Coronavirus: What To Do If Laid Off & Can't Pay BillsConsumer advocates suggest immediately informing lenders of a financial hardship due to COVID-19 before potential late fees kick in.
Heatwave Aftershock: Take Steps Now To Lower Next BillExperts advise working to conserve energy as a sure fire way to hold on to more cash.
Software Glitch Causes Water Bill Outrage In White SettlementA group of residents in White Settlement are expressing their frustration after receiving water bills from the city for hundreds of dollars more than what they have been used to paying.
Atmos Energy Will No Longer Estimate Winter Bills After Consumer Justice InvestigationThe CEO of Atmos Energy says the company will not estimate bills next winter, because it "didn't work" this past winter.
Your Money Is No Good Here! More Companies Going CashlessMany business owners would rather be cashless. Cash actually costs money — banks charge fees for cash deposits and to handle coins.
Texas Senate Aiming To Move Divisive Bills At Breakneck PaceThe Texas Senate staged a midnight floor session Thursday as conservatives who dominate the chamber rushed to revive abortion restrictions, school vouchers and a "bathroom bill" before opponents have time to mobilize against them.
Gov. Abbott Vetoes 50 Mostly Low-Profile BillsOne surprise was Abbott blocking a Republican-backed proposal that youngsters be instructed on how to avoid sexual abuse. 
Bills Would Offer State Facility Funding For Charter SchoolsBills in the Texas House and Senate would authorize state facilities funding for charter schools.
Jets Beat Bills 37-31 Behind Forte's 3-TD Night On Thursday Night FootballMatt Forte scored three touchdowns and Ryan Fitzpatrick finally solved Rex Ryan's defense, leading the New York Jets to a 37-31 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night.
TV Host John Oliver Buys, Forgives $15 Million In Texas Medical DebtSome 9,000 people stuck with delinquent medical bills had their debts forgiven courtesy of HBO host John Oliver.
Two-Thirds Of Americans Would Struggle To Cover $1,000 EmergencyIt's a sign that despite years of recovery from the Great Recession, Americans' financial condition remains as precarious as ever.