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State Comptroller Expecting Slow Growth Next Year

Texas has emerged from the Great Recession but economic growth will continue to be slow, in part because of hesitant consumers, the state comptroller’s top revenue estimator told lawmakers Wednesday.


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Study: Child Abuse Increases Tied To Bad Economy

A study published in the journal Pediatrics suggests the bad economy has ties to a rise in child abuse.


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Recruiters Giving Job Seekers Hope

Employment recruiters say business is heating up after a slow recessionary period that forced many employment firms to lay off employees.


State Of Colorado Sponsors Major Job Fair

Frisco Mom Feels Recession’s Punch

The recession has been particularly hard on American women, says a White House report released Thursday.


Rise In Domestic Violence

The recession may be behind a dramatic jump in calls to a north Texas program for victims of domestic violence.


North Texas Divorce Rate Up

 After several years on a downward trend, divorce is on its way back up in North Texas.


Warren Buffett: "We're Still in a Recession"

A leading economic research group has pronounced the U.S. officially emerged from the “great recession” more than a year ago, but billionaire investor Warren Buffett begs to differ.


In Case You Missed It… Tuesday, September 21st

Here’s what you missed Tuesday on the Jay Mcfarland show.


David Johnson CEO Spotlight

Dr. David Kelly, Economist and Chief Market Strategist , JP Morgan Funds discusses the possibility of a double dip recession and the impact of European financial woes on the US.