Judge Says He's Being Sued For Coronavirus-Related Closures: 'I DID NOT Order A Single Business In Collin County To Close'A North Texas judge says he's being sued by someone who was negatively affected by coronavirus-related closures.
Judge Rules Former Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald's Firing Should Be 'Honorable' DischargeIt was a win in the courts for former Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald nearly a year after he was fired from the department.
Mom Of First Texas Healthcare Worker To Reportedly Die Of COVID-19 Sues Nursing HomeMaurice Dotson, 51, was a nurse's aid at West Oaks Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in South Austin. He died alone in his hospital bed from the coronavirus on April 17, 2020.
Texas Suing To Stop Deceptive Robocallers Touting 'Trump Care Health Plans' During Coronavirus OutbreakThe Texas Attorney General's Office said the calls violate the Texas No Call Act and the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.
American Airlines Customer Sues Airline in Class Action Lawsuit Demanding Refunds for Flights Cancelled Due to COVID-19An American Airlines customer who was left without a return flight from Lima, Peru, sued the airline in a class-action lawsuit seeking ticket refunds for flights cancelled due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
Widow Of Retired Dallas Firefighter Sues Cruise Line Over Husband's COVID-19-Related DeathSusan Dorety says they were notified four days into the cruise about possible exposure to COVID-19. That was around the time Michael got sick.
Former Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald To Become Top Cop In Waterloo, IowaThe City of Waterloo said Fitzgerald will be the city's first African American Chief of Police once his position is ratified by the city council next Monday.
Coronavirus In Texas: Court Allows Texas To Ban Most Abortions During PandemicA federal appeals court has sided with Texas and allowed the state to ban most abortions while under an emergency order limiting non-essential surgeries during the coronavirus pandemic.
Judge Rejects Legal Challenge To McKinney’s Coronavirus Emergency OrderJudge Jill Willis denied a request for a temporary restraining order to halt enforcement of McKinney's shelter-in-place emergency order.
Current Shelter-In-Place Order For McKinney Could Soon Be Overturned Due To LawsuitIn a hearing Friday afternoon, Judge Jill Willis agreed the Mayor George Fuller's order to close down non-essential businesses conflicted with a countywide order.
Abortion Providers Sue Texas Over Coronavirus Outbreak OrderPlanned Parenthood is joining other abortion providers in suing Texas over moving to ban abortions during the coronavirus outbreak.
Colleges And Universities Seem To Follow Similar Playbook When It Come To Sex Assault ResponseAs mass sexual assault scandals, some dating back decades, roil universities in Texas and across the country, the schools are seemingly drawing from the same playbook in their responses.
Dallas ISD Suing 7-Year-Old Former Student Over Right To Test Him For AutismThe Texas Education Agency has weighed in twice, both time siding with the boy’s parents.
Supreme Court Rules Parents Can't Sue US Border Patrol Agent Who Killed Teen Son In MexicoThe Supreme Court said Tuesday that the parents of a Mexican youth who was shot to death in Mexico by a U.S. Border Patrol agent standing on American soil cannot try to sue the agent in U.S. courts for damages.
Apple To Pay $440 Million After Being Denied Appeal In Patent Lawsuit Out Of TexasThe Supreme Court declined to consider Apple's appeal to avoid paying nearly $440 million to technology licensing company VirnetX for violations of its patents. The lawsuit was filed in the Eastern District of Texas.