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By: Yami Virgin
The owner of a local bar that has been closed for the last 6 months has been arrested.
Jaime Castro was arrested on Saturday morning during Area 31's re-opening.
According to a police report, Castro, the permit holder for the bar, was drunk at the location.
Texas law prohibits a permit holder to be drunk in their own establishment.
Since 2010, Area 31 has been fined more than $18,000 by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.
Fox San Antonio called T.A.B.C. for a comment, but our call was not returned.
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High winds derail 47 BNSF cars in Texas Panhandle
June 18, 2013 15:53 GMT
FRIONA, Texas (AP) -- A rail line in the Texas Panhandle has reopened after storms packing winds strong enough to form a tornado overturned more than 40 BNSF Railway cars.
BNSF spokesman Joe Faust said Tuesday that nobody was hurt in the derailment between Friona (free-OHN'-uh) and Summerfield.
Faust says 47 cars that were empty or carrying various freight derailed before dawn Monday. He says 42 cars ended up on their sides. No cargo spilled on the 71-car train traveling from Clovis, N.M., to Amarillo.
The National Weather Service in Lubbock estimates winds gusted up to 100 mph during the derailment. Forecaster John Lipe (lype) says sometimes the outflow from thunderstorms can produce such winds. EF1 tornadoes carry winds from 86 mph to 110 mph.
Fort Worth-based BNSF reopened the line around midnight Monday.
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