Are Texas Sellers Required to Disclose Bodies in the Yard?
There are cases where someone buys a property in Texas, only to discover there are bodies in the backyard. Older homesteads in Texas frequently had family burial plots on them. In many cases, those plots were never officially named a "cemetery".
Arctic Blast: How To Survive If the Texas Grid Goes Down Again
The first Arctic Express is coming. Beginning Thursday, the whole state of Texas is going to feel the chills, normally reserved for Amarillo and points north. Lows could reach 10 above in San Angelo. What will you do if the power grid fails this Winter?
How You Can Enjoy Snow Tubing Even If Winter Misses Texas
There are so many fun winter activities. Most of them require snow. Unfortunately, there is not one single ski resort in Texas. That doesn't mean you can't enjoy one of the most fun winter sports in the world-snow tubing.
Why You Need A Real Christmas Tree And Where To Find The Best
While it may seem bad for the environment to cut down a live Christmas tree for the holidays, the truth is quite different. According to Texas A&M Forest Service, Christmas trees are grown for an average of eight to ten years before being harvested and more than 350 million future Christmas trees are growing in the U.S. Since only a small fraction are cut down each year, these trees provide great benefits to the environment.
Texas Couple Discovers A Cavern in Their Backyard
I can only imagine the excitement one Medina County, Texas couple must have experienced when they discovered a cavern on their property. This is not just any cavern. It is described by spelunkers, or cave experts, as an "enormous cavern." Could this happen in San Angelo?
When Do Fall Colors Arrive in West Texas?
It's easy to believe that West Texas is less than spectacular when it comes to Fall colors. If you believe that, you don't know San Angelo.
How You Can Spend the Night in The “Hocus Pocus” House
Hocus Pocus 2 te is out this weekend on Disney+. Airbnb has your opportunity to spend the night in the Sanderson Sisters cottage in spooky Salem.
Why Are “In God We Trust” Signs Suddenly Popping Up in Texas Schools?
The First Day of School always brings a lot of "new" things. This year, there are a lot of new "In God We Trust" signs popping up in Texas schools. Why is this happening?
There Is A Form of Legal Marijuana in Texas, For Now
Marijuana is still illegal in Texas. A legal loophole, however, means there is a legal cannabis in Texas, for now. Find out what it is and what's going on here.
What Do You Do If You Dig Up Human Bones in Your Backyard in Texas?
Lost cemetaries, forgotten burials, ancient Native American burial sites. You never know when human bones might turn up in your backyard. Do this if it happens.
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.
Is It Illegal to Eat While Driving in Texas?
Is it against the law to eat while driving in Texas? Like all legal questions, the answer might not be as straightforward as you expect