Arlington voters are cheering to cocktails. A proposition that would allow hard liquor sales in the city for the first time passed on Tuesday night with overwhelming support.
The Texas Rangers want to change where people buy and drink beer, wine and liquor at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, and they’ll ask voters and The State of Texas to help them do it.
The state of Texas has a warning for students trying to buy alcohol while on Spring Break this week. Officials with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission are planning to conduct a minimum of 600 undercover stings.
The President of the Frisco Chamber of Commerce hopes alcohol rules that govern the norther part of the city change during the upcoming November election.
The city has a 60-40 rule that bans restaurants from making more than 40% of their revenue from alcohol sales.