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FBI Issues Warning Against Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Cards
Now that COVID-19 vaccines are widely available in the United States, fake vaccination cards have become a thing.
MSU Texas Planning for In-Person Learning for Fall 2021
Midwestern State University has announced that it will resume mostly normal operations for the upcoming Fall semester.
Of Course Steve Austin is Texas’ Pick as Greatest Wrestler of All-Time
And that’s the bottom line, ‘cuz Stone Cold said so.
WATCH: Texas Drive-Thru Worker Crawls Through Window and Attacks Customer
Things went sideways at a Chicken Express in the DFW area on Tuesday.
El Paso Man Runs from Cops, Gets Tased, Does Epic Faceplant
To quote the guy filming the video, “Don’t break the law fellas.”
Oklahoma Economy One of the Hardest Hit by COVID
When it comes to state economies hit the most by the COVID-19 pandemic, only Louisiana was hit harder than Oklahoma.
Bottoms Up – It’s National Beer Day!
Welcome to one of my favorite days of the year.
You Might Not Want to Laminate Your Vaccination Card
It’s tempting to laminate that vaccination card to help preserve it, just know that you might want to think twice before doing it.
Almost 40,000 Rangers Fans Gathered for the Home Opener
Looking for some sort of return to normalcy, a near-capacity crowd of 38,238 fans gathered for the Texas Rangers’ home opener at Globe Life Field yesterday.
Texas Ranked 8th Best State for Working from Home
How ironic is it that a state with fewer COVID-19 restrictions also happens to be one of the best in which to work from home?
Castaway Cove Waterpark to Hire 300 Employees
Here’s a great opportunity for high school and college students to gain some work experience and earn a little extra money over the summer.
CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Safely Travel Again
You can now add travel to the list of things vaccinated individuals can safely do again.