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Texas Senator Speaks Out Against EPA In FlintTexas Senator John Cornyn has said that it "certainly appears that the EPA did not take action" or at least alert the public about lead contamination in Flint's water.
National Parks Has Billions In Backlog For Maintenance WorkThe National Park Service is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, but the system also has billions of dollars worth of projects for roads, buildings, campgrounds, trails and infrastructure to complete.
Former Hall Of Fame Track Star's Life Savings SwindledA Plano couple faces eviction from their assisted-living center, despite having saved a quarter of a million dollars for retirement.
North Texas Food Bank Receives $24,000 DonationPricewaterhouseCoopers teamed up with the North Texas Food Bank on Friday to help battle hunger in the DFW area. The foundation donated a $24,000 check to the food bank.
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?
Lotto Scam Alert Before And After First Billion Dollar JackpotEverybody wants a piece of the Powerball pie, and scammers are trying to cash in on that.
Do Office Pools Increase Your Chance Of Winning Powerball?Powerball is breaking every record as the jackpot climbs higher, and North Texans are starting to get together with coworkers, family, or friends to try and pool their luck.
Feds Arrest Former Brinks Manager They Say Stole $3.2MFederal authorities say they've arrested a former Brinks manager charged with stealing roughly $3.2 million from a Brinks facility on New Year's Day.
Powerball Jackpot Climbs To $675 MillionA lottery official said that the estimated prize for this weekend's Powerball drawing is the largest jackpot of any lottery game in U.S. history. Saturday's drawing will be worth about $675 million.
Retail Gasoline Prices In Texas, US Slip Penny This WeekRetail gasoline prices across Texas and nationwide have slipped a penny this week.
Mesquite To Take Action to Regulate Payday LendersThe Mesquite City Council may soon join other North Texas cities to regulate payday and title loans.
Walmart To Launch Own Mobile Pay SystemWalmart, the world's largest retailer, said that it is testing its own mobile payment system that will allow shoppers to pay with any major credit or debit card, or its own store gift card, through its app at the cash register.

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