Detroit has become the largest city in U.S. history to file for bankruptcy.
It’s an open house of a different kind today at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Visitors are being invited to come by and learn about the Federal Reserve, money and the economy.
For many people with student loans, July 1 brings a painful lesson. Interest rates on some student loans have now doubled, and it is up to lawmakers to hammer out a compromise and lower them again.
Get ready to dig a little deeper when you drive on a North Texas toll road. The North Texas Tollway Authority is instituting its biennial toll rate increase on July 1.
It seems Texans, like most citizens around the world, are moving toward becoming a cashless society.
The park and the Arts District have agreed on a partnership and a way to split revenue from a new property tax for a Public Improvement District, or PID. Park users think it’s necessary to retain the park’s attractiveness.
A Dallas County School Bus Driver is the target of an internal investigation after it was revealed that she was trying to collect money from students.
As recently as February, the Cowboys were $20 million over the NFL salary cap and existed in “Cap Hell.’’ A spring of financial tinkering has Dallas now $9.7 million under the cap.
The odds of a tornado hitting your home are extremely small. But, if it were to happen, you would need a place to stay safe. That has pushed many people into building storm shelters.
The government says Medicare’s giant hospital trust will not be exhausted until 2026, while the date that Social Security will exhaust its trust fund is unchanged at 2033.
Two state facilities face June deadlines to reform hazardous conditions or lose millions of dollars in Medicaid money.
A rare $10 bill from 1929 marked with the name of the Texas town of West fetched more than $4,800 at auction to benefit the families of victims of the deadly fertilizer plant explosion there.