2nd Judge Rules Texas AG Ken Paxton's Securities Fraud Trial Should Be Held In Collin CountyA Harris County State District Judge ruled Friday, Oct. 23, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton should be tried for felony securities fraud in his home county, Collin County.
County Commissioner, 3 Others In Texas Arrested For Alleged 'Vote Harvesting' Scheme In 2018The Gregg County commissioner and three others allegedly got young, able-bodied voters to cast ballots by mail by claiming the voters were disabled.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Sues To Stop Harris County From Sending Out Mail-In Ballot ApplicationsThe fight over mail balloting in Texas grew Monday when the state sued to stop more than two million registered voters around Houston from receiving applications to submit their ballots by mail.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Sues Clinic For Alleged Fraudulent Coronavirus TestingAccording to the AG's office, Clinica Hispana claims its tests can diagnose an active infection, but the tests used by the clinic are not approved for such use.
Stephenville Mayor Didn't Anticipate Statewide Impact Of His Question To Texas AG Ken Paxton About Reopening SchoolsMayor Doug Svien said he didn’t understand how an order from a city contract employee could potentially override the decision of a school board.
Some North Texas Religious Private Schools Prepare To Reopen During PandemicFirst Baptist Academy is one school planning to open its doors in three weeks.
Texas Attorney General Sues San Antonio-Based Student Loan Debt Relief CompanyKen Paxton is warning college students to beware of loan debt relief companies. Paxton is suing San Antonio-based My Education Solutions.
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.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Sends Warning To Dallas County About 'Unlawful Restrictions'Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sent a stern warning to Dallas County about "unconstitutional and unlawful restrictions" that he says conflict with the governor's executive orders.
Texas Attorney General Launches Website To Assist Volunteer Security Teams Protect Houses Of WorshipTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton launched a webpage containing educational materials and resources for volunteer security teams to legally and effectively protect houses of worship.
Scam Alert: Fraudulent Callers Claim To Be From Texas Attorney General's OfficeTexas AG Ken Paxton is warning about callers claiming to be members of the OAG’s Crime Victim Services Division and trying to get people to share personal information.