Court: Texas Can Enforce More Of 'Sanctuary Cities' LawTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton said the decision would allow the state to "enforce the core" of the law while opponents predicted that the actual effect would be limited.
3 Businesses Face Lawsuits For Alleged Harvey Price GougingAs residents from the Gulf Coast were fleeing inland to escape the threat of Harvey, many complained about potential price gouging. Now, three businesses are facing lawsuits as a result, including one from the DFW area.
Texas AG Seeks Swift Reversal Of Blocked 'Sanctuary Cities' LawIn a filing Tuesday, Ken Paxton requested expedited consideration and a ruling from the U.S. 5th Circuit Court within two days.
Judge Won't Give Texas 'Sanctuary City' Ban Early BlessingU.S. District Judge Sam Sparks of Austin made no judgment on the legality of what opponents condemn as a "show me your papers" measure.
Texas Urges Reversal In Planned Parenthood Medicaid CaseKen Paxton is urging a federal appeals court to overturn an order halting the state from cutting Medicaid dollars to Planned Parenthood.
Texas Attorney General Now Facing December Trial DateA new trial date of December 11 is set for Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to face felony securities fraud charges. It's the third time a trial date has been set.
AG Paxton Withholds Name Behind Legal DonorKen Paxton disclosed Wednesday that a Washington-based conservative group is helping pay his legal defense on criminal securities fraud charges but would not say who is behind the political organization.
Texas Attorney General Raises $500K For Own Criminal DefenseTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton has now raised more than $500,000 to pay for private attorneys who are defending him on criminal securities fraud charges.
New Judge Named In AG Ken Paxton's Criminal CaseThe new judge assigned to oversee the felony securities fraud case against Texas' attorney general is a Houston Democrat who defeated the son of the state's lieutenant governor to win his seat on the bench.
Court Scuttles AG Paxton's Criminal Trial DateThe ruling Tuesday is likely to result in a Paxton getting a new trial date for the third time since the Republican was indicted in 2015 on charges of misleading investors in a teach startup.
Target Agrees To Pay $18.5 Million Over Data BreachThe breach affected more than 41 million customer payment card accounts, along with contact information for more than 60 million customers.
Court Pauses Criminal Case Against Texas' Attorney GeneralA state appeals court has temporarily halted Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's criminal case on securities fraud charges as he presses for a new judge.
Court Pauses Criminal Case Against Texas AGThe ruling Tuesday comes as Paxton is scheduled to stand trial in Houston in September on felony accusations that he misled investors in a tech startup.
Paxton Sues To Stop Lawsuits Over 'Sanctuary Cities' BanTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton has taken the unusual step of preemptively suing to stop lawsuits that would challenge the state's new 'sanctuary cities' ban, signed into law by Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday.
Judge To Stay On Paxton Trial Despite Removal RequestJudge George Gallagher will remain on the Ken Paxton case when it gets underway in Houston this September, despite attempts by the Texas attorney general's legal team to have the judge removed.