Massive Layoffs: 19 Companies Announced Layoffs That Are Taking Place This December in Texas
Texas is facing a major shift in its employment landscape this month, with a total of 3,615 workers facing layoffs across the state. Nineteen companies representing a diverse range of industries, including technology, healthcare, transportation, and energy, have filed Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) notices. Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) This wave of layoffs reflects the broad impact these changes are having on the Texas job market and underscores the challenges ahead for the affected employees and their respective industries.
From Boom to Exodus: The Complex Factors Leading to a Population Shift in Texas
The Lone Star State, Texas, known for its vast landscapes and dynamic culture, is experiencing a surprising trend – people are choosing to leave. This exodus is not random but a response to a variety of interconnected challenges that residents face in the state. Here's an in-depth look at the key reasons driving this shift.
Fire at Ridgecrest Apartments Claims One Life and Displaces Over 20 Residents
DENTON, TX - According to a press release issued by the City of Denton Fire Department on Sunday, December 3, 2023, in the early hours of this morning, tragedy unfolded at Ridgecrest Apartments in the 1200 block of Dallas Drive as a 2-alarm structure fire erupted, claiming the life of one individual and displacing over 20 residents.
(Opinion) Alabama Did Not Do Enough!
At the end of the SEC championship game, Coach Nick Saban of The Alabama Crimson Tide was asked if he thought his team had earned a berth in the College Football Playoff for a shot at the National Championship. His team had just beaten the previously undefeated and 2x defending national champion Georgia Bull Dogs. The coach said he would leave that for others to decide, but added "We did what we had to do."
Unfortunate Incidents Unfold in Houston: Teen Chase, HPD Sergeant’s Heroic Recovery
Houston, Texas, has recently been in the news due to a series of unfortunate events, including a high-speed teen chase that ended tragically, a Houston Police Department (HPD) sergeant’s heroic recovery after being shot, and a barbecue shooting followed by a brief police chase. In this blog post, we will delve into these incidents, providing a detailed overview of what happened and the current status of each case.
Del Rio Police Make Arrest in Vehicle Burglaries Investigation, Seeking Second Suspect
DEL RIO, TX - According to a press release issued by the Del Rio Police Department on Saturday, December 2, 2023, after diligent investigative efforts, the Del Rio Police Department has made a significant breakthrough in the case of multiple vehicle burglaries reported on November 1st, 2023.
Texas “Old Farmer’s Almanac” Advice for December 4-10, 2023
This post includes content written by AI. As we step into December, Texas gardeners can refer to The Old Farmer's Almanac for valuable insights. Vegetable Gardening: For those with a green thumb, the week is perfect for attending to your vegetable garden. The Almanac provides a comprehensive guide for vegetables, detailing when you should start seeds indoors and outdoors, necessary soil temperatures for germination, and the best times for fertilization and watering. For example, beans can be planted anytime after the last frost and require regular watering from the start of pod set. Carrots prefer planting in the fall for spring harvest and need watering only during dry conditions.
Texas man pleads guilty: False inspection records linked to New York train derailment
This article contains AI-assisted content. Brooklyn, New York - Stuart Conklin, 66, from Magnolia, Texas, and ex-Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) employee, pleaded guilty to falsifying a safety inspection report related to a 2019 train derailment. Charged in March 2021 and indicted in April 2022, Conklin admitted to violating federal railroad laws and is now facing up to two years in prison.
Thurber Cemetery - Mingus, Texas
Encompassing slightly more than nine acres, the Thurber Cemetery documents the multi-ethnic Thurber community. The graveyard was divided into three sections with separate entrances: Catholic, Protestant, and African American. There are more than 1,000 graves here, including almost 700 unmarked burials. The oldest tombstone is that of Eva Chapman, an infant who died in 1890. More than half the total graves are those of infants and children, a reflection of such epidemic diseases as scarlet fever, typhoid fever, diphtheria, and whooping cough. ( For more Follow me! YouTube and TikTok! Unknown Ventures )