Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission
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.
Fort Worth police have implemented a written policy prohibiting “biased-based policing.”
An all-nude strip club has opened right outside Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, this despite protests from neighbors and city leaders.
Businesses in parts of Dallas that used to be ‘dry’ can still apply for permits to sell beer and wine.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is concerned about the lack of applications for temporary licenses to sell alcohol Super Bowl week.
One of the busiest airports in the world will soon be a neighbor to an upscale gentlemen’s club, but some prominent North Texans are trying to shut it down before it even opens.
The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is preparing to sift through a flood of applications to sell alcohol after Proposition 1 passed in Dallas Tuesday night. The proposition eliminates the city’s dry zones, most of which are currently in the southern sector, and allows any business to apply to sell alcohol.
Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway is making his way around Southern Dallas Tuesday, campaigning against Proposition One on Dallas County ballots, which would allow alcohol to be sold throughout the entire city.