Supreme Court Of Texas Orders Release Of Jailed Texas Stylist Shelly LutherThe Supreme Court of Texas has ordered the release of Dallas salon owner, Shelly Luther, who was jailed for violating executive stay at home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Debt Collectors Not Stopping Even As Coronavirus Pandemic ContinuesWith the coronavirus pandemic continuing, the last person you probably want to hear from is a debt collector. However, that's not going to stop them.
Salon A La Mode Owner, Shelley Luther Arrested: 'Feeding My Kids Isn't Selfish, I'm Not Closing The Salon'Salon À la Mode owner Shelley Luther was sentenced to seven days in jail for criminal and civil contempt and a $7,000 fine today for defying Governor Greg Abbott's stay-at-home rules.
Collin Co. Texas Cosmetologists Protest Statewide Ban On Salons: 'I've Lost My Home, My Car'Most -- like many of the 30 million Americans who have have filed initial unemployment claims since mid-March -- are struggling.
Small Dallas Restaurant Owner Receives SBA Loan After CBS 11 Reported His StoryA small Dallas restaurant owner said he has been approved for a loan from the Small Business Administration, and is crediting a CBS 11 story that aired last week for making it a reality.
Workers Won't ‘Automatically’ Be Pushed Off Unemployment If They Choose Not To Return To WorkTexas Workforce Commission Director Ed Serna said no one will “automatically be cut off” from benefits if they feel unsafe to return to work or cannot return because of a COVID-19 reason.
Salon A La Mode Owner, Shelley Luther To City Of Dallas: 'I'm Not Closing The Store'Salon À la Mode owner Shelley Luther is daring City of Dallas and county authorities to arrest her.
Coronavirus In Texas: City Of Dallas Sues Salon À La Mode Owner Shelley LutherDallas city officials are suing Salon À la Mode owner Shelley Luther and have filed a restraining order against her for  violating city/county shelter-in-place orders.
Police Seek Women They Say Drugged, Robbed Person In Fort Worth Hotel RoomAfter two weeks, police have yet to identify two women they say drugged and robbed someone inside a north Fort Worth hotel. 
Coronavirus In Texas: Salon Á La Mode Owner Defies County, State Orders By Opening, Gets TicketOwner Shelley Luther said it didn't take long for officers to arrive and hand her a citation of up to $1,000. But she's "not paying" it.
As Unemployment Surges, Lenders Could Lower Credit Limits & Cancel CardsSome consumers could lose access to their credit cards just when they need them the most.
Southcliff Church Partners With Non-Profit To Offer Free Drive-Thru PantryFor many families across North Texas, having the means to put food on the table is ac concern given the coronavirus pandemic. 
Treasury Department Pressures Publicly Traded Companies To Return Loans, Ruth's Chris Chain ObligesThe Treasury department is stepping up pressure on publicly traded companies to return money they received under the Paycheck Protection Program.
North Texas Restaurant Owner Questions Why Larger Chains Received SBA Loans & He Didn’tRestaurant owner Russell Birk said he applied for a loan from the Small Business Administration's Paycheck Protection Program weeks ago but never heard whether he would receive a dime before the program ran out of money
American Airlines Customer Sues Airline in Class Action Lawsuit Demanding Refunds for Flights Cancelled Due to COVID-19An American Airlines customer who was left without a return flight from Lima, Peru, sued the airline in a class-action lawsuit seeking ticket refunds for flights cancelled due to the outbreak of COVID-19.