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.
Irving Man Accused Of Stealing $100K For Fake Movie Rights"Just like the films he pitched, it was all make-believe." Shiva Chandan Reddy Thudi, 26, of Irving, recently pleaded guilty in federal court to wire fraud.
Stimulus Payments May Be Delayed For Those Who Use Tax Preparation ServiceWhile millions of Americans received a stimulus check this week, many were left wondering where their money is.
Scammers On Stand By As Millions Of Americans Receive Stimulus MoneyIf you're waiting for your stimulus check, you're not alone. Crooks want that money, too, and the ways they are tricking consumers is only getting more creative.
IRS Launches Tool To Track Stimulus Payments, But Many Receive 'Payment Status Not Available' MessageThe IRS launched its online tool to track stimulus payments on Wednesday, but many taxpayers reported problems with the new app.
Coronavirus In Texas: Several Colleges Issue Prorated Refunds For Room And BoardSeveral public and private institutions in Texas are issuing prorated refunds for room and board expenses.
Now Hiring: Staffing Agency Links Potential Employers To Job SeekersRobert Half is a premiere staffing agency linking employers to candidates and vice versa.
Despite COVID-19 Induced Financial Turmoil, Some Property Owners Face Higher TaxesThe coronavirus is changing almost every aspect of life, including the way homeowners protest property taxes.
When Will You Get Your Stimulus Check? Within Days If You Have Direct Deposit, Far Longer If You Don’tSome estimate as many as a 100 million checks will be need to be mailed meaning it could be August, even possibly September, before some receive their stimulus payment.
Coronavirus In Texas: Half Price Books Furloughs, Lays Off 78% Of EmployeesHalf Price Books has furloughed or laid off 78% of its employees due to the COVID-19 pandemic.