Attorney General Ken Paxton today commended the Fugitive Apprehension Unit of his office for reaching a major milestone since its inception in 2003.
The Texas Department of State Health Services is now reporting 10 measles cases in the state in 2019, one more than Texas saw all of last year.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that his office reached a final settlement with the three operators of a tech support scam who tricked consumers into buying expensive and unnecessary computer repairs.
Dallas Public Library granting prom wishes by giving away formal wear Dallas high school students can get free formal wear for prom this weekend courtesy of the Dallas Public Library’s Fair Tale Closet at the Central Library.
Laura and I are deeply saddened that a good friend and a great Texan has died. Ralph Hall epitomized decency, class, and patriotism. Like my father, he was a Naval aviator in World War II who went on to serve in the United States House of Representatives.
The Jackrabbit Baseball Team is off to a 3-6 start so far this season. They have played in the Rose City Classic Tournament in Tyler and the Dallas Jesuit Tournament as well.
The team has posted victories so far this season over Amarillo High School (16-1), Plano East High School, (12-0), and Plano West high School (7-5).
Attorney General Ken Paxton today issued a consumer alert regarding persons alleging to be priests or pastors texting members of the church and asking them to buy gift cards for a false charitable cause.
Attorney General Ken Paxton recently announced the start of Wells Fargo’s consumer redress review program, which is a key requirement of the bank’s recent $575 million settlement with Texas, 49 other states and the District of Columbia over violations of consumer protection laws.
To support the next generation of Texas producers and landowners, Heritage Land Bank held a contest in which local FFA Chapters could apply to win funds for their chapter in form of a grant.
Heritage Land Bank set out to give away a total of $3,000 in grants to three deserving FFA chapters.
Attorney General Ken Paxton recently released a statement in response to an order from the U.S. District Court of San Antonio that deprives state and county election officials of the capacity to faithfully execute their duties under state and federal law to maintain voting rolls.
Beginning Saturday, March 2, the City of Dallas Marshal’s Office will be concentrating their efforts to arrest individuals with outstanding warrants.
A legal team from Attorney General Ken Paxton’s office today urged the U.S. District Court in San Antonio to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the time-honored Electoral College system used in every presidential election since 1789.