Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Director Quits Under CriticismSherry Cook resigned after lawmakers sharply criticized her agency taking taxpayer-funded trips to Hawaii and San Diego.
Texas Alcohol Sting Found Most Sites Did Not Sell To MinorsTexas regulators say most businesses targeted in an undercover operation during spring break did not sell alcohol to minors.
TABC To Target Alcohol Retailers Over Spring BreakTexas regulators plan a more than two-week undercover effort to help stop alcohol sales to minors during spring break.
Spring Break UndercoverThe Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission announces its stateside 2016 Spring Break undercover operations.
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.
"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.
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.
North Texas Microbreweries Suing State Over SalesGary Humble has produced his beer for two years now.
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.
TABC To Target Retailers Selling To Minors During Undercover OperationThe Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission will be targeting retailers who sell to minors during a back-to-school undercover operation.
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.