Mayor Beth Van Duyne

California’s McKesson Corporation Brings 1,000 New Jobs to Texas

San Francisco-based McKesson Corporation, the latest California company coming to the Lone Star State, plans to invest $157 million in a North Texas regional center. The move is part of an organizational consolidation and expansion plan expected to add nearly 1,000 new jobs. The Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) will kick in $9.75 million to the venture.

SAN FRANCISCO - JUNE 4: The McKesson corporate headquarters is seen June 4, 2003 in San Francisco, California. Charles McCall, the former Chairman of the Board of Directors of McKesson HBOC, and Jay Lapine, the former Corporate General Counsel of HBOC, were indicted yesterday by a federal grand jury in …

Exclusive: Embattled Texas Mayor Discusses Pro-Muslim Rallies, Security, and City’s Character

In a Breitbart Texas video interview, Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne discussed the upcoming protests, security concerns, and Irving’s character, a city maligned for its patriotism, and state and local pride. Pro-Muslim groups plan to rally on Saturday, December 12 at the Islamic Center of Irving, in the culturally diverse Dallas suburb of Irving, the controversial hotbed for protests and counter-protests.


Pro-Islamic Group Stages Counter-Protest to Support Texas Mosque

Nearly 100 demonstrators rallied in front of the Islamic Center in Irving, Texas on Saturday to counter-protest last week’s small gathering who protested armed yet peacefully in front of the mosque. This weekend’s event was positioned as a “rally of love” to support the mosque.