Forcing the Beaumont Independent School District to comply with the Texas Open Meetings Act, Jerry Jordan, editor for The Examiner, sought and received a temporary restraining order stopping the district from holding a board meeting last Thursday.
Mark Lanier GALVESTON Ã¯Â¿Â½ While Kenneth Ramsey's home was being raided in June, law enforcement officers lobbed a small grenade into the house and unknowingly hit the man's teenage daughter as she slept on the couch.
GALVESTON Ã¯Â¿Â½ A Galveston man claims he was assaulted at a local Valero station four months ago and is suing the San Antonio-based oil company in Galveston County District Court for $150,000 in damages.
Known to some as a plaintiff friendly venue, Beaumont appellate justices have begun a trend of booting cases improperly filed in Jefferson County back to their appropriate courts Ã¯Â¿Â½ most recently sending a $60 million suit to Harris County.
Gov. Rick Perry (R) To hear federal officials tell it, they've got all the answers on health care and it's up to the rest of us to sit, wait and embrace whatever solution - if any - they may eventually provide.
Brent Coon A Beaumont woman says she has lost access to money she placed in the stock of a fraudulent corporation after four companies and three individuals conspired to entice her to place money in the stock.
A man who says he owned a 50 percent stake in a successful convenience store has filed suit against the store's co-owner and the company he helped create after he says he was terminated from owning a portion of the company without reason.