U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died Saturday after a day of quail hunting at a luxury resort in West Texas, local media is reporting.
Scalia, 79, died of apparent natural causes at Cibolo Creek Ranch outside of Marfa, Texas.
A source told ABC-7 Scalia was not feeling well after dinner on Friday night. His body was found Saturday morning. An El Paso, Texas, priest has been called to Marfa.
Scalia, the longest serving justice on the Supreme Court, was appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1986.