‘To protect his merchandise from all the wet customers’: Shop owner refuses to let customers inside while it’s raining
'We've got this great invention called [an] umbrella.'
On May 19, 2023 by Stacy Fernandez
Shawn Pardazi wows cops with his system for spotting lies—experts say taking his class makes them worse
Reviews are rave, but the science is questioned.
On May 10, 2023 by Michael Zhang
Hitler emojis and swastika tattoos: Texas shooter allegedly posted support for Nazis, white supremacy on social media
One post referred to Nazis as 'my kind of people.'
On May 8, 2023 by David Covucci
‘Fake news’: After Texas mass shooting, conservatives refuse to believe shooter held far-right views
It's all part of an attempt to deny the link between far-right extremism an violence.
On May 8, 2023 by Claire Goforth
‘This has changed my life’: Chuy’s customer shares kids’ meal hack
'The creamy jalapeño makes it all worth it.'
On May 2, 2023 by Phil West
‘Delusions of grandeur’: Businessman claims he cracked alleged serial killer case—he’s being accused of using murders to promote his app
‘The grift always shows itself.'
On May 2, 2023 by Tricia Crimmins
Fiery leap off building rattled workers a week before Indeed layoffs
'It was very sudden.'
On Apr 7, 2023 by Parks Kugle
‘This was still cheaper than going to the grocery store’: Customer shares Texas Roadhouse meal prep hack
'You get an insane amount of food.'
On Mar 26, 2023 by Alexandra Samuels
McLovin plays bass: The 20 best new artists and bands I watched at SXSW—with a playlist
Across Austin's premier dives, you can still discover great tunes for that work station playlist.
On Mar 20, 2023 by Ramon Ramirez
‘The medallions are 9oz and cheaper than an 8oz filet AND you get an extra side’: Texas Roadhouse cook says he’s out of medallions after money-saving hack goes viral
'I think this vid had the opposite effect you wanted.'
On Mar 16, 2023 by Braden Bjella
‘Karen thought she was gonna win but not today’: Woman tries to save parking space during Astros FanFest
'Not today lady.'
On Jan 25, 2023 by Cecilia Lenzen
Southwest’s history of lobbying against high-speed rail surfaces in wake of flight cancellation fiasco
'Nearly every flight that’s three hours or less is a transportation policy failure.'
On Dec 28, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
‘The fact that they accepted the party in the first place’: Restaurant assigns gay and Black employees to serve a Confederate party
'I'd quit on the spot.'
On Nov 24, 2022 by Braden Bjella
‘It’s life-changing’: Texas woman shares hack for $3 chicken salad from Whataburger
On Nov 17, 2022 by Melody Heald