Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that Xerox Corporation and several of its former subsidiaries – including Conduent, Inc. – agreed to a $235.9 million settlement with the State of Texas
Heritage Land Bank announced it will pay $3.5 million in cash patronage to its customers in April 2019. This year’s patronage distribution represents 70 basis points and is based on the association’s solid 2018 net earnings of $7.83 million and total assets of $524 million.
Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that the Texas 6th District Court of Appeals in Texarkana issued an opinion yesterday stating that Kilgore ISD had no right to reject or lower local option homestead exemptions for taxpayers in Gregg County.
Attorney General Ken Paxton recently announced that the Election Fraud Unit of his office arrested Bernice Annette Garza for using a dead person’s identity to vote illegally in the March 1, 2016, Democratic primary election in Starr County.
The Rockwall Fire Department has added six new full-time firefighters to their team. The increase in staffing levels is a move to continue to enhance the service level the department provides.
The City of Dallas is partnering with the North Texas Food Bank for a special canned food drive initiative for individuals with outstanding arrest warrants.
A project to reconstruct South Lakeshore Drive / Summit Ridge Drive in Rockwall begins on Monday, February 4.
Attorney General Ken Paxton has issued the following statement after the Secretary of State’s office discovered that about 95,000
Attorney General Ken Paxton yesterday defended the existing federal standards to maintain criminal sentences.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that Marites Canete Curry, of Corsicana, was indicted on one count of illegal voting and arrested following an investigation by the Election Fraud Unit of his office.
Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) is reporting two possible influenza clusters at two assisted living facilities one in Dallas and the other in Sunnyvale.