The Wichita, Kansas-based fast-casual chain announced an area development deal with Aaron Johnson for 25 restaurants in the Houston area. Earlier this year, the company announced a 25-unit agreement with Rusty Rathbun in Kansas.
In this week's Restaurant Roundup, more details have been revealed about the Bludorn team's next restaurant, Fogo de Chão and Kirby Ice House both opened their third Houston-area locations, and four Houston-area barbecue joints made a new national list.
Hurricane Ian is still some of the biggest news on the national radar for today's installment of 5 Things to Know. Also, we have a look at upcoming road work and tonight's gubernatorial debate.
The lawsuit is the first filed since the May 24 shooting at Robb Elementary.
Michelle Reynolds' car surfaced in New Orleans last week. 
Biotechnology company Direct Biologics Inc. has signed a letter of intent to merge with Good Works II Acquisition Corp. (Nasdaq: GWII), the second SPAC with a charitable component launched by Fred Zeidman and his team.
Should Vaalco and TransGlobe go forward with the deal, the combined firm will be an Africa-focused exploration and production company with assets in Egypt, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and Canada. On Sept. 26, Vaalco announced the government of Equatorial Guinea approved a plan for an offshore project.
Everyone has to come together to ensure Houston is up to the challenge of making sure its infrastructure keeps up with the region’s rapid growth. That was the main takeaway of the Greater Houston Partnership’s inaugural State of Infrastructure event Sep. 30 at the Omni Hotel in Uptown.
There's a new richest person in Houston, according to the latest Forbes 400 list. All 11 of the Houston-area billionaires on the list saw their 2022 net worth increase from last year, except for philanthropist John Arnold, who held steady at $3.3 billion.
The Louisiana-based energy giant's first-come, first-served discount comes as Texans' frustration with rising costs grows.