus pandemic.