New Questions About Appraisal Process For Tarrant County BusinessesA big tax bill from Tarrant County threatened an Arlington man's garage door repair business. "Do I close the business? Do I say 'they finally got me?"
Yelp Accused Of Hiding Positive Reviews For Non-AdvertiserBob Sinnott of Toasted Coffee + Kitchen in Lower Greenville said after months of non-stop phone calls from Yelp, he claims his favorable rating dropped after he finally told the company he would not pay for advertising.
Busy Night For Plumbers Across Freezing North TexasSome homeowners found themselves without water through no fault of their own.
Dallas Area Small Businesses Say They Are Doing WellSmall business owners tell CBS11 the big box stores and online shopping isn't hurting them.
First Look Inside Texas Business Growing Marijuana LegallySo far, two businesses are licensed in Texas to grow marijuana for medical purposes.
McKinney Woman Turns Life Around, Becomes Inspiring Business OwnerLike a lot of the furniture she repairs, Jude Parola Hooper also suffered from a hard life of neglect. The hammer came down on Hooper's life only eight years ago. It started with a divorce that left the 57-year-old unemployed McKinney mother in despair.
North Texas' Snow Shack Gets International AttentionWhen Blake Pyron was born doctors said there was a slim chance he'd be able to walk and talk, let alone become an entrepreneur.
Gymnastics Center Owners Oppose Plans For Brewery Next DoorBedford wants economic rejuvenation in this area. That's why it's allowing the brewery to go into that corner spot.
A Dallas Startup Is Putting Robots To Work In The YardThe company, Robin, has installed 50 robot lawn mowers in the DFW area.
'The Shacks' Bringing Big City Cool to the Suburbs‘Cool’ is coming to the suburbs. A unique eight-acre restaurant concept is set to debut soon in The Colony called ‘The Shacks.’ And the neighborhood is beyond ready.
Massive Car Hail Damage Repair Operation UnderwayIf your own hail-damaged vehicle has got you down, this makeshift doctor's office for dents and the technicians at work want to give you hope.
Fort Worth Construction Company Wants To Help Build Border WallJohn Garrett, who owns Fort Worth-based J. P. Construction, is hoping to get a contract.
N. Texas Businesses Feeling Impact of Overnight StormNorth Texas homeowners weren’t alone Wednesday in dealing with the aftermath of an early spring storm.
North Texas Baby Boomer Couple Puts Life Savings On The LineAt 54, the couple started a company that makes custom made medical scrubs for men.
Locals Weigh In On Proposed Tax On Mexican GoodsSMU Professor Mike Davis said if the U.S. taxes Mexico’s imports, the country will likely tax the goods America sells them.
Coffee House War Brewing In White Rock Lake AreaStarbucks is moving in two doors down from a long-time, locally-owned coffee shop.
Sweet Opportunity: Vegan Cinnamon RollsCinnaholic's sweet treats are sinfully delicious vegan treats.
North Texas Businesses Expecting Big Win With Packers FansGreen Bay fans are known to travel anywhere their team plays -- especially during the playoffs. And there is one place in Hurst that really expects to cash in when the cheese heads arrive.
'Buy Local' Buzz A Boost To Small BusinessesThe season is especially critical for small businesses like Mary Bowen’s 'Hipster Baby,’ a new boutique store that opened just two weeks ago in Richardson’s Creeks Plaza shopping center.
Furnace Repair Companies Are Swamped In DFWSome work crews hitting several houses in the same neighborhood... furnaces have to work harder to keep you warm when it gets this cold... and some just don't have it in them.
Business Owners In Grapevine Worried About New Highway Construction ProjectThe area is where cars start moving over to get from 121 to 360. They'll soon start construction on connectors between the highways to stop traffic backups.
Growth Of Women-Owned Businesses In Dallas Outpacing NationWomen-owned businesses in Dallas grew by 58 percent over the past five years, more than twice the national average.
Arlington Woman Fights Cancer And Drug CartelsAfter beating breast cancer in 2000, Beatriz Carregha wanted to find a way to make the best of her second shot at life and give back.

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