Why these Elite Lone Star State Cities are Right for Your Business
Texas - When it comes to site selection, there are a lot of big choices to be made. From locating a city with a business-friendly environment to selecting the perfect site to build your business, it can be hard to find a place that has everything you need if you go it alone.
9 New Gun Laws Now In Effect In Texas; Some In Response To Church And Mass Shootings
Dallas, TX - Nine new gun laws went into effect in Texas on Sunday, one day after a gunman went on a shooting rampage in Odessa and Midland killing seven people and just weeks after 22 people were killed when a gunman opened fire inside a Walmart in El Paso.
Our view: Ending robocalls will give Texans back their phones
Austin, TX - It has become a recurring annoyance in the lives of Texans almost every day – receiving multiple automated calls, also known as robocalls, hawking everything from automobile warranties to student loan relief. In many cases, the calls appear to be coming from local numbers.
Police chief: 5 dead, more than 20 injured in West Texas mass shooting
Odessa, TX - At least five people were dead after a gunman who hijacked a postal service vehicle in West Texas shot more than 20 people, authorities said Saturday. The gunman was killed and three law enforcement officers were among the injured.
Texas Sales Tax Holiday - Aug. 9 - 11, 2019
Texas - During this annual sales tax holiday, you can buy most clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks (sold for less than $100) tax free from a Texas store or from an online or catalog seller doing business in Texas.
Massacre suspect with Collin County ties charged with capital murder after 20 slain at El Paso Walmart
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El Paso, TX - At least 20 people were shot and killed and 26 more were wounded Saturday morning when a gunman opened fire in an El Paso Walmart packed with back-to-school shoppers.
Leander Wants Residents' Help In Finding New City Manager
Leander, TX - Leander City Council members seek input from the public in selecting new manager. Leander City Council members on May 20 voted to remove Kent Cagle as the city manager following a closed-door discussion during a special meeting.
Video of Woman Licking Blue Bell Ice Cream Linked to Store in Texas
Lufkin, TX - A viral video of a woman opening a container of Blue Bell, licking the ice cream and placing the container back in the freezer has been linked to a Walmart in Lufkin, Texas Blue Bell says.
Stealing packages could result in jail time in Texas after Gov. Greg Abbott signs bill
Austin, TX - United States Postal Service letter carrier Homer Hernandez has delivered mail in the San Antonio area for over 15 years. And in that time, he’s seen more items get stolen from households’ mailboxes and porches than he can count.
Hemp bill becomes law in Texas. So, are CBD products finally legal?
Austin, TX - Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has signed into law a bill that lets Texas farmers grow hemp — and allows the sale of products such as CBD oil. Supporters and those who sell the products say the new law makes clear that it’s legal to sell hemp products in Texas,