Impaired Driver Pushes Into Jeep, Pedestrian Struck And Killed By CrashThe Challenger hit a Jeep Liberty, which was then pushed onto the shoulder from the force of the crash and struck a pedestrian.
Gov. Abbott Still Pushing For Permanent To-Go Alcohol Sales In TexasGovernor Greg Abbott is pushing for permanently allowing to-go alcohol in Texas, something initially brought about by shutdowns due to the coronavirus.
Major Airlines Bar In-Flight Alcohol Sales Due To CoronavirusA growing number of U.S. airlines -- including Fort Worth-based American Airlines and Dallas-based Southwest Airlines -- are temporarily suspending their in-flight alcohol service in a move to limit human interaction.
Woman Strikes Pedestrian But Keeps Driving; Arrested For Intoxication AssaultPolice have arrested Kimberly Swearington, 34, for Intoxication Assault after she allegedly ran over a pedestrian and didn't stop.
Pinkies Up! Southwest Airlines Extends Drink Coupons Expiration Through 2020After temporarily discontinuing inflight beverage and snack service in response to COVID-19 concerns, many Southwest Airlines customers were worried their drink coupons would expire before they had a chance to use them.
Austin Brewery Turns Into A Park So People Can Drink And Socially DistanceOn a typical weekend before the pandemic hit, about 2,000 people would flock to Jester King Brewery located on a scenic ranch on the outskirts of Austin.
Intoxicated Boyfriend Tracks Down Girlfriend Arrested For DWI, Ends Up In Jail Too An Arlington couple both ended up in jail for DWI charges in two separate cases just hours apart Thursday morning.
Despite Surge In Alcohol Sales, Some North Texas Distilleries Still Struggling To SurviveEven as alcohol sales surge, small North Texas distilleries are still struggling through the coronavirus-related shutdowns.
Show Of Solidarity: Texas Bar Trade Group Proposes 'Soft Launch' Closed To PublicThe goal is to implement the ten guidelines the Texas Bar and Nightclub Alliance has already issued to the government and prove their readiness to open.
While Picking Up Pieces After Coronavirus Shutdown, North Texas Restaurant Gets Slammed By TruckA Lake Worth restaurant already struggling due to the coronavirus shutdown is now picking up the pieces after a suspected drunk driver slammed into their building.
Owner, Armed Men Held After Bar Reopens Despite Texas' OrderA bar owner and armed protesters were arrested in western Texas after the bar reopened despite the governor's orders to remain closed as the state continues to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite COVID-19 Pandemic, Hand Sanitizer Is Still Considered Contraband In Texas PrisonsThe CDC lists it as one of the things most effective in the battle against COVID-19, but alcohol-based hand sanitizer is considered contraband in Texas jails and prisons.
Gov. Abbott On Alcohol-To-Go Continuing In Texas: 'We May Just Let This Keep On Going Forever'Alcohol-to-go could become a new standard in Texas even after nonessential businesses begin reopening Friday, according to Gov. Greg Abbott.
Coronavirus In Texas: Shiner Beer Donates Half A Million Dollars To Texas Restaurant Relief FundThe donation from the 111-year-old independent craft brewery comes as most restaurants and bars across Texas are closed or limited to take-out service.
Coronavirus In Texas: Balcones Distilling To Deliver 400 Gallons Of Sanitizer To Area PoliceWaco-based Balcones Distilling will deliver 400 gallons of sanitizer on April 14 to the Dallas Police Association, Plano Police Department and the Dallas Fire Fighters Association.