Police Arrest Garland Convenience Store Murder Suspect Luis EspinozaPolice believe he killed a 30-year-old Garland convenience store clerk last month and he was considered armed and dangerous. Today Luis Espinoza is in police custody.
Luis Alejandro Espinoza Wanted In Garland Convenience Store Murder; Considered Armed And DangerousLuis Alejandro Espinoza, 18, is one of the two men Garland Police said robbed a convenience store and killed a clerk on Saturday, May 22.
Buc-ee's Opens First Store Outside TexasA company known for its massive convenience stores has come to Alabama to open its first location outside of Texas.
Construction To Begin Soon On Next North Texas Buc-ee'sThe travel center coming to Ennis off I-45 is set to open in May 2020.
North Texas Convenience Store Clerk Shot During Struggle With Robbery SuspectA robbery, struggle and shooting happened at a Haltom City convenience store around 3:50 p.m. Thursday.
Woman Blows Up 7-Eleven Microwave With Urine SampleA woman has been cited by police after a container of what appeared to be urine blew up as she was heating it in a microwave at a 7-Eleven.
Authorities Say $500K Of Pot Found In Sleeping Woman's CarAuthorities say a woman was arrested after an estimated $500,000 worth of marijuana was found in her car at a convenience store.
Pair Tries And Fails To Steal ATMs"They're not very good at what they do," said one convenience store owner.
Sunoco Is Selling Most Convenience Stores To 7-ElevenSunoco is selling most of its convenience stores to 7-Eleven in a deal valued at $3.3 billion as it looks to focus more on its fuel supply business.
Coffee And A Slice? 7-Eleven Launches Breakfast Pizza!7-Eleven is offering a breakfast pizza. The convenience store chain says that it combines the convenience of eating leftover pizza for the first meal of the day with traditional breakfast foods.
San Antonio Store Where Police Called 600 Times To CloseA convenience store where San Antonio police have been called more than 600 times to respond to criminal activity is closing after the city threatened store owners with a lawsuit under the state's nuisance code.