Federal Inmates Guilty of Escape from Beaumont Facility
Texas Doctor Found Guilty for Role in $325 Million Health Care Fraud Scheme Involving False Diagnoses of Life-Long Diseases
State of Texas, AG Paxton and Gov. Abbott Support Emergency Stay for Tinslee Lewis Continues Fight for Baby Tinslee’s Right-to-Life at Ft. Worth Court of Appeals
One way to make the holidays special is to serve a meal that includes your wild harvest. So we've gathered together some of our favorite tested recipes for you to try.
The Center for Disease Control and Food Drug Administration are investigating a multi-state E.coli outbreak thought to be caused by Fresh Express Sunflower Crisp Chopped pre-made salad kits.
AG Paxton Joins 18-State Coalition Urging SCOTUS to Overturn the Shutdown of a Job-Producing Pipeline
Texas HHS Awarded National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Grant $3M Grant Will Connect Texans to Lifesaving Help
The Associated Press reports: Thousands homes and businesses were without power in East Texas Monday after severe storms near Dallas ripped off roofs and downed power lines
TYLER, Texas – An Ore City man has been indicted on several counts of child sex crimes after he was accused of molesting nearly 20 girls over a five year period.
The president, visiting Dallas, said he already has a replacement in mind. Perry's resignation comes amid increasing scrutiny of his role in the administration’s communications with Ukraine.
Tuesday, October 8, 2019 Oscar Martínez-Hernández, a.k.a. “Cali” Sentenced To Life In Prison For The Murder Of Federal Bureau Of Prisons Correctional Officer Osvaldo Albarati-Casañas
Acting on behalf of the TCEQ, attorney general files petition against Triple P.G. Sand Development, L.L.C. today
AG Paxton Statement on Case Challenging Removal of Confederate Monuments at the University of Texas at Austin
E.A. Sween Company announced the recall of multiple products due to possible contamination of Listeria monocytogenes, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy indiv…
U.S. Department of Labor Awards Additional $1 Million in Dislocated Worker Grant Funding for Hurricane Harvey Disaster Recovery
Meat Packing Plant Execs Plead Guilty to Selling $1 Million in Adulterated Ground Beef to Federal Bureau of Prisons
United States Files Civil Lawsuit against Edward Snowden for Publishing a Book in Violation of CIA and NSA Non-Disclosure Agreements