Aerosmith Drummer, Texan Joey Kramer, Sues To Rejoin Band For GrammysHe says Aerosmith kicked him out after he was injured and missed shows. Now, Texan Joey Kramer is taking his fight to perform with the band at the Grammy Awards to court.
Transgender Boy Now Living In Texas Sues NY Over Sex On Birth CertificateA transgender teen now living in Texas says discriminatory policies are forcing him to rely on a birth certificate that inaccurately portrays his identity.
Hospital Parking Prices, Health Cares Controversial CostThe family said their son received amazing care at Medical City Children's Hospital in Dallas. The problem was the parking.
Texas Court Grants Woman Anonymity In Lawsuit Alleging Sexual AssaultA federal appeals court has stopped a judge from forcing a Texas woman to make her name public in a lawsuit alleging she was sexually assaulted by a co-worker.
Judge Rules For Exxon Mobil In Suit Over Climate RegulationsExxon Mobil Corp. hailed the ruling in a trial it said stemmed from a baseless investigation.
Judge Orders Woman's Name Made Public In Lawsuit Alleging Rape A federal judge who plans to dismiss a woman's lawsuit alleging she was sexually assaulted by a co-worker, wants the woman's name made public.
Union Pacific Sues East Texas Town To Get Out Of Nearly 150-Year-Old Jobs PactUnion Pacific wants a court to invalidate an 1872 pact requiring it to keep a certain number of jobs in an East Texas town indefinitely.
Texas Attorney General Leaves Antitrust Suit Over T-Mobile-Sprint MergerTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that his office reached a settlement with T-Mobile resolving the state’s antitrust claims over the company's merger with Sprint.
Former Fort Worth Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald Loses Fight To Keep Old Job From Being FilledFitzgerald said the judge's criticism of the city was a step in the right direction and he plans to continue pursuing his lawsuit.
10 Mexican Citizens Sue Walmart In Wake Of Deadly El Paso Mass ShootingThe suit was filed in coordination with the Consulate General of Mexico in El Paso, the Mexican government said in a news release.
Lawsuit Seeks To Close Dallas' NorthPark Center Parking Lots After Deadly Crash In MarchThe families of two victims who were hit by a car in a parking garage at NorthPark Center in March have filed a lawsuit against the Dallas mall.
Flight Attendant Sues Southwest Airlines Alleging Pilots Live Streamed From LavatoryRenee Steinaker said she was working on a flight from Phoenix to Pittsburgh when she went into the cockpit and noticed an iPad mounted to the windshield, live streaming from one of the plane's lavatories.
Spouse Of U.S. Army Veteran Killed In El Paso Walmart Shooting Files SuitThe wife of U.S. Army veteran, Arturo Benavides hired attorneys to file a wrongful death lawsuit against Walmart and Patrick Wood Crusius.
Feds: Academy Sports & Outdoors Broke Law By Selling Rifle In Texas Attack That Killed 26The Department of Justice wants to add Academy as a responsible third party in an ongoing federal lawsuit.
Group Argues Confederate Statue Removals Violate Free SpeechA federal court of appeals is hearing arguments in a lawsuit accusing the University of Texas of violating free speech rights by removing Confederate statues.