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.
2 Texans Among 5 Convicted In Thai Sex Trafficking RingTwo Texans were among five men convicted Wednesday on sex trafficking charges tied to an alleged Thai Sex trafficking ring, prosecutors said.
New Proposal Could Save Fort Worth's Failing Pension FundA new proposal in Fort Worth would potentially save the city’s failing pension fund, while also saving annual cost of living increases to current retirees.
Nuns Pilfer Half A Million Dollars From Catholic School To Gamble In VegasTwo longtime nuns at St. James Catholic School allegedly embezzled as much as $500,000 in tuition, fees and donations, perhaps spending some of the money on trips and gambling at casinos.
Police Seek Men Who Shot, Robbed Victim In University ParkA 40-year-old man is recovering from gunshot wounds after he was robbed just after midnight.
Utility Aims For Zero Carbon Emission From Electric PlantsA utility serving 3.6 million electricity customers in eight states, including Texas says it will try to eliminate all its carbon emissions from electrical generation by 2050.
Uncertainty Clouds Panther Island Project Despite Funding Available To Keep It On TrackUncertainties about the future of available federal funding added to tension during a meeting regarding Fort Worth’s Panther Island project.
Delaware Attorney General Moves To Shut Down Backpage LLCsDelaware's attorney general has moved to dissolve the limited liability companies behind Backpage.com, a classified ad website whose listings included sexual services.
Texas School District Spreads The Wealth, Gives $500 To EmployeesChristmas came early for staff members in what was a well-organized, carefully guarded surprise that took place, all at the same time, across the Royse City ISD.