Here's a “Major” hint. Houston and San Antonio were also Top 10 finishers in Payscale's Office Romance Survey.
Three Texas cities have a ton of 'em, according to an internet dating site.
Chubby? Single? Maybe you should try moving to Carrollton or Spring, as these suburbs of Dallas and Houston landed on a dating site's list of the "Top 10 Cities for Big & Beautiful Boomers."
Texas buys more beer than every state except for California, though we're only #8 per capita.
The Texas border city sneaks onto a list of consumer markets that buy the most "sweats and sweat items" each year.
McAllen and Brownsville occupy the no. 1 and 2 slots on a new list based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau's 2011 American Community Survey.
Playboy's annual list of "Top 10 Party Schools" is out, with SMU scoring number one for "Best Nightlife." Former champion UT is still in the top ten, along with TCU.
Wichita Falls, McAllen, and San Marcos also made the top ten of a report from the Council for Community and Economic Research.
Yes, according to Forbes' list of "America's Coolest Cities to Live."
Amarillo, Lubbock, and Corpus Christi landed on a list compiled by OurTime.com, a senior-focused dating site, that purports to rank where the country's "flirtiest" seniors live.
Does this collar make me look fat? A new study suggests that one in four dogs in Texas is obese.
The Fordham Institute singles out zip codes in Austin, Houston, and Dallas, but his criteria is limited and imprecise.
The city tops Forbes' annual list for the second year in a row, while Dallas, Houston, San Antonio all crack the top ten.
Lubbock tops a Chemistry.com survey of "The Top 10 Cities That Value Sex the Least" in a relationship.
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Three Texas metropolitan areas landed on Travel + Leisure's list of America's dirtiest cities.