Watchdog Groups Fear More Fraud With New Round Of PPP Loans For Small BusinessesAs business begin apply for the second round of COVID-19 relief funding, federal investigators continue to uncover alleged fraud from the first round of loans.
'Economic Lifeline To Small Businesses,' Next Round Of PPP Loans On Their WayFor countless small business owners, their families and their employees, help is finally on the way—just in time for 2021.
After 44 Years Coronavirus Pandemic Has North Texas Costume Shop On It's Last LegRegardless of the new calendar year, the damage done by 2020 will not be forgotten as many small businesses are still struggling. Rose Costumes shop in Denton, is one who says they may be on their final leg.
Stimulus Checks For $600 Added To COVID-19 Relief Deal As Deadline Nears With the deadline quickly approaching, relief for struggling North Texans appears to finally be in sight.
Second $1,200 Stimulus Check Still Possible This Year, But Chances Are FadingPresident Trump ha said he wants to see direct payments to Americans. The White House proposed a $600 payment in its COVID-19 relief plan.
Texas Restaurants Will Have To Reduce Capacity If COVID-19 Hospitalizations Remain Above 15%On Wednesday, the number of people being treated for Covid-19 in North Texas hospitals exceeded 15% of the region's total hospital capacity for the sixth straight day.
'This Is The Worst Thanksgiving Of My Life': Arlington Mechanic Watches Shop Crumble During Tornado“We had already been struggling because of corona (virus). We got the good days and the bad days, but this is the worst day,” Joanna Ulloa said.
'I Thought It Was Very Secure': Plano Jeweler Loses 76 Rings Worth $50K In BurglaryCharlie Nguyen said he always removes jewelry from the display cases at night, but his family is in the process of moving and he made the mistake of leaving it out.
Young Texas Woman Turns To Twitter For Help After Dad's Food Truck Makes Just $6 In One DayAfter watching her father struggle to keep his small business afloat in Texas a young woman took to social media -- explaining that he had only made $6 one day and asking for help.
Dallas' Howdy Homemade Ice Cream, Which Employed Special Needs Adults, ClosesThe coronavirus pandemic appears to have claimed its latest North Texas business.
Hundreds Of Collin County Small Businesses Impacted By Pandemic Apply For Newly Available GrantsThe Collin CARES Small Business Grant Program provides up to $25,000 for eligible companies where gross revenue losses were more than 15%, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bipartisan 'Save Our Stages' Bill Would Offer Much-Needed Relief For Music VenuesEndorsed by music industry advocacy groups, the bill would provide $10 million in funding for six months of short-term economic relief to independent music venues around the country.
North Texas Clinic Received $1.26 In Federal Coronavirus Relief While Big Hospitals Got Millions“It was very disappointing,” said owner Mac Okwah. “Here I am struggling to survive, doing everything I can, and seeing this check was just defeating.”
Beloved Dallas Diner Chain Helps Give Homeless Children Something To Celebrate... Their Own BirthdaysNorma's Cafe supports The Birthday Party Project, which throws parties and creates smiles for homeless children around the country.
Hit With Added Safety Costs During Pandemic, Some Businesses Charging Clients MoreNail salons, dental offices and auto mechanics are starting to add surcharges, covering everything from cleaning expenses to personal protective equipment.