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Report Litterbugs with the New ‘Don’t Mess With Texas’ Snitch Portal
TXDOT is introducing a new online submission form to help report littering across the Lone Star State.
Video: Lightning Strikes Ball in Mid Air at Topgolf San Antonio
This video demos why you don't want to be holding a golf club in the middle of a thunderstorm.
Gary Sinise Shows Love, Builds Home for Yet Another Texas Veteran
Marine Corps and Army veteran Cpt. J.J. Guerrero (Ret.) is the most recent Texan to be recognized by the Foundation for his 23 years of service and sacrafice.
Texas Motorist Runs Over Huge 300 Pound Alligator Overnight
Consider calling the authorities if you notice an Alligator consistently following a watercraft without submerging below the water. You should also call the authorities if you notice an Alligator who is not scared off by humans but instead is hanging around extra close to you or your family.
See Texas Veteran’s Jaw Dropping 35-Acre Bluebonnett Farm
After the lockdowns of 2020, Joe is thrilled to get visitors again. More come every year as more and more bluebonnets continue to show up each spring.
Largest Supermoon of 2021 Shines Tonight Over Texas
The first Super Moon in April is also called a "Pink Moon" as it usually occurs about the same time as the spring bloom.
Texas Lawmakers Considering a Digital Driver’s License
If House Bill 273 passes, they would start the program in early 2022 with a study to be turned in after the first 180 days of the pilot program for evaluation.
863 Acre Fire Burns at Big Bend National Park
The National Park Service reports that the fire is centered in "sky island" which is located in the Chisos Mountains.
Texas DPS Trooper Chad Walker Gives One Final Gift
The words “no longer displays signs of viable brain activity" hit hard indeed.
Unlimited Hugs Return to Texas Nursing Homes
Nursing Home residents who have been fully vaccinated may resume in-person visits as long as the facility they are staying in allows the process.
Texas Makes Vaccine Available to All Adults Beginning March 29
Texas will expand vaccinations state-wide beginning on March 29th, well ahead of the May 1st goal set for the Nation by Joe Biden.
Basket Breaks Loose From Crane, Two Texas Lineman Fall 100 Feet
One person is dead after a lineman's basket broke loose from a crane and tumbled 106 feet to the ground.