Bill Aimed At Roofing Regulation Faces Uphill BattleA new measure that would regulate the roofing industry has passed a major hurdle this year, despite similar efforts dying in previous sessions.
2020 Hopeful Beto O'Rourke Releases 10 Years Of Tax ReturnsDemocratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke has released 10 years of his tax returns through 2017 and is promising to release last year's after he files them.
Tarrant County Home Appraisals Expected To Increase 7 To 10 PercentProperty valuation notices for 2019 started arriving in mailboxes in Tarrant County this week.
Texas Lawmaker Proposes Bill To End Most Toll Roads Once Debt Paid OffLove them or hate them, toll roads are a fact of life here in North Texas.
Nexstar Media Selling 19 TV Stations For $1.32 BillionNexstar is selling 19 television stations for $1.32 billion as part of its buyout deal with Tribune Media.
Pentagon Wants $22.95B For Military Intelligence BudgetThe Defense Department is requesting $22.95 billion for its military intelligence program in fiscal year 2020.
Texas Teacher Pay Legislation Proposing $5K Salary Increase Heads To SenateThe Senate Finance Committee unanimously approved SB 3 providing a permanent $5,000 annual salary increase for every classroom teacher in the state.
Super Bowl LIII Prop Bets Explained, Get In While You CanThere's something for everyone in the Super Bowl -- including placing side bets -- often called proposition bets.
Mansfield Home To New Millionaire Thanks To Winning Scratch TicketA Mansfield resident has claimed a $1 million prize in the Texas Lottery scratch ticket game.
Government Shutdown: Pocketbook Impact Hitting Workers TodayThe political stalemate that shut down the government, today hit many workers squarely in the pocket: no paychecks on what should have been their first payday of the year.
Dallas-Based Auction House Sells Rare Penny For More Than $200KA rare copper penny that a Massachusetts man found in his lunch money more than 70 years ago has been sold at an auction for more than $200,000.
VisitDallas Responds To Accusations Of MismanagementBacked by tens of millions in taxpayer dollars, VisitDallas is now being asked to prove that it's paying off.