Government Shutdown Highlights Living Paycheck To Paycheck CrisisAs the partial government shutdown drags on, furloughed workers are facing the prospect of the first missed paycheck this year.
US Home Prices March Higher In May, Throttling SalesU.S home prices rose rapidly in May, a trend that is thwarting some would-be buyers and pulling down home sales.
Kroger's Hiring Spree Goes On, Another 11K Jobs This YearThe company said Tuesday that almost 2,000 of the jobs are management positions. It hired 12,000 people in 2016 and currently has nearly 500,000 employees and 2,800 grocery stores.
Top 5 Overlooked Tax DeductionsWith 70,000 pages of tax code, John Pollock, president of Financial Gravity, said it's easy to overlook potential deductions but said don't bank on the IRS to point them out if you miss them.
Construction Company Leaves Family Thousands In DamagesAn Argyl woman who dedicated her life to helping others says she’s the one who needs help now after a construction company left her with thousands of dollars in damage.
Texan Man Pleads Guilty In NY Bitcoin Securities Fraud CaseA Texas man has pleaded guilty to securities fraud in what federal authorities have described as the first bitcoin securities fraud case.
Steals & Deals: Aug. 27, 2014Packing school lunch and snacks without breaking the bank. Now, that's a win-win.
House Democrats Unveil Budget Plan With Tax Hikes House Democrats have unveiled their response to Rep. Paul Ryan's GOP budget, and it relies on a $1.5 trillion in new revenues over the coming 10 years.
University of North Texas Faces Budget ProblemThe University of North Texas is dealing with a multi-year budget problem.
Month-By-Month Financial Plan For 2014Financial expert Cathy Dewitt Dunn visits CBS 11 News at 4 to give tips to meet your financial goals for the new year.
Regulators Shut Down Bank Regulators have closed a small bank in The Woodlands, bringing the number of U.S. bank failures to 24 this year.
Leaders Say There Is Problem With Out-Of-State Apartment Owners