The candied drugs came in shapes of butterflies, flowers, bats and Star Wars characters.
The move comes as work begins in West on a memorial honoring the fifteen lives lost in the 2013 disaster.
Beyoncé may soon be bringing twins into this unworthy world, Lone Star businesses back NAFTA, and Texans weigh in on Trump in a new poll.
Plus: Cornyn focuses on Hillary Clinton’s emails during Jeff Session’s hearing, DPS decides not to cut back hours at driver’s license centers, and American Airlines scraps a plan that would’ve given you less legroom.
The NSA contractor accused of leaking a classified document has South Texas roots.
Plus: The Justice Department allows Baker Hughes to merge with General Electric, the Spurs have a new secondary logo, and Vince Young’s comeback campaign suffers a setback.
Plus: A bathroom bill could jeopardize Dallas’s candidacy for the 2018 NFL draft, the U.S.S. Gabrielle Giffords gets sent into service from Galveston, and alt-right protesters mobilize in Texas.
Plus: Houston considers joining the fight against SB 4, John Cornyn asks James Comey about Hillary Clinton’s emails, and a Harris County sheriff's deputy and her husband are charged with murder.
Plus: Dallas joins the fight against the sanctuary cities bill, Ken Paxton will get a new judge, and a bomb scare shakes downtown San Antonio.
Plus: It is no longer legal to text and drive in Texas, the alleged NSA leaker has South Texas roots, and get ready to greet your new conservative Californian neighbors.
Plus: Trump adds another Texan to his team, Texas coal country reacts to the nation’s exit from the Paris climate accord, and the State Fair concert lineup is here.
Plus: Racism at a Georgetown middle school, the red-hot Astros sweep the Rangers, and are we going to get a special session of the Lege, or what?
More bad news for the Secretary of State and his former company.
Plus: Texas reacts to Trump pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord, the case against a Fort Worth cop who shot a mentally ill man with a barbecue fork was dropped, and the Texas Parks Department starts a study to protect Balmorhea.
Texas-based oil companies told Trump they hoped to keep their seats at the table.
State Senator Carlos Uresti Pleads Not Guilty to All Thirteen Corruption Charges: Your Texas Roundup
Plus: Abbott signs on pension fixes for Houston and Dallas, some domestic violence victims in El Paso are too afraid of deportation to seek protection from their abusers, and the KKK recruits with flyers and candy in Texas City.
Plus: The state representative at the center of Monday’s Sine Die dust-up could be on the hot seat, the poorest Texans could lose billions in Medicaid coverage, and a tough review spurs more taco violence between Austin and Houston.
Plus: Abbott opens the door for Uber and Lyft, Facebook and Apple unite against discriminatory legislation in Texas, and a federal audit rips Texas’s foster care system.
Texas is the only state to have two Senators sign onto the controversial bill.
That’s not good for anyone.
Plus: Abbott gets tough on student-teacher relationships, men are upset after Alamo Drafthouse announced a women-only screening of 'Wonder Woman,' and a Texan catches a record-setting fish with a McDonald's chicken nugget as bait.
Plus: John Cornyn criticizes Trump’s border wall plan, Texas cities are once again among the fastest-growing in the nation, and the Alamo earns an unpleasant designation.
Some of the craziest headlines you might have missed over the past month.
Plus: The Senate threatens to kill the House’s bathroom bill, Trump’s budget sets aside money for a little bit of border wall, and Sid Miller has thoughts on barbecue.
Will they stay or will they go?
Plus: A different SCOTUS ruling could spell the end of an infamous East Texas patent court, the Spurs fall short, and a bunch of big-name Texas musicians pass away.
Plus: The Texas House kills a bill that would improve access to public records, UT lands a huge basketball prospect, and United Airlines has another Texas-connected scandal.
Plus: Baylor football gets hit with another Title IX lawsuit, a Houston Democrat calls for Trump's impeachment on the House floor in D.C., and yogurt defeats Alex Jones.
Plus: John Cornyn is staying put, video shows another Balch Springs Police Department use of force incident, and an Austin man sues his date for texting during a movie.
Plus: Dallas ISD officers handcuff a seven-year-old and body slam a girl in the same week, Coach Pop rips the Warriors for the play that injured Kawhi Leonard, and a jaguar breaks free and kills a monkey at a West Texas zoo.
Plus: Sandra Bland’s family is unhappy with a law passed in her name, Kawhi Leonard again goes down with an injury, and Austin becomes a little less weird.
Plus: A bunch of bills die in the Texas House, a Greg Abbott appointee resigns amid controversy, and a bone-munching deer in San Marcos has scientists stunned.
Plus: A chance to decriminalize marijuana may burn out in the Texas House, trouble with Whole Foods, and the Rockets hope to stay alive against the Spurs.
Plus: The bathroom bill circles the drain in the House, Houston gets recognized for its diversity, and Chicago dumps on San Antonio's River Walk.
Cruz and Cornyn spar with Sally Yates, an Islamaphobic former Texas mayor starts working in the Trump administration, and a drunk juror spoils a San Antonio murder trial.
Plus: A Texas cop is charged with murder, election day results roll in across the state, and hopefully this week is less violent than last week was.
More details emerge in the fatal police shooting of a Dallas-area teen, Texas officially calls for a convention of states, and big-name acts headline a popular Texas music festival.
Plus: Two tragic shootings in North Texas, the Spurs win game two against the Rockets but lose Tony Parker, and the West Campus stabbing scare that wasn’t.
Plus: More details are revealed about Monday’s stabbing at UT, Greg Abbott goes all-in on Texas-Israel relations, and two of Texas's interstate pro sports rivalries get chippy.
Plus: A protest at the Capitol against the anti-sanctuaries bill ends with arrests, more details on the fatal police shooting of a fifteen-year-old near Dallas, and Joaquin Castro decides not to run for Senate.
Plus: A cop shot and killed a fifteen-year-old kid near Dallas, George H.W. Bush is out of the hospital, and Buda holds its twentieth annual wiener dog race.
Plus: Exxon gets slammed with a huge fine for polluting the Texas air, Alex Jones loses his child custody battle, and the Rockets and Spurs head for an all-Texas showdown in the NBA playoffs.
Plus: Texas fights for access to an execution drug, Houston’s affordable housing agency hits rock bottom, and an Aggie is expected to be the top pick in Thursday night’s NFL Draft.
The oil giant’s request came as former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson is the sitting Secretary of State.
Plus: Ted Cruz wants to tap into the El Chapo fund to pay for a border wall, Uber wants its cars to take flight in North Texas, and President George H. W. Bush remains in the hospital.
The U.S. Attorney General’s comments last week infuriated community leaders in El Paso.
Plus: ICE raids round up 95 people in Houston, a grocery chain eyes Austin-based Whole Foods, and Alex Jones’s latest legal adversary is both delicious and protein-rich.
Plus: Fear of a Zika outbreak returns to the Texas border, the latest airplane controversy lands on a Texas-bound flight, and a state representative in Dallas starts a hunger strike in protest of anti-sanctuary city legislation.
More than 600 pounds of the synthetic drug was recovered in Houston, but it’s just a small dent in a statewide epidemic.
Plus: Texas oil and gas bounces back, Warren Buffett gets what Warren Buffett wants during a visit to the Capitol, and another battle takes shape at the Alamo.