Workers Won't ‘Automatically’ Be Pushed Off Unemployment If They Choose Not To Return To WorkTexas Workforce Commission Director Ed Serna said no one will “automatically be cut off” from benefits if they feel unsafe to return to work or cannot return because of a COVID-19 reason.
Removing Barriers: Texas SNAP Recipients Will Be Able To Buy Groceries Online During COVID-19 ResponseWalmart and Amazon are the first retailers to join the pilot in Texas, scheduled to start by May 18.
Unemployment Benefits: Frequently Asked QuestionsHere are some frequently asked questions about unemployment benefits including eligibility rules, benefit amounts, how to apply, and more.
Bonuses And Added Benefits For CVS Employees Working Through COVID-19 PandemicToday CVS Health announced they are doing what they can to assist employees working in essential roles as they continue to go to work.
Some Familiar Faces Among New Dallas Police Department RecruitsAmong hundreds of applicants looking to become Dallas police officers this year are a few familiar faces.
Social Security Benefits To Get Another Modest Boost In 2018Millions of Social Security recipients and other retirees can expect another small increase in benefits next year.
Arlington Could Be Losing Firefighters Over Benefits IssueThe Arlington Fire Department is seeing a mass exodus as firefighters battle the city to keep benefits they say they were promised many years ago.
Hearing Set In Wal-Mart Same-Sex Benefits SettlementA federal judge in Boston has scheduled a hearing in a class-action lawsuit by Wal-Mart employees who sued the retail chain for denying health benefits to their same-sex spouses.
Social Security Recipients To Get Tiny Increase In BenefitsMillions of Social Security recipients and federal retirees will get only tiny increases in benefits next year, the fifth year in a row that older Americans will have to settle for historically low raises.
Feds Appeal Texas Judge's Rule Change Blocking Gay-Couple's Medical Benefits The U.S. Justice Department is appealing a federal judge in Texas' temporarily blocking federal rules that would have expanded medical leave benefits to some gay couples.
Dallas City Council Approves Benefits To Same Sex Spouses Of City EmployeesThe Dallas City Council has voted to extend retirement benefits to the same sex spouses of city employees.
Businesses Promise Traffic Ticket Help, State Warns Buyer BewareNo one likes to get a traffic ticket, much less spend any time or money taking care of it. That's why there are new businesses popping up around the country that say they'll handle everything for you.
South Texas Ex-Marine Says VA Wrongly Classified Him As DeadA Houston-area veteran who as a Marine served two tours in Iraq has been trying to convince the Veterans Affairs Department that he's not dead.
North Texas Man In Battle Over Social Security CheckOne North Texas man wants local banking institutions and the Social Security Administration to review their polices concerning checks issued to the recently deceased.
City Of Dallas Mulls Same-Sex Marriage QuestionsCity staff clearly thinks same-sex marriage is coming in spite of a state constitutional amendment prohibiting it. Still, it was discussed as if it is the wave of the future before the Budget, Finance and Audit Committee..