North Texas Bars File $1M Lawsuit Against Gov. Greg AbbottA group of bar owners in Dallas, Terrell and Austin filed a $1 million lawsuit this week after Gov. Greg Abbott ordered bars to close June 26.
Gov. Greg Abbott's Order To Close Bars 'Inadvertently' Shut Down 1,500 Texas RestaurantsAccording to the Texas Restaurant Association, the closure of these restaurants has put 35,000 employees out of work.
Some North Texas Bars Paying Price For Ignoring Capacity Regulations During PandemicTABC launched Operation Safe Open and found 17 bars across the state violated COVID-19 regulations that limit them to only 50% capacity.
2 More North Texas Bars Get Alcohol Permits Suspended After Undercover Inspections On COVID-19 ProtocolsTwo more North Texas bars had their alcohol permits suspended by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission after undercover inspections on COVID-19 protocols.
Dallas Bar's Alcohol Permit Suspended After Inspection On COVID-19 Protocols: 'No Tolerance For Breaking The Rules'A Dallas bar's alcohol permit was suspended by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission after an inspection on COVID-19 protocols.
Governor Abbott Allows Restaurants To Deliver Alcohol With Food Purchases During Coronavirus OutbreakRestaurants with a mixed beverage permit may sell beer, wine, or mixed drinks for delivery as long as they are accompanied by food purchased from the restaurant.
Austin Bartender Arrested For Overserving Driver Before Deadly DWI CrashRafael Medina, 31, was arrested by TABC agents on Tuesday, March 10 and charged with selling alcoholic beverages to an intoxicated person.
New TABC Permit Allows Drivers To Deliver Alcohol To Texans' DoorstepsThe state Alcoholic Beverage Commission is now issuing permits allowing drivers for third-party companies to deliver booze directly to Texans door.
Officials: Human Traffickers Forced Women To Have Sex And Sling Drinks Behind BarMargarita “Rita” Martinez, 61, and her son, Genaro Fuentes, 36, were arrested by TABC agents July 31.
Texas Governor To Sign "Beer-To-Go" Bill Into Law This WeekendThis weekend Governor Greg Abbott is holding a bill signing ceremony making beer-to-go sales legal in Texas.
Fort Worth Fighting To Keep Bikes And Beer SeparateA city council member has filed a protest with the state over an alcohol permit application from a motorcycle repair business.
Plano Bar Gives Up Liquor License In Wake Of TABC Report After Deadly Mass ShootingThe Local Public House allegedly served a highly-intoxicated Spencer Hight and ignored threats of violence and the brandishing of weapons before he left to kill his estranged wife and others.
Bar Sued For Role In Mass Shooting At Plano HomeA lawsuit and Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission report released Thursday accuses a Plano bar for its involvement in last September's deadly mass shooting at a Plano home during a Dallas Cowboys game watch party.
Texas Agency Overrides Judge Due To Outdated Alcohol RulesThe agency regulating Texas' alcohol industry reversed a judge's advisory decision that it said could have shuttered most of the state's booze business.
Texas Liquor Stores To Appeal Walmart Booze Sales RulingThe retailer sued the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, accusing the state’s liquor laws of unfairly discrimination against out of state companies.