Ones For Real Estate: Home Improvement Projects Going StrongWhile the buying and selling frenzy has cooled off in North Texas real estate, home improvement projects are still going strong.
At Least 6 Dallas Police Officers Under Investigation For Alleged Pyramid SchemeCBS 11 News has confirmed at least six but likely more than a dozen Dallas Police officers are off the streets and being investigated for a crime
Dallas ISD Offers $500 Bonus To Staff With Proof Of COVID-19 VaccinationDallas ISD is offering a one-time incentive of $500 to district employees who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Trucker Shortage Causes Concern Over Gas SupplyThe pandemic has left the truck driving business bare, which in turn is causing concern that as things return to normal, the supply chain industry may take a hit.
Restaurants Turn To $28B Federal Relief Fund After PPP Ran Out Of MoneyAn estimated one out of every six restaurants have closed for good since the start of the pandemic. Even more owners say they won’t make it another year without help.
Tax Service Company Says IRS Will Reissue Stimulus Checks Sent To Wrong Bank AccountsAfter the IRS sent millions of stimulus payments to the wrong bank accounts, tax preparation companies said they’ve worked with the IRS to fix the error.
'Economic Lifeline To Small Businesses,' Next Round Of PPP Loans On Their WayFor countless small business owners, their families and their employees, help is finally on the way—just in time for 2021.
'There's Always A Need,' State Fair Of Texas Awards $500K+ To South Dallas NonprofitsThe State Fair of Texas announced it awarded more than $528,000 in grants and sponsorships to 59 organizations in the Southern Sector of Dallas this year.
Grapevine Father Goes 'Santa Crazy' For Kids In Need, Raises More Than $11K+ For CharityA Grapevine father is raising thousands of dollars this Christmas season, using Santa decorations -- and lots of them -- to grab people's attention.
Duncanville ISD Gifts Workers $2K For Their 'Dedication During The Pandemic'Duncanville ISD wants its workers to know they're appreciated, and is sending each one a check for $2,000 so they know.
Unemployed Texans Must Once Again Search For Work To Keep Benefits For most receiving unemployment benefits, this means recipients will need to prove they’ve done at least three job searches per week in order to remain eligible for benefits.
TWC Identifies, Locks More Than 4,500 Fraudulent Unemployment Claims With Nearly $70M ValuePotential fraud was connected to more than 4,500 unemployment claims in Texas this year.
Fiancée Plans Funeral Instead Of Wedding, Baby Left Without Father After Fatal ATM RobberyJose Montes was fatally shot outside a Neighborhood Credit Union Monday morning. He had just celebrated his 28th birthday and the birth of his first child, a son just five months ago.
Man In Jacket With 'Police' On Back Kills Armored Vehicle Security Officer During RobberyJose Montes, 28, was killed by the robber wearing a black jacket with the word "police" written on the back.
Long-Term Safe House For Male Sex Trafficking Victims Opening In Denton, CEO Says It's 'First In The Country'CEO of Ranch Hands Rescue Counseling Center and Animal Sanctuary Bob Williams announced plans to open a long-term safe house exclusively catering to male victims of sex trafficking 18-24 years old.