Summer travelers look for new ways to save money as prices rise across the US
Travelers are looking for new ways to save money as prices rise across the country. Some people are settling for fewer trips, while others are driving to save money on airfare.
Austin, Texas, drops on 'Best Places to Live' list for 3rd year in a row
Austin ranks No. 40 on a recently released list of the 'Best Places to Live in the USA' for 2023-2024. It ranked No. 1 on the same list between 2017 and 2019.
Hollywood star, former California resident lobbies for Texas filmmaking comeback: 'Business-friendly place'
While California's film industry is filled with "so many regulations," Dennis Quaid persuades Texas voters to pass a state bill aiming to incentivize productions to move to Texas.
Texas AG sues Hyatt Hotels for allegedly misleading consumers with 'hidden fees'
Texas AG Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit alleging Hyatt Hotels markets rooms at one price to consumers, but then adds other "mandatory and unavoidable fees."
Citigroup looks to mend fences with Texas and convince the Lone Star State it's not 'woke'
Citigroup is scrambling to convince Texas state officials it isn’t the woke bank they say it is and it’s worthy of once again underwriting municipal bonds in the state.
Elon Musk, Greg Abbott celebrate groundbreaking of Tesla’s new Texas facility
Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Texas Governor Greg Abbott celebrated at the groundbreaking ceremony for Tesla's new lithium refinery in Robstown, Texas, near Corpus Christi.
Squatters, be gone! How to keep your property safe and secure from unwanted occupants
Squatters can take over property and ruin it — here are actionable steps from two experts to take to prevent this. Tips include getting to know law enforcement and installing good lighting.
Texas rancher fumes over Biden admin's 'lies they spew to the American people' on the border
Biden's border crisis has come "at a huge cost" to Texas ranchers and farmers: Stephanie Canales claims 30 to 40 migrants cross her property every single day.
Oklahoma bans more than a dozen woke banks from doing business with the state
Oklahoma announced sweeping actions to ban 13 prominent financial institutions from doing business in the state after an internal review found the companies engage in energy boycotts.
Previously deported illegal immigrant kills five in Texas
Former acting ICE director Tom Homan reacts to an illegal immigrant killing five people in Texas and says DHS Secretary Mayorkas is lying to cover up the crisis at the southern border.
Texas bill would slap $200 annual fee on electric car drivers
A Texas bill passed with unanimous support would impose an annual $200 charge on electric vehicle drivers to compensate the state for lower gas tax revenues.
'Soft skills' are critical today. Here's why job recruiters value them so much
Soft skills are important in today's job market and may lead to being hired. The skills include active listening, empathy, resourcefulness, ability to work in a group and more.
Texas lawmakers introduce 'Audit the Pentagon Act,' hope to incentivize government spending transparency
After the Department of Defense failed their fifth audit and is unable to account for 39% of government spending, bipartisan legislatures want to incentivize spending transparency.
Drug companies blast Texas judge for abortion drug decision, call for reversal
Hundreds of pharmaceutical firms including Pfizer wrote an open letter condemning a federal judge in Texas who halted the approval of abortion drug mifepristone.
Texas takes control of island hotspots where migrants hide to evade arrest
Migrants hiding out within vegetated islands in the Rio Grande river will soon be met by border agents as Texas' General Land Office grants new jurisdiction for apprehensions.
Texas woman pays off $70K in debt in just two years by ‘cash stuffing’
A Texas woman saved money by using the "cash stuffing" method — allowing her to pay off $70,000 in debt in just two years. Here's how she did it successfully.
Mental health workers shortage has created a growing healthcare crisis
A mental health worker shortage has caused a crisis among kids and teenagers who need service. People who work in the field say this worker shortage could be detrimental.
These are the worst airlines for cancellations, delays
The U.S. Department of Transportation released its December 2022 Air Travel Consumer Report on Thursday, ranking airlines on cancellation rates, on-time arrivals
Texas deputies respond to small plane crash, injuries unknown
Texas deputies responded to a small plane crash that happened on Saturday in Lubbock. The number of people on the plane is unknown.
Delta flight to Atlanta diverted to Dallas over 'unruly passenger'
A Delta Air Lines flight to Atlanta made an unexpected landing in Dallas early this morning due to the behavior of an “unruly passenger,” the airline says.