Approved For COVID-19 Rent Assistance, Some Tenants Still May Not Get Financial Help"For landlords to turn away help that tenants have gone through a lot of hoops to try and provide to meet their obligations is really hard to understand.”
Pharmaceutical Company's $2,340 Price For Coronavirus Drug Draws CriticismThe maker of a drug shown to shorten recovery time for severely ill COVID-19 patients says it will charge $2,340 for a typical treatment course.
Insurance Is Key Factor In Dallas Businesses Recovering From Looting, VandalismHow businesses are going to recover from vandalism and looting last weekend in Dallas will depend on their insurance coverage.
'The Worst Situation': Hospitals, Health Care Sector Reel From COVID-19 DamageOne Dallas doctor saw patient visits plunge 85% after the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Former TDCJ Lieutenant Accused Of Cooking Up Raw Beef Insurance SchemeAuthorities are accusing a former Texas Department of Criminal Justice lieutenant of taking part in an undercooked scheme in which she claimed she was served raw hamburger meat at two different locations of a fast food chain.
Man Unable To Get His Truck After Fatal Crane Collapse To Finally Receive Insurance CheckA Dallas man who was unable to get his truck more than a month after a fatal crane collapse in Dallas will finally receive a check from his insurance company.
1 In 6 ER Visits Or Hospital Stays Trigger 'Surprise' Bill, Texas Governor Takes ActionRoughly one in every six times someone is taken to an emergency room or checks in to the hospital, the treatment is followed by a "surprise" medical bill, according to a study released Thursday. And depending on where you live, the odds can be much higher.
Higher Priced Shingles Could Save North Texas Homeowners Money In Long RunWhen it’s time to replace your roof, most contractors will quote you one price, the most affordable one, to get the job done.
Medicare Patients Face Surging Costs For Some Life-Saving DrugsAnalysis revealed that Medicare Part D co-insurance costs for specialty-tier drugs are 12 percent higher in 2019 than they were in 2016.
North Texas Officer Gives Toys To Children Of Single Mother He Pulled OverA North Texas police officer delivered a trunk-load of toys to the children of a single mother, who he pulled over.
Homeowners Affected By Ruptured Water Line Frustrated, Repairs Draining Their WalletsA Richardson water line that ruptured last week is up and running again, but the damage it caused remains.
Study: 'Medicare For All' Projected To Cost $32.6 TrillionSen. Bernie Sanders' "Medicare for all" plan would boost government health spending by $32.6 trillion in 10 years, requiring historic tax hikes.
Consumer Justice Helps Couple Fighting For Man's SightWhen this North Texan's insurance wouldn't help him pay for his much-needed medication, he called for Consumer Justice.
Schools Buying Insurance Against Mass Shootings On The RiseInterest in insurance coverage against such incidents is on the rise from both public and private schools.
How Homeowner's Insurance Costs Vary WildlyIf you live in Texas or Florida, the cost of homeowner's insurance is substantial, and the variation in premiums is massive.