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Although most of us like to think of the Lone Star State as a place of Southern hospitality and general safety, Texas is not immune to the horrors of the...
Vicki Odom – Guest Contributor
Jan 1 2018
What if you didn’t have chocolate chip cookies, Dr. Pepper, corndogs or *gasp* Tex-Mex food or Whataburger? These are just some of the things that we take for...
Riley Heruska – BubbleLife Staff
Nov 17 2017
Bargain hunters across the country have been waiting to pounce on amazing deals as soon as Thanksgiving ends. Black Friday is known for its huge retail...
The holiday season is always a busy time of year. There are parties to plan, school plays to attend, charity events to volunteer at, and so much more. Here at...
This past Sunday, the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs became the tragic site of a horrific event. The church was devastated by a rifle-wielding...
Aid Puerto Rico Now sending more than 30,000 lbs of food and supplies with more planned to come While watching the constant torrent of news reports as Puerto...
Bring CHA-CHING! To Your Neighborhood Yearly, the AARP Foundation’s Tax-Aide group assists more than 50,000 elderly and low-to-moderate income taxpayers in...
School has started, and believe it not, cooler weather is on its way. Even we Texans will start to feel the effects of autumn sooner or later. With the new...
As most everyone already knows, one of the most powerful hurricanes in U.S. history has hit our home state. Thousands of people have been left stranded and are...
Houston-based policyholder law firm will provide free advice in the aftermath of ‘the storm of the century ’ Texas policyholder attorney Bill Voss , founder of...