Texas Extends Emergency SNAP Benefits Through NovemberMore than $200 million in emergency Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) funds for Texas residents will be provided for November as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Emergency SNAP Benefits In Texas Extended Through OctoberNearly $200 million in emergency SNAP funds for Texas residents will be provided for October as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Up To $350M In Texas Women's Health Funds Restored By Trump AdministrationTexas can receive the money over the next five years while still excluding Planned Parenthood from a state program called Healthy Texas Women.
Texas Rangers Help Christmas Come Early For Area ChildrenThis year's Texas Rangers toy drive brought in nearly 17,000 toys for North Texas kids at Christmas.
Former NBA Player Jermaine O'Neal Takes Dallas Families On Christmas Shopping SpreeThere were smiles and laughs as grateful families browsed the aisles at an area target.
Atmos Offering $95K To Help Dallas Low Income Families, Disabled Customers Pay Their Gas BillsSharing the Warmth is a program that pulls together customer assistance funds through customer donations and contributions by Atmos Energy.
Justices Won't Hear States' Appeal Over Planned ParenthoodThe Supreme Court on Monday rejected appeals from Kansas and Louisiana in their effort to strip Medicaid money from Planned Parenthood.
Longtime TCU Employee Pleads Guilty To Federal Theft ChargeA longtime Texas Christian University employee has pleaded guilty to stealing $1,600 from an education program that helps high school students from low-income families.
HUD Proposal Could Raise Rents For Poor By 20-PercentThat rent increase is about six times greater than the growth in average hourly earnings, putting the poorest workers at an increased risk of homelessness.
Retailer + Cowboys Linebacker + YMCA = Thankful ChildrenFor the fourth year in a row JCPenney teamed up with the YMCA for their annual JCPenney Giving Spree.
Dangerous Living Conditions Force Apartment Residents OutAs many as 24 families have been removed from what officials with the City of Cedar Hill are calling "dangerous living conditions."