Despite Damaging Storms, Insurance Spike Hits HomeownersIf you have not received the call or a letter, brace yourself. Insurance rates are likely going up after a year of damaging storms in North Texas.
Viral Video: Money Wins AwardsAdam takes on the Golden Globes, Emmy’s and Oscars. They’re all just a big racket.
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.
Solar-Powered Crossing Signs Part Of $1M School Safety MakeoverA dozen schools in Fort Worth will have upgraded school zone safety signs to start the new school year in a program that could quickly grow to impact a large number of the 200,000 students in the city.
Dallas To Prioritize Roads In BudgetDallas is aiming to fix many of the worst roads in the city, by making it a bigger priority in the budget.
Experts: Fort Worth Botanic Garden Needs $15M In UpdatesIn March, the City Council approved spending $97,925 on the study, some of that coming from donations. Public hearings have been conducted on the latest report, and it will be presented to the council in September.
Back To College; What To Buy And What To Skip!The countdown is on before parents send their kids off to college. Knowing what to send them with is an overwhelming task.
Two 1-Cent Coins From Early U.S. Sell For Combined $869,500Two rare one-cent coins from the earliest days of the U.S. Mint have sold for a pretty penny. The copper coins, both dating to 1792, went for a combined total of $869,500 at an auction held Wednesday.
Residents Heated Over Long Wait Times For AC RepairsAir conditioners are running on over drive as the summer days of triple heat continue. And despite most repairs starting at $300-$500, the high price tag doesn’t buy a quick repair either.
2 Early U.S. 1-Cent Coins Expected To Sell For $1MIf you see these pennies, pick them up. You'll have a whole lot more than good luck. Two rare American one-cent coins dating back to 1792 are anticipated to sell for nearly a million dollars at a public auction.
Grapevine Green Lights $330M Resort And Water ParkThe city of Grapevine has given the green light for a $330 million resort and water park.
Facebook Agrees To Refunds On In-App Purchases By MinorsCourt documents show Facebook has agreed to allow users to request refunds of in-app purchases made by minors as part of a settlement of a class-action lawsuit.

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