Texas’ War on Craft Beer

Texas’ War on Craft Beer

Four years ago, the Texas Legislature took small steps in a Texas beer-brewing renaissance by lifting onerous regulations on small manufacturers and brewpubs. Texas’ craft beer industry has undoubtedly helped the State’s economy bring in billions of dollars since, and...

Uber and Lyft Return to Austin

Uber and Lyft Return to Austin

Nobody messes with Texas and wins, except maybe Uber and Lyft… After being gone for a little over a year, driving giants Uber and Lyft have finally made their return to the city of Austin. Following Governor Greg Abbott signing House Bill 100, which made cuts on the...

Tech Could Cut Down On Time Needed For DWI Stops In Travis County

Tech Could Cut Down On Time Needed For DWI Stops In Travis County

A new online reporting system is being tested in parts of Travis County, Leander and Liberty Hill. The Law Enforcement Advanced DWI/DUI Reporting System allows an officer in the field to send a DWI blood search warrant directly to a judge.The current setup requires a...

Austin Officer Fired for Being Intoxicated While Driving to Work

Austin Officer Fired for Being Intoxicated While Driving to Work

Officer Michael Cuellar was fired after it was learned he had failed a Intoxilyzer Operator test on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016. His supervisor at the time, Sergeant Steve Urias, was given a 60 day suspension for not reporting the incident for almost a year. Cuellar was...