David Yates Feb. 4, 2008, 7:00am
Mark Sokolow The city of Port Arthur and its economic development corporation can't seem to distinguish who's in charge. And now because the left hand hired a marketing consultant without the right hand's permission, the city will spend the next week in court.
David Yates Feb. 5, 2008, 7:00am
Brian Sutton Slavery, segregation and barring women from the vote are three major errors committed by America that were eventually recognized as unconstitutional. But one Texas lawyer says there is fourth, over-looked mistake continuing to violate the peoples' constitutional rights: medical-malpractice damage caps.
John G. Browning Feb. 5, 2008, 7:15am
As many of you know, I write a year-end wrap-up recognizing some of the strangest lawsuits and legal stories of the year. However, 2008 is off to such an early start in this department that I just can't wait Ã¯Â¿Â½ there's just been too much weirdness going on in the courtroom.
Michelle Massey, East Texas Bureau Feb. 6, 2008, 4:53am
MARSHALL -- When attempting to visit her family at Longview Psychiatric Hospital, grandmother Mary Miller tripped on the pavement and fell. Suing for more than $75,000, Miller claims that inadequate outside lighting and uneven pavement contributed to her clumsiness and caused her to fall.
Marilyn Tennissen Feb. 6, 2008, 7:00am
'My Texas,' the state's current general-issue license plate design. Should the license plates on Texas vehicles sport a blooming field of the state's beloved bluebonnets or a vista of the endless West Texas skies? Or maybe a skyline of Texas' dynamic cities?