It’s taken more than a decade, but Texas has established itself as a major hub for the video game industry. But how big a player can the state become?
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Sarah Silverman, Lizz Winstead, and several female comedians joined forces to raise money for women affected by Texas's recently instituted abortion restrictions.
As a California city sues America's most popular Sriracha manufacturer over "foul chili odor," one Texas city councilman offers possible salvation for the cultish condiment.
In 1997, Dallas businessman John Spano purchased the New York Islanders for $165 million. His ownership tenure would be unlike any other in professional sports history.
An exhibit opening next Tuesday include an aerial photograph detailing Oswald’s escape route and the 25-page Dallas Police Department inventory of items taken from Oswald after his arrest. But the centerpiece of show is something much more morbid.
Twelve years after a high school football injury left him paralyzed, San Marcos's Chris Canales and his father, Eddie, help out others in similar situations with their organization, Gridiron Heroes.
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