Attorney General Ken Paxton applauded Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett’s confirmation to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit. President Trump nominated Justice Willett for the position in September, 2017,
It’s the one thing parents dread most at the holidays: The List. Because there is always at least one popular-but-impossible-to-find toy every year that all the kids want.
Tomorrow, Dec. 12, Santa Claus will strike outside of a Dallas Walmart Supercenter demanding Walmart bring back the holiday pay it eliminated in 2016.
Making Change at Walmart (MCAW) & UFCW Locals 540 and 1000 will be striking at Walmart locations in 13 cities and 11 states across the country for the next several weeks as part of MCAW’s second round of coordinated actions against Walmart’s “war on the holidays.”
On Monday, Nov. 20, Making Change at Walmart (MCAW), a project of the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) international labor union, will kick off the first of several coordinated actions at Walmart locations throughout the country
Texas A&M University has been named the recipient of two grants from Texas Governor Greg Abbot’s Governor’s University Research Initiative, a program aimed at bringing the best and brightest researchers in the world to Texas.
Attorney General Ken Paxton announced that 17 parents were arrested in Smith County for violating court orders requiring them to pay child support.
Over 500 Texas A&M Forest Service employees came together at the agency’s annual personnel meeting Wednesday, Nov. 15.
Texas A&M Forest Service employees gathered to celebrate their dedication to the citizens and natural resources of Texas.
Attorney General Ken Paxton today filed more price gouging lawsuits against businesses accused of taking advantage of Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey. In these cases, consumers were allegedly charged excessive prices for gasoline.
Experts from the Crime Victim Services Division of Attorney General Ken Paxton’s office are on site in Sutherland Springs this week helping victims of Sunday’s mass shooting with applications for financial assistance from the state’s Crime Victims’ Compensation (CVC) program.
"Today I am announcing that I will not seek reelection to the US Congress in 2018. Although service in Congress remains the greatest privilege of my life, I never intended to make it a lifetime commitment, and I have already stayed far longer than I had originally planned.