Officers Find $200K In Car Abandoned At Texas ParkOfficers have found more than $200,000 hidden in the seats of a car that appeared to be abandoned at a Texas park, not far from the Mexican border.
US Says $400M Payment Was Contingent On Release Of PrisonersThe State Department says a $400 million cash payment to Iran was contingent on the release of American prisoners.
Rovi Buying TiVo In $1.1B Cash & Stock DealDigital TV listing company Rovi is buying TiVo in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $1.1 billion. Rovi Corp. said Friday that it will pay $10.70 in cash and stock for each TiVo Inc. share.
Cash-Strapped College Students In Need Of Free Food PantriesFor many cash-strapped college students, school is a daunting and overwhelming time.
Alleged Ringleader Seeks Bail In $4.8M Gold Truck HeistA bail hearing is set for the man accused of orchestrating the heist of $4.8 million in gold bars from a truck along Interstate 95.
Welcome To Texas: Inside The Money FactoryFort Worth may be "Where the West Begins," but the nation's capital can't do business without Cowtown. Have you ever noticed the letters "FW" on your dollar bills? Have you ever wondered what it means?
Man, Woman Arrested After $428K Found In CarA man and a woman were arrested after authorities seized about $428,000 in cash from a vehicle during a traffic stop in Schulenberg.
Thieves Use Chain To Rip ATM From FloorATM thieves are getting more creative in their attempts to steal the cash machines directly from a variety of stores.
Beware Of Imposter Uber DriversA warning tonight for people who use hi-tech ride sharing services, like Uber. Users are encountering some imposter drivers wanting to take advantage of the service’s popularity
Carrying Cash Considered PasséA recent study by the Federal Reserve found the higher a person's income, the less likely they are to use cash. And when people do, it's usually for something less than $10 such as food.
Arlington Man Sentenced To 6 Years For Passing Counterfeit CashA North Texas man who meticulously made and spent more than $400,000 in fake money has been sentenced to nearly six years in prison.
Study: Women More Impacted By Poverty In TexasA new study released today shows women in Texas are 1.2 percent more likely to live in poverty than a man, and generally makes $9,158 less per year than her male counterpart.