New DART Changes Will Affect Streetcar, Buses Across Service AreaA number of upcoming Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) changes will affect customers in various parts of the service area. There will soon be schedule adjustments, route modifications and fare increases.
Consumers See Spike In Grocery Prices, Worry About Price-GougingConsumers saw a spike in prices for grocery store items like eggs, meat and cereal over the last month and experts say it's due to supply and demand issues.
Big Changes Coming For Fort Worth Water Customers Who Pay Their Bills LateCustomers with service through the Fort Worth Water Department listen up -- one fee for customers who pay their bill late is being eliminated entirely, while another is increasing.
Everyone Is Now Paying More To Drive On NTTA Toll RoadsMany Texas drivers haven't realized it yet, but the cost of their tollway commute went up July 1.
U.S. Postal Service Bets On Higher Stamp Prices To Fix WoesBuffeted by threats from Amazon drones to deliveries by golf cart, the U.S. Postal Service is counting on a different strategy to stay competitive. It is seeking more freedom to raise prices for mailing letters.
Patients Feel The Pinch Of Higher Generic Drug PricesGeneric drugs are supposed to be easy to get and cheap, but recently, the price has risen.
Could Dallas Have Gotten A Better Atmos Deal By Appealing?Dallas negotiated a proposed Atmos Energy rate hike down some $3 million. But did the city get a better deal by negotiating, than it would have by appealing to the Railroad Commission of Texas?
Dallas Officials Decide Not To Enter Atmos Rate Hike FightBucking the trend of other North Texas cities, on Wednesday the Dallas City Council agreed to a rate hike with Atmos Energy -- the natural gas supplier. It would boost the average residential bill by $2.08 a month, businesses by roughly $6.
Texas Cities Band Together To Fight Atmos Rate IncreaseDozens of cities are saying no to a request from Atmos Energy to raise monthly gas bills. The increase would add about $2 to the average household bill, but analysts for a group of cities believe that’s more than double what the utility needs.
Explosion Fears Lead To Diaper Dash For ParentsNorth Texas parents aren't taking the news of an explosion at a diaper plant in Japan lightly. They're stocking up over fears of a shortage or price hike.