Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission
Texas could start allowing alcohol sales at gun shows provided they don’t allow live ammunition or let buyers take possession of their weapons at the events.
A Texas agency wants to allow alcohol sales at gun shows that meet certain requirements, including not allowing live ammunition.
Orchestrated, videotaped, and primed to be provocative — open carry demonstrations in restaurants have become increasingly common. Critics say customers’ growing discomfort with the armed patrons have forced corporations to take action.
Open carry gun groups are changing tactics after metaphorically shooting themselves in the foot. A letter is asking members not to take long guns into corporate businesses anymore — unless they are invited.
A Texas gun rights group is considering some changes after causing a national uproar at Chipotle when they walked in armed with assault rifles.
Investigators have found evidence that workers at a Dallas nightclub may have been negligent when they continued to sell alcohol to former Dallas Cowboys player Josh Brent on the night he later crashed his car, killing fellow teammate Jerry Brown Jr.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission has launched an investigation into a Dallas nightclub where Jerry Brown and his teammate, Cowboys nose tackle, Josh Brent, partied on Friday night. Brent admitted to police he had been drinking before the deadly crash that killed Brown early Saturday morning.
A 24-year-old from Venus sits in an Ellis County jail, charged with killing a police officer while drunk Saturday night.
Nearly three years after a police raid at a Fort Worth gay bar, a new documentary is bringing the incident back into the spotlight.
Elena Lopez is grieving over the loss of her daughter Jeanette. “Without God, I don’t think I could have made it these last few days,” Lopez said with tears in her eyes.
A 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.
On top of mourning the loss of a loved one, six families struggled for days with a lack of information pertaining to a fatal fire that likely took the life of their son or daughter.