Our personal technology commentator, Rick Miller, describes some new products that may bring clean drinking water to people around the world who desperately need it, including a "drinkable book" and the "Lifestraw."
Blacklands Cafe. Personal technology commentator Rick Miller is the guest. KETR, John Mark Dempsey.
Texas A&M University-Commerce economics professor Dr. Dale Funderburk says, while Texas' central geography played a role, the state's business climate had more to do with the move of Toyota's California headquarters to Plano, bringing 4,000 high-paying jobs.
In a continuation of our recent visit, Texas A&M University-Commerce athletic director Ryan Ivey says the new basketball/volleyball floor in the Field House is nearly finished, and will be ready for this weekend's commencement exercises. And Ryan shares more thoughts about the possibility that A&M-Commerce could move up to NCAA Division 1 someday.
Commerce Humane Association president Jody McIntier says pit bulls are loving and loyal dogs, but their powerful physiques and jaws make them more dangerous than other dogs. She says they are good family pets, but cautions against pit bulls as pets for families with small children.