Highland Park ISD Asks Neighbors To Lend Teachers Their DrivewaysThe district came up with a controversial solution that involves asking residents to let a teacher borrow their driveway for the entire school year.
Couple's $1M Gift To Texas Gov. Abbott Follows National TrendA west Texas cattle rancher and his wife have donated $1 million to Gov. Greg Abbott, following a trend of seven-figure political donations across the U.S.
Visa Looking To Help Small Businesses Go CashlessVisa is looking to push more small businesses into updating their digital payment technology, offering up to $10,000 each to 50 U.S.-based small business owners that are committed to going cashless.
TD Bank Could Pay $9 Million To Coin-Counting Machine Users In Class-Action LawsuitTD Bank customers were allegedly shortchanged by nearly 1,200 "Penny Arcade" coin-counting machines up until 2016.
Frisco ISD Approves Athletics Fee To Close Budget ShortfallFrisco ISD approved a package of 60 proposals 6 to 1 to cut costs and raise revenues to help offset a $5.8 million hole in the budget created after voters rejected a tax increase last summer.
Fort Worth Offers Arena Bonds To ResidentsThe City of Fort Worth is giving residents a chance to invest in its future. Beginning on Monday, people can buy bonds in the city's new Dickies Arena, located near the Will Rogers Center.
Survey Says Economists Expect Slower U.S. GrowthForecasts for U.S. economic growth are coming in slightly lower after a weak first quarter, according to a survey of business economists released Monday. The survey is based on responses from 52 forecasters.
Dallas Residents Pack Town Hall To Talk About $800M BondDozens of Dallas residents packed Dallas City Council chambers on Monday night for a town hall-style meeting with leaders of a task force handling an $800 million dollar bond for 2017.
Volunteers "Stand To Honor" And Raise Money For Veteran's ChildrenPeople are standing for long hours to help raise money for the children of fallen veterans.
Emergency Supplies Available Tax-FreeIt is severe weather season across North Texas. That makes this weekend the perfect time to stock up on supplies that may be needed to weather any storm, and save money while you shop!
Some Texas Students Using 'Sugar Daddies' To Pay For College TuitionAccording to 'Seeking Arrangement' spokeswoman Brook Urick, over two million students are currently members of the site. Texas State University ranks 5th on the list of highest participating students, the University of Texas at Austin ranks 11th.
Bill To Help Police & Fire Pension Headed To Texas HouseA state House committee unanimously approved a bill designed to help the troubled Dallas Police & Fire Pension Fund. It now heads to the full House for a vote. But other funding options are still on the table.

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