A judge has struck down an ordinance the Hill Country city of New Braunfels adopted that banned disposable food and beverage containers.
It’s been a deadly weekend on area lakes. Two people drowned in Lake Worth. Officials have confirmed that one person drowned in Lake Lewisville and the search continues for another man missing there.
DFW is crisscrossed with waterways just waiting for an onslaught of tubes, rafts, kayaks and even bikerafts. Here are some great places to jump in this summer.
A judge has ruled that tourism businesses and others can sue a Texas city over its ban of ban beer cans and other disposable containers on the Guadalupe and Comal rivers.
A single city ordinance on the popular Guadalupe River is stirring frustration and confusion. So, just to clear things up: Boozing while tubing is still legal. It’s a new ban on disposable beer containers that has many confused.
The question for voters is simple: ban the can, or can the ban?
Residents in New Braunfels will vote Tuesday on whether they want to ban disposable containers on their rivers, a proposal that has divided a town whose economy relies heavily on tourism.
A lack of rain has left some Texas rivers lower than usual and made floating along on inner tubes a challenge.