The City of Rockwall mosquito abatement program has continually monitored mosquito populations in live mosquito traps in various locations around the City. Those samples are sent to the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) to be tested for West Nile virus.
The State informed the City that a live mosquito did test positive for West Nile virus, but there are no reported human cases of West Nile virus within the city limits.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today lauded a federal court decision to dismiss a complaint by three professors at the University of Texas at Austin regarding Senate Bill 11, the campus carry law. In their lawsuit, the professors claimed that the legislation passed by the Texas Legislature would have a “chilling effect” and stifle class discussion in their courses.
Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that Texas joined a 10-state coalition filing an amicus brief supporting the constitutionality of President Trump’s Executive Order regarding sanctuary cities.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton last week obtained a final judgment and permanent injunction against Samara Portfolio Management, LLC, Law Office of Joseph Onwuteaka, P.C., and Joseph O. Onwuteaka, for violations of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices—Consumer Protection Act (DTPA), Texas Debt Collection Act
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that his agency will assist Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson in her ongoing investigation into allegations of widespread voter fraud in Dallas County precincts.
At a press conference at the Frank Crowley Courts Building in Dallas, Attorney General Paxton told reporters that District Attorney Johnson requested help
Kaufman County and local officials, along with TxDOT officials celebrated the completion of FM 3486 with a ribbon cutting ceremony today.
During his remarks, Judge Wood said, “Kaufman County continues to grow. And as it does, that puts more stress on our roadway systems.
The U.S. Supreme Court today ruled for Texas in a death penalty case involving Erick Davila, a Fort Worth man who killed a 5-year-old and her grandmother at a children’s birthday party while attempting to shoot rival gang members.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that his office is working with a bipartisan coalition of a majority of state attorneys general on an investigation to evaluate whether manufacturers have engaged in unlawful practices in the marketing and sale of opioids.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced the entry of a $900,000 agreed judgment against Pearland developer Richard J. Burns in connection with his sale of property in an illegal Caldwell County subdivision known as Century Oak Estates.
Attorney General Ken Paxton hailed a ruling today by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which dismissed a challenge against the state of Mississippi’s religious freedom law (HB 1523).
Attorney General Paxton sided with Mississippi in an amicus brief filed in the 5th Circuit on behalf of nine states last November.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today applauded President Trump’s decision to revoke a 2014 Obama-era policy memo that created the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) program.
Former President Obama’s unlawful action was intended to grant five million illegal aliens in the U.S. lawful-presence status and allow them to apply for work permits.