A Canadian confectioner is hiring chocoholics and candy lovers to test treats for the sweet salary of $30 per hour.
American Airlines is launching a new delivery service that will bring a variety of premium wine offerings straight to your door.
Bob Evans is recalling thousands of pounds of sausage after receiving complaints about thin blue rubber in the products. The Ohio-based company said the impacted products were produced on Dec. 17.
Everyone who donated blood December 1 - January 10 had their name automatically put into a drawing for a car.
Members of the Dallas City Council want to know whether it’s legal to ban short-term rentals in some neighborhoods.
Some council members, as homeowners, want to know if it is legally possible to ban short-term rentals in single-family neighborhoods.
Nestlé Prepared Foods is recalling more than 762,000 pounds of pepperoni Hot Pockets, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said.
The Girl Scouts are teaming up with GrubHub in order to have their beloved cookies delivered right to your front door.
America’s oldest brewery, D.G. Yuengling & Son, announced its beer will soon be available in Texas.
The clock is ticking, as Texans have 90 days to get their vehicle registration renewed.
The Dallas location of Carlo’s Bakery, which became famous thanks to the TLC show Cake Boss, has closed.
The CDC announced that all international travelers, including U.S. citizens traveling from abroad, must test negative for COVID-19 before boarding a flight heading to America.
The reminder comes after politicians were heckled at airports.
Hyundai is adding about 471,000 SUVs to a September U.S. recall for an electrical short in a computer that could cause fires.
Chef Chris Vogeli from III Forks shares a soup to celebrate "National Soup Month".
The TAFB handed out groceries to some 3,000 people on Friday. It expects that number to grow as more and more people are losing their jobs.
Ensalada de Cilantro con Salmon by Cantina Laredo
A driver who reached speeds of up to 155 mph was arrested on Jan. 2 in Tempe, Arizona, says the Department of Public Safety.
The Texas Supreme Court conditionally granted Paxton's petition and directed the Third Court of Appeals to issue relief and block enforcement of the restrictions pending final resolution of the appeal.
The experience is built using hundreds of thousands of icicles hand-placed by professional ice artists.