With July and August ranking among the most popular months to move and about 80% of the U.S. population living in urban areas, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2019’s Best Big Cities to Live in.
The North Central Texas Council of Governments and the Texas Department of Transportation will conduct a public hearing to receive comments on the proposed expansion
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that the Child Exploitation Unit of his office arrested 43-year-old Christopher Carl Camacho, of Kempner, Texas, on charges of online solicitation of a minor.
This month, a massive project to restore the historic Apollo Mission Control Center culminated with the room reopening to the public. Be one of the first to visit this National Historic Landmark as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing.
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agents in a few Central and East Texas counties have reported armyworm activity in hayfields and pastures over the past few weeks.
Daniel Christopher Walsh, a Galveston oilman who made money by keeping investor funds in his pockets – not in the ground, drilling wells –was sentenced to 18 years in state prison on July 12 after reaching a plea agreement in his fraud trial in Wichita County.
Walsh pleaded guilty to money laundering on July 10 in the 30th District Court, where he had been indicted on first-degree felony charges of theft, money laundering, and securing execution of a document by deception.
More than 50 years ago, a young woman drowned in a motel pool, her identity still remains a mystery. Now the Pecos Police Department is working with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children to release a new facial reconstruction showing what the woman looked like while she was alive.
In soliciting Texans for investments in oil wells promising annualized returns of up to 70%, Michael E. Patman of Woodland Resources LLC is touting his decades of earning profits for investors through oil and gas drilling programs.
Patman’s public record, however, shows a gusher of debt and a long trail of misleading investors.
Attorney General Ken Paxton, in cooperation with the Federal Trade Commission, recently announced a major crackdown on illegal robocalls, including nearly 100 actions targeting operations around the country responsible for more than one billion calls – pitching everything from fraudulent credit card services to auto warranty protection.
Attorney General Ken Paxton recently announced the launch of new partnerships between his office and cities across the state to educate and mobilize Texans in the fight against human trafficking.
The Citywide Immersive Training initiative kicked off in Beaumont last week and included human trafficking awareness
Attorney General Ken Paxton recently announced that Captain Wes Hensley from the Law Enforcement Division of his office received an award for valor during the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement’s annual Law Enforcement Achievement Awards Ceremony at the state Capitol.
At a roundtable of state attorneys general hosted by the Federal Trade Commission, Texas First Assistant Attorney General Jeff Mateer today questioned whether big tech companies mislead users and run afoul of the states’ deceptive trade practices laws when they represent their social media platforms as viewpoint neutral and open to all protected speech.