Documents Show More People Connected To Vote Harvesting Scheme In Tarrant CountyNew documents say Leticia Sanchez was receiving money to pay other women for votes they collected.
Hundreds Of Complaints Filed Against Contractors Post HarveyTexas law doesn't require contractors to be licensed or provide minimal bonds to ensure recovery if their work is subpar.
Granbury Man Arrested For Child Porn PossessionZachery Allen Crawford, 31, was arrested after investigators discovered child pornography was shared from an IP address connected to his home.
New Video Aims To Encourage Texans To Fight Against Human TraffickingThe nearly hour-long video was developed over the last year by the attorney general’s Human Trafficking/Transnational Organized Crime section.
Texas AG Aide Out After Social Media Post Disparaging 'Pathetic' WomenKen Paxton spokesman Mark Rylander said views expressed by associate deputy attorney general Andrew Leonie on social media "do not reflect our values."
AG's Office Makes Good On Promise To Go After Post Harvey Price GougersMore than 100 gas stations around the state have been served notice and most of them are in North Texas.
Texas Attorney General's Office No. 2 Picked For JudgeshipPresident Donald Trump has tapped a top official at Texas' attorney general's office for a federal judgeship.
Flood Of Price Gouging Complaints Overwhelms State InvestigatorsThe Texas Attorney General’s Office has been “swamped” with calls from people – most of them Hurricane Harvey victims -- who say they have been cheated by businesses taking advantage of their despair.
Judge Exonerated Of Bribery, Money Laundering ConvictionsA former state district judge has been exonerated of her 2011 bribery and money laundering convictions.
The Texas Rangers Taking Over Investigation Of Hazing ScandalThe case of 10 Texas high school students charged with sexual assault in a hazing scandal involving athletes will now be investigated by the Texas Rangers and the Texas Attorney General's Office.
Frisco ISD Says Prayer Room For All Students Frisco ISD’s superintendent is accusing the Texas Attorney General’s Office of engaging in a “publicity stunt” after it send the district a letter questioning the legality of an on campus prayer room.