Paul Gois who teaches license to carry classes as part of his business says he is starting to see people waiting to see what is going to happen with HB 1927. He expects the demand for those classes to slow down if it is passed because it would allow people to carry a gun without a license.
According to the National Chicken Council the demand for chicken, especially chicken wings is climbing. Sanderson Farms CFO Mike Cockrell says both East Texas Sanderson Farms plants are keeping up with demand and operating smoothly.
On Thursday, state Rep. Matt Schaefer, of Tyler, will be introducing a bill to the full Texas house. That bill would remove any license or permit requirements to carry a gun in most public spaces. One gun store owner Mack Woods is concerned about house bill 1927.
The First United Methodist Church in Mt. Enterprise was damaged significantly in last week’s tornado, making it unfit to hold service with just a few days before Easter. Another church down the road, Concord Methodist Church, will open its doors for First United Methodist's members for Easter Mass.
A homeowner in Athens, Texas recently discovered that his pond had turned milky white. The homeowner believes this is because someone dumped paint further upstream, making its way down into his property.
The backups stretched for miles. Drivers stranded for hours on interstate 20 due to icy conditions. For truckers who didn’t have to spend the night on the road on in their truck, they were lucky enough to find refuge at a truck stop some for days on in.
Many sports have been impacted across the country due to the pandemic. Some states are not even allowing high school sports to take place which in turn can impact college recruiting. Even in states like Texas, where sports are being played, recruiting is still greatly impacted because of COVID-19.