Vetro Glassblowing Keeps Tradition AliveThe art of glassblowing is centuries old, but is more popular than ever these days. A Grapevine shop is keeping that tradition alive this holiday season. JD Ryan is Around Town.
Company Recalling Certain Emerald Roasted & Salted CashewsThe makers of Emerald Nuts, Snyder's-Lance, Inc., has issued a voluntary recall for some specific 100 calorie pack items.
Gorilla Glass From Phones Coming Soon To CarsThe thin, lightweight glass on your smartphone could soon be found on your car. Gorilla Glass is used for the screens on billions of mobile phones. Now, car makers are using an automotive version to help shave weight off their vehicles.
Video: Man Escapes Falling Glass PanelA surveillance video shows a man walking down a sidewalk, and then BAM! A glass panel falls off a high-rise, hits him and shatters all over the pavement.
Exploding Shower Doors A Problem In Texas & NationwideImagine taking a shower and your glass door explodes, shattering into tiny pieces, and trapping you inside. It happened to a 12-year-old Dallas boy and his experience isn't unique.
AT&T Stadium Gets 'Sky Mirror' ArtworkThe wife of Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones waited five years for a piece of art big enough to hold its own outside the team's mammoth $1.2 billion stadium.
Lean Cuisine Ravioli Recalled For Glass ShardsNestle Prepared Foods is recalling some boxes of frozen Lean Cuisine ravioli due to possible glass shards in the products.
Shattering Shower DoorsImagine standing inside your shower. You hear a loud noise. Glass flies all over the room.
Glass Patio Tables Explode Without WarningGlass-topped patio tables are shattering into thousands of pieces, and federal records show it’s been happening since at least 2004.
Spurs' Parker Sues NYC Club Over Eye InjuryThe suit was filed in State Supreme Court in Manhattan on Thursday. It says the W.i.P club in SoHo and its operators were negligent in security and supervision, which allowed the fight to take place.
Texas Company Has Many Uses For Recycled GlassRecycled glass is a nightmare -- it's heavy, breakable and not very valuable. But a company in Texas has found a way to make good use of recycled glass.