Stimulus Check Update: Will Americans See More Financial Aid Before The Election?Time is running out on a stimulus package passing before the election, even as the need for another stimulus check and additional unemployment payments remains strong.
Dallas' Howdy Homemade Ice Cream Back In Business Thanks To $100K In Community DonationsEarlier this month, Howdy Homemade announced it was having to close due to lack of sales, but because of donations from the community, the owner said they're back in business.
BBQ Pit Brimming With Brisket, Terry Black’s Owner Optimistic About 75% Capacity RuleThe pit at Terry Black’s Barbecue in Deep Ellum is brimming with brisket, now cooked to order for 75% indoor capacity. And the diners are showing up.
Of The 63 Bed Bath & Beyond Stores Set To Close By The End Of The Year 4 Are In TexasBed Bath & Beyond is restructuring and closing more than one hundred stores. Today the company announced the first 63 locations that will close by the end of the year.
FedEx Set To Hire 1400 Seasonal Workers At Locations Across North TexasIn preparation for the upcoming holiday season, officials with FedEx say they plan to hire more than 1,400 workers at their facilities across North Texas.
Aerospace Supply Chain Management Company Moving From California To Fort Worth, Creating Up To 239 JobsA Texas Enterprise Fund grant of $1,826,400 has been extended to Wesco Aircraft Hardware Corp.
Fort Worth's BNSF Names Kathryn Farmer CEO, Making Her 1st Woman To Lead Major U.S. RailroadFort Worth-based BNSF's pick to be its next CEO -- Kathryn Farmer -- will be the first woman to lead a major North American railroad.
Drama Surrounding Texas AG Ken Paxton, City Of San Antonio And Barring Of Chick-Fil-A At Airport ContinuesThe back and forth between Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and the City of San Antonio over the barring of a Chick-fil-A restaurant inside the San Antonio International Airport continues.
As Online Shopping Surge Continues, Amazon Prepares To Make 100,000 New HiresAmazon says it will hire approximately 100,000 people, in Texas and across the country, to keep up with a surge of online orders.
JC Penney Landlords Close To Buying Retailer Out Of BankruptcyPenney’s lawyer Josh Sussberg announced the tentative pact, which will save roughly 70,000 jobs, during a brief hearing in bankruptcy court Wednesday.
Hundreds Of Collin County Small Businesses Impacted By Pandemic Apply For Newly Available GrantsThe Collin CARES Small Business Grant Program provides up to $25,000 for eligible companies where gross revenue losses were more than 15%, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
300 New Jobs Created In Mesquite As Pressure Washer, Generator Manufacturer ExpandsThe FNA Group is expanding to Mesquite with a new 400,000 square-foot manufacturing and distribution center at 1371 S. Town East Boulevard.
Hyundai, Kia Recall More Than Half A Million Vehicles For Leaks That Can Cause FiresKorean automakers Hyundai and Kia are recalling more than 591,000 vehicles in the U.S. to fix a brake fluid leak that could cause engine fires.
Old Navy Will Pay Employees To Work At Election Polls In NovemberOld Navy has announced it will pay its employees to work at the polls in November's presidential election.
Survey: Coronavirus Losses Double To $67 Million For Dallas Arts & Culture SectorA new survey shows the COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact on the nonprofit arts and cultural sector in the city of Dallas -- causing a running total of more than $67,770,000 in losses.