When Texas Self-Checkouts Go Bad, Lawyers Say Avoid Them
The whole self-checkout push by big retailers like Walmart and Target has dissatisfied many customers. It is no coincidence that the first four letters of dissatisfied spell "diss". Now, they could be opening you up to shoplifting charges.
10 Ways To Lose Your Driver’s License in Texas
Texas doesn't have a certain number of points for running a red light or speeding like some states, but it does keep track of violations and assesses points, which are used to levy surcharges on drivers. Doing any of these ten things will cost you your Texas Driver's License.
Can A Texas Landlord Enter Your Property Whenever They Want?
Creative landlords can find any "emergencies" if they are motivated to snoop. I love the motion sensor and internet-enabled cameras I install around any rented unit. If the landlord comes in when I'm not there, I want to know why.
Cobra on the Loose in Texas — Could Cobras Survive here?
A year ago a cobra escaped from Grand Prairie Texas. It has never been found. Could a population of cobras live in Texas?
“Angel Shots” How Your Bartender Could Be Your Guardian Angel
It is not often that you think of a bartender as a lifesaver, let alone an angel. A new TikTok trend has given bartenders a tool to be that-- the "angel shot"
Shrinkflation…The Sneaky Trick Retailers Hope You Don’t Notice
Inflation means prices get bigger. Shrinkflation means sizes get smaller for the same price. Here are some items suffering shrinkage. What items have you noticed?
The “Do Not Flush” List Is No Laughing Matter
The "Do Not Flush" list sounds humorous, but it is deadly serious. Fatbergs are now an international sewer threat. What is on the list?
If Your Neighbor’s Cam Catches You Naked in Texas, Can They Legally Post the Video?
San Angelo has a high property crime rate, but a new survey finds many aren't just using their home security cameras to catch criminals.
Can You Be Arrested for Being Naked in Your Own Backyard in Texas?
It's tempting with this summer heat to take off all your clothes and let the occasional breeze cool you down. Is it legal even in your own backyard in Texas?