Elsa residents discuss possibility of more game rooms during public meeting
Elsa residents made their voices heard Tuesday to speak out against the possibility of a new 8-liner game room in the city.
A former auto parts store is a cause for concern on the debate due to rumors that it will be converted into a game room.
The location is part of four proposed areas that could be annexed into the city. It currently sits behind Lyndon B. Johnson Elementary School
Some residents at the meeting said they don't see a problem with having game rooms around, while others say they can add problems to the city.
Watch the video above for the full story.
Abbott announces final extension of Emergency SNAP benefits
City of Roma’s finance director fired amid investigation into ‘possible discrepancies’ in...
Newly elected State Sen. Morgan LaMantia sworn into office
Can you catch a cold from not dressing warmly enough?
RGV Humane Society offering free adoptions of large dogs