Denise Rodriguez, left, and Erica Martinez wait in a long line to purchase movies during the liquidation process of the last Blockbuster location in Texas Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018, in Edinburg, Texas. Martinez says she and Rodriguez still rented from the store because the internet in her part of Hidalgo County is not fast enough to stream movies online. The location was the last to remain open in the state of Texas, in which Blockbuster opened its' first store in Dallas in 1985.
Denise Rodriguez, left, and Erica Martinez wait in a long line to purchase movies during the liquidation process of the last Blockbuster location in Texas Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018, in Edinburg, Texas. Martinez says she and Rodriguez still rented from the store because the internet in her part of Hidalgo County is not fast enough to stream movies online. The location was the last to remain open in the state of Texas, in which Blockbuster opened its' first store in Dallas in 1985. Nathan Lambrecht The Monitor via AP
Denise Rodriguez, left, and Erica Martinez wait in a long line to purchase movies during the liquidation process of the last Blockbuster location in Texas Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018, in Edinburg, Texas. Martinez says she and Rodriguez still rented from the store because the internet in her part of Hidalgo County is not fast enough to stream movies online. The location was the last to remain open in the state of Texas, in which Blockbuster opened its' first store in Dallas in 1985. Nathan Lambrecht The Monitor via AP

Blockbuster’s last Texas store is closing. A handful remain, in just two other states

January 27, 2018 08:16 PM