A three-judge panel heard arguments in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of a UIW student fatally shot by a campus police officer in 2013.
The Texas Supreme Court asked the City of San Antonio and the firefighter’s union for full briefs on the so-called evergreen lawsuit late last week.
The Texas Supreme Court threw out a lower court ruling that said spouses of gay and lesbian public employees are entitled to government-subsidized same-sex marriage benefits.
Oral arguments will be heard by the Texas Supreme Court regarding UIW’s claim to immunity in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the slain student’s parents.
More robust and accessible pre-K and early literacy programming and a genuine statewide commitment to educational funding are critical to addressing current elementary reading gaps and their lifelong repercussions, said the superintendents of San Antonio’s three largest school districts at a panel discussion Friday.
The Texas Supreme Court has agreed to hear oral arguments in the University of Incarnate Word’s (UIW) appeal to be considered a “governmental unit” in the wrongful death lawsuit filed against UIW and former campus police officer Christopher Carter, who fatally shot UIW student Robert Cameron Redus during an off-campus traffic stop in 2013.
Thanks to the Texas Supreme Court, McAllen taxpayers cannot find out how much their city paid Enrique Iglesias to belt out his Latin pop lyrics at a holiday parade.
The state’s most powerful courts don’t exactly resemble the population outside of their chambers.
Editor’s note: This commentary was written by Alamo Heights Independent School District Superindendent Kevin Brown in collaboration with eight other superintendents including Roland Toscano of East Central ISD, Gail Siller of Ft.
Editor’s note: This story has been updated with additional comment.