Rapper Travis Scott sued for inciting crowd at deadly Astroworld Festival

Texas 11/08/21, 17:17

A celebrity might have to answer for his controversial decision to invite a Houston crowd onto stage, on Nov. 5. Travis Scott has been sued for $1 million. Houston Astroworld Festivalgoer Kristian Paredes claims the rapper "incited the crowd" and both Live Nation Entertainment Inc. and Harris County Sports and Convention ...

Texas builds improvised border wall using surprising materials

Texas 11/04/21, 16:47

With strong criticism of the Biden administration, the Republican governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, vowed to solve the border crisis personally. After Biden suspended federal funding to build the wall on the border with Mexico, Abbott decided to use cargo containers to carry it out. Fox News reported that Abbott decided ...

Elon Musk plans to open the Texas Institute of Technology & Science

Texas 11/01/21, 02:21

Elon Musk, the South African-born billionaire and Tesla CEO, is considering establishing a new university called the "Texas Institute of Technology and Science."According to the New York Post, it's unclear how serious the billionaire is, especially considering Musk's reputation for joking about on Twitter.Musk, who is expanding his operations in ...

Tornadoes rip through Orange County, Texas, causing blinding explosions

Enviroment 10/28/21, 03:28

A tornado ripped through Orange, Texas, causing blinding booms and rendering motorists speechless. The twister passed in front of motorists throwing large debris about like it was confetti. Mary Phan said she was driving along the Interstate when she observed the twister. “It was much closer to me than the video is showing,” ...

Biden blames Mexico for border crisis refugee influx

Central America 10/26/21, 16:58

Joe Biden will delay complying with a court order until Mexico endorses the previous Trump administration's immigration policy. The Biden administration refuses to immediately act on a Supreme Court order to restart the "Remain in Mexico" policy in November. The federal government blames Mexican authorities for failing to agree with the ...

Judge allows Texas AG to access internal files from Big Tech

Texas 10/24/21, 20:50

U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman in Austin ruled on Friday, Oct. 22, that the Texas attorney general can go after Big Tech over potential infringement of the Lone Star State’s statute against political censorship, as Bloomberg reported. Judge Robert Pitman accepted that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton could access internal documents ...