Grapevine To Decide On Liquor Stores TuesdayOn November 8, voters in Grapevine will decided on whether or not to allow liquor stores.
Clerk Stabbed After Liquor Store RobberyThe employee ran into the parking lot and attempted to recover the stolen merchandise and that is when the man pulled out a knife and stabbed the employee.
Crews Battle Fire At Fort Worth Liquor StoreFirefighters battled a blaze at a Fort Worth liquor store early Tuesday morning. Crews said security bars on the front doors made it difficult to combat the flames.
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.
Liquor Stores Worry Walmart Will Put Them Out Of BusinessQwick Pick Liquor has been operating in Dallas for 20 years, but the owners are worried that competition from Walmart could put them out of business.
Car Driven Into Dallas Liquor StoreA Honda Accord was driven into a liquor store on Lower Greenville in Dallas, just after 12 a.m. Saturday.
Alcohol Proposition Passes With Overwhelming Support In ArlingtonArlington 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.
Surveillance Video Captures Liquor Store BurglarsDallas police are asking the public to help identify a group of suspects responsible for burglarizing a Dallas liquor store last month.
Fort Worth Liquor Store Owner Charged After Fire DeathsA North Texas liquor store owner has been charged with selling alcohol to a teenager who died later that night with five friends in a fire.
Southlake Voters To Consider Legalizing Hard Liquor SalesSouthlake voters will soon take up an ordinance aimed to legalize liquor stores inside city limits, which officials estimate could generate $100,000 each in tax revenue.
Lawmaker Wants Liquor Store "Blue Law" RepealedThere's talk of repealing one of Texas' last remaining blue laws – having liquor stores closed on Sundays. Tuesday a state Senate Committee is looking into whether that law should change.
Dallas Stays Wet While Court Fight ContinuesBusinesses in parts of Dallas that used to be 'dry' can still apply for permits to sell beer and wine.