Tommy Tuberville Against 'Name, Image, Likeness' Compensation
The former Texas Tech coach told TMZ Sports he is against legislation that would allow college athletes to profit off of their 'Name, Image, Likeness' (NIL). Tuberville was elected to the U.S. Senate last year.
U.S. Senate Unanimously Passes Juneteenth Holiday Bill
The bill was authored by Texas U.S. Senator John Cornyn. It now moves to the U.S. House for consideration. Juneteenth would become the 11th annual federal holiday if the bill is signed into law.
Oklahoma Man Has Damaged Tree Carved Into Statue Of Liberty
Randy Murphy in Moore, Oklahoma, saw one of his trees severely damaged the storm, but had something better in mind than just having it removed.
A Lot of Texans Say Well Done Steak is a Relationship Deal Breaker
Order a steak cooked well done on the first date and you just might get ghosted.
Another Downtown Wichita Falls Building Being Demolished
Nothing lasts forever, and sometimes you have to make a mess before you can build back, but the demolition of the building at 713 Indiana Avenue has people talking.
Texas Bar Turning Into Moe’s Tavern, Nearby Restaurant Turning Into Krusty Burger
I must go to these places before they get rid of theme.
Study Says This is the Most Popular Cookout Food in Texas
While it doesn’t have to be warm outside for me to fire my grill up, I do tend to cook out more often this time of year.
Papa John’s Gives Texas Employee New Car After His Catches Fire
Word spread through the restaurant and the Papa John's chain and last Wednesday Keith Sullins, the company's president, gifted him with a new car.