An unpleasant incident occurred before a red-eye aircraft operated by United Airlines to Houston in which a passenger was requested to vacate a first-class seat that was not even registered to him. The passenger in question became irritated after being […]
The Texas House Elections Committee passed a bill Monday that would force Harris County to eliminate the person in charge of running elections. Senate Bill 1750 would eliminate the job of county elections supervisor in Harris County. Instead, the county
According to the paperwork submitted to the court, the case titled “Robin Monroe v. City of Kerrville, Texas,” which was initially filed in March 2022, has been thrown out of court. Because Monroe had not taken any action regarding the
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in Texas announced that Francisco Oropesa, the subject of a critical manhunt and the suspect in the de@ths of five persons, had been apprehended. Without incident, Oropesa was apprehended in Montgomery County on Tuesday night.
After what seemed to be many punches to a flight attendant, an irate passenger on a United Airlines flight had to be detained by his fellow passengers before the flight could continue. On May 1, shortly after midnight, Naya Jimenez
Many think of the Lomax family as the royal family of music history and folklorists. Their work goes back four generations, to when John Avery Lomax taped traditional cowboy songs and pushed for them to be included in folk music.
Education leaders in 60 cities in Texas, including Dallas, asked for more of the state’s $32 billion reserve to boost what they say are low school budgets. They said that Texas schools are $7 billion short of their needs. The
A problem with insurance that started in Florida and spread to Louisiana has now reached Texas. More and more coastal homeowners have to buy policies from the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (TWIA), which is a state-run insurance scheme because it’s
What one group calls keeping kids from seeing offensive things is what another group calls control. On February 28, the League City City Council passed an ordinance that makes a new committee reviewing books people flag as possibly harmful or
Cynthia Velazquez waits for her child outside Central Middle School. Velazquez said the school has changed since she graduated from the Galveston Independent School District, but her child’s decades-old structure needs further changes. I attended. “I went to all the