Boehner has not specified which laws the suit will accuse the president of not enforcing, but he wrote in a memo to House members that Obama has "repeatedly run an end-around on the American people and their elected legislators" on issues "ranging from health care and energy to foreign policy and education."
He warns allowing the president's actions to continue may threaten the balance of power in the government.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says a taxpayer-funded lawsuit against Obama is a measure a majority of Americans would not support.
Boehner will bring a bill to the House floor in July authorizing the Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group and the House General Counsel to sue the president.
The Shamrock community is coming together to celebrate the return of injured volunteer firefighter James Moya.
Two teams of railroaders on the morning of June 28 left on trips that would end in twisted, burning wreckage near Panhandle - three people dead, one injured.
Lakes across the Panhandle are preparing for large crowds this Memorial weekend but one lake is offering a new event for visitors.
A new program called Revelation in Self Elevation, or RISE, is working to boost the chances for young men from the North Heights neighborhood to do well in areas such as school and work.
The Deaf Smith County Hospital District could refinance $23 million in debt to save almost $3 million in interest.