The Examiner has obtained a copy of the filings made on behalf of the Texas Education Agency in a Travis County District Court while fighting a request for temporary restraining order, temporary injunction and permanent injunction filed by the Beaumont Independent School District asking for a reprieve in the pending TEA takeover.
The Beaumont Independent School District has been granted a temporary retraining order barring the Texas Education Agency from appointing a Board of Managers to replace the local elected Board of Trustees, and also precluding the state agency from removing current BISD superintendent Timothy Chargois and appointing a new interim superintendent.
A woman with a financial criminal history spanning three states and at least two decades will spend the next several years behind bars after she admitted to stealing from her comatose, common-law husband.
Jefferson County Criminal District Attorney, Cory Crenshaw, doesn’t have much time to make his impact on Jefferson County, but as the interim District Attorney just passed his 100th day in office, he says he’s well on his way to righting more than a few wrongs.
In a last-ditch attempt to thwart a Texas Education Agency takeover, the Beaumont Independent School District filed for a restraining order barring the state agency from intervening at the school district after state investigators identified multiple egregious “failures” on the part of the BISD Superintendent Timothy
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