Texas-based Airlines Bleeding Red Ink, Slashing Jobs

Battered by the impact on travel during the pandemic, the airline industry has begun shedding jobs, booking full capacity flights and negotiating...

Permian Highway Pipeline going forward, despite residents concerns

After a year of protests, town meetings and news story after news story, crews are about to break ground on the Permian...

Texas Hotel Sues Over Local Order to Close

Nearly every sector of the American economy has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, however, few among them have been devastated like...

Texas Railroad Commission Hears Arguments for and Against Cutting Oil Production

The eyes of the world are on Texas today as the Texas Railroad Commission, the state agency responsible for regulating the oil...

Unemployment Claims Remain High, but Number of First-Time Filers Falls

About 51,400 Texans filed for unemployment assistance last week, marking three weeks in a row of significant declines in first-time claims. Since...

Texas Grocery Stores Rationing Meat

Meat lovers could be left wanting as the price of beef rises and supplies decrease due to the coronavirus pandemic and associated...

Texas AG Accuses U.S.’ Largest Egg Producer of Price Gouging

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed a lawsuit against Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. for alleged price-gouging during the COVID-19 pandemic. The suit...

Forecast for Texas Economy Tied to Virus Uncertainty

After the majority of 2020, so far, has been spent in quarantine and statewide shutdowns, Texans should prepare themselves for a difficult...

Texas High Speed Rail Wins in Court; SpaceX Passes Test

While the rest of us focus on fighting the pandemic, two Texas innovation projects are quietly and diligently moving full steam ahead.
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TikTok Headquarters, 25,000 Jobs May be Headed to Texas

President Donald Trump says TikTok’s new headquarters are likely to be based in Texas. The president has approved the “concept” of a...

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