With a growing media storm surrounding “pink slime,” the closing of three production plants, including one in Texas, has been changed from “temporary” to “indefinite.” To show their support for the product Governor Perry has joined leaders from other states to tour a Beef Products plant in Nebraska.
A JetBlue captain who yelled about a bomb and urged passengers to pray on Flight 191 as it traveled over Texas has been suspended, the airline said Wednesday.
“Nobody knew what to do because he is the captain of the plane,” said passenger Don Davis. “You’re not just going to jump up and attack the captain.”
One witness says he started running up and down the aisle screaming.
A Florida man accused of interfering with a flight crew aboard a Southwest Airlines flight last fall has been ruled competent to stand trial.
Funeral services for an American missionary couple slain in Mexico are set for Wednesday morning at their home church in Lewisville.
Travelers in the Texas Panhandle were urged to stay off ice-packed roads Tuesday after 10 inches of snow covered parts of the region.
Construction workers excavating the site of a new facility at the Pantex Plant recently turned up something unexpected: a prehistoric pig.
A man was arrested Tuesday after his unruly behavior aboard a Southwest Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Kansas City compelled the flight crew to make an emergency landing in the Panhandle.
Two wildfires have destroyed at least 12 homes on the outskirts of the Panhandle city of Amarillo, Texas Forest Service officials said Monday.
The Texas Forest Service says wildfires so far this year have burned nearly 191,000 acres statewide.
As Regina Newby approached the kennel where her dogs had been staying, she realized that the building was burning.