Texas Attorney General, Universities Face Lawsuit Over Israel Boycott LawThe ACLU says the law went into effect last year and that similar requirements appear in more than a dozen states but still violate First Amendment protections.
4 Women Accused In Paid Voter Fraud RingThe suspects face dozens of felony charges connected to mail-in ballots.
Texas Supports School That Expelled Student Over Pledge Of AllegianceThe state of Texas is supporting a Houston-area school that expelled a student after she refused to stand for the flag during the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance.
First Black Woman Elected Sheriff In Texas IndictedAuthorities say the first black woman elected sheriff in Texas and two other candidates for the post were indicted for criminal violations for fraud related to campaign contributions.
Texas Accuses More Schools Of 'Unlawful Electioneering'Republican Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has ordered two more school districts to stop "unlawful electioneering activities," accusing them of using state funds to endorse a political candidate.
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.
54-Year-Old Man Arrested For Possession Of Child PornRobert Odean Fry, 54, of Brownwood was arrested after pornographic images of children were found on his cell phone.
Federal Judge Tosses SEC Suit Against Texas Attorney GeneralA federal judge on Thursday dismissed claims by the U.S. government that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton fraudulently duped wealthy investors before taking office.
Texas Sues FDA To Make Decision On Execution Drug ShipmentTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton says the FDA is either incompetent or willfully obstructing the shipment of sodium thiopental.
Texas Attorney General's Appeal Rejected, Trial LikelyAttorney General Ken Paxton's hopes of avoiding trial on criminal securities fraud charges all but vanished Wednesday when a court rejected his third attempt at dismissing indictments.
Texas Attorney General's $100K Gift Came Despite Agency RulesDocuments show the $100,000 that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton accepted from the head of a Dallas-based company his office was investigating came despite internal agency rules that prohibit such gifts.
Texas Attorney General Took Gift While Investigating CompanyAttorney General Ken Paxton, who is under indictment on felony charges of duping investors in a tech startup, accepted $100,000 for his defense from a Dallas medical imaging provider under investigation for Medicaid fraud.