Authorities Destroy 500 Bottles Of Fake Wine In AustinUnited States Marshals destroyed 500 bottles of fake wine out of 5,200 seized in Austin today.
TABC Regulators Warning Against Extortion ScamInvestigators with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission along with the U.S. Postal Inspector are working to identify the culprits behind a suspected extortion scam involving several TABC-licensed businesses.
Parker Co. Woman Arrested For Giving Pot And Beer To MinorsThe Special Crimes Unit identified eight children between 12 and 14 years old who attended the party.
"Starbucks Evenings" Means Wine & Beer At North Texas LocationsNorth Texans looking for something a little harder to drink than coffee and tea can still turn to Starbucks. There are now three DFW locations offering wine, beer and savory dishes.
Most Texas Alcohol Sellers Obey LawsRegulators said that a sting found that about 91 percent of alcohol locations obeyed beverage laws.
Neighbors Fight To Keep Upscale Restaurant Away From Katy TrailThe owner says their concerns are overblown.
Mesquite Rodeo Brawlers Evade Arrest On Horseback, Then ArrestedTwo men evaded arrest on horseback Monday night in Mesquite, but were later arrested.
TABC Conducts Nearly 15,000 Undercover StingsA push by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission for more undercover operations has led to citations for nearly 1,600 violations.
TABC Targets Illegal Sales In College TownsThe Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission will target communities with major colleges and universities in a crackdown on illegal alcohol sales to underage drinkers.
Using Coupons To Save On Beer & Wine? It Could Happen! MaybeDon't rush to your computer or Sunday newspaper just yet, but there could, possibly, be a time when Texans are gathering up their coupons for beer and wine just like they do now for diapers, detergent and breakfast cereal.
Push To Expand Frisco Liquor Laws Looks To May, Not NovemberActivists wanting to bring package stores to Frisco say voters will decide the issue, but not as soon as they had first hoped.
Alcohol Sales Now Allowed At Longhorns Football GamesThe University of Texas will start selling beer and wine to fans at home football games beginning this fall.