Grayson Chief of Police Arrested for Obstruction of Justice and Malfeasance
On June 23, 1908, nine black men were lynched in Hemphill, without trial, according to news reports that circulated around the country.
Statement from Attorney General William P. Barr Regarding the U.S. Department of State Global CTO Roundtable on 5G Integrated Open Networks
While many Americans are sheltering at home to help “flatten the curve” and slow the spread of coronavirus disease (also called COVID-19), they might be tempted to buy or use questionable products that claim to help diagnose, treat, cure, and even prevent COVID-19.
First Round of Refunds Totaling $153 Million Sent to Consumers As a Result of Multi-Agency Case Against Western Union
On January 26th, 2020, deputies received a complaint in reference to allegations of murder for hire. Deputies took the initial report and Detectives were assigned the case for further investigation. During their investigation, detectives developed Curtis Dean Lacombe, Jr., 29, as a suspect…
The Department of Justice Files Actions to Stop Telecom Carriers Who Facilitated Hundreds of Millions of Fraudulent Robocalls to American Consumers
Former Operator of Illegal Booter Services Sentenced for Conspiracy to Commit Computer Damage and Abuse
United States Files Civil Lawsuit against Edward Snowden for Publishing a Book in Violation of CIA and NSA Non-Disclosure Agreements
AG Paxton: San Antonio Agrees to Deliver Records Regarding the City’s Decision to Ban Chick-fil-A from International Airport
The FTC has voted to approve a fine of about $5 billion for Facebook over privacy violations, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday. The report cited an unnamed person familiar with the matter.
Justice Department Reaches Settlement with Five Additional Broadcast Television Companies, Including One National Sales Representative Firm, In Ongoing Information Sharing Investigation
Justice Department Reaches Agreement with Harris County, Texas, to Ensure Polling Place Accessibility for Voters with Disabilities
Kingsmen President and Nomad, Convicted by a Federal Jury of Murder and Racketeering, Sentenced to Life in Prison
One of the things I have mentioned in the past is the work that I have done over the last year as the Vice Chairman of the Sunset Advisory Commission. I want to use this week’s Capitol Update to tell you a little bit more about the Sunset process.
Justice Department Awards More Than $8.3 Million to Support California Victims of the Las Vegas Mass Shooting
The fourth week of session has been a busy one as Senate Finance continues to meet every day to hear from every agency in the State. This week we have heard from agencies such as the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, Texas Supreme Court, the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Texas Depa…
Employees at Family Dollar located at 265 State Highway 87 in Hemphill called for assistance of a heavy smell of smoke was detected inside the retail outlet.
Orange County Emergency Management is monitoring flood levels, and says Sabine River Authority is maintaining 11 gates open at 4 feet, this is causing moderate flooding in low lying areas. The Toledo Bend Lake level is maintaining due to run off from the Northern Basins and the releases will…