Texas Securities Commissioner Travis J. Iles last week revoked the investment adviser registration of Irving-based Jackson Financial Services after its president, David Jackson, repeatedly refused to turn over emails regarding his solicitation of clients.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has scheduled more than 90 First Day Hike events at dozens of state parks to help you ring in the New Year.
Options include casual strolls, bike rides, cold water plunges, walking your dog, and even bird watching walks. There's something for everyone!
Dallas/Fort Worth Area
First Day Precious Prairie Hike at Cedar Hill – Take a moderate hike and learn about the plants and animals at Cedar Hill.
Attorney General Ken Paxton recently announced that the Law Enforcement Division of his office received a special award from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and his counterparts from 49 other states and the District of Columbia recently announced a $13.5 million settlement with Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (BIPI) over alleged off-label marketing and deceptive claims
The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas (KBHCCD) is receiving national recognition for its Good Neighbor Program, which was created as a way to donate unconsumed food to local nonprofits, serving homeless individuals and families.
A high ranking attorney employed by the Office of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton resigned on Thursday morning after he was admonished for publishing a Facebook rant that called women's sexual misconduct allegations "pathetic."
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