President Obama vowed to retaliate against Russia for its attempts to undermine the U.S. election through cyber attacks. He said the U.S. will act “at a time and place of our own choosing,” adding that, ‘some of it may be explicit and publicized; some of it may not be.’ The allegations of Russian interference were raised during the presidential campaign — But the issue re-erupted last week after President Obama ordered an intelligence review of malicious cyber activity in the last three presidential elections.
Bad weather means major airlines will let you change travel plans without fees Heavy snow and blizzard conditions have prompted all four of the largest airlines — American, Delta, Southwest and United — to allow fliers to change Friday and Saturday travel plans without fees.
Hawaiian Falls water park in Pflugerville will reopen in May under new ownership and with a new name. It will be called Typhoon Texas and will undergo a multi-million dollar makeover. The city of Pflugerville hopes to finalize the agreement with the new operator soon.
You may have heard about the school teacher in Killeen who had to take down Peanuts cartoon display with Linus and the bible verses about Jesus’ birth. Well attorney general Ken Paxton sued the district and now a state district judge has ordered the display to be put back up with the addition of the words “Ms. Shannon’s Holiday Message.”