What the Texas Workforce Commission will do to crack down on unemployment fraud.
A way to save money replacing expensive electronics and furniture is to buy them secondhand.
As many people are still recovering from the crippling winter storm, they're now having to worry about price gouging when they hire plumbers. Heather Sullivan has tips to help you avoid astronomical numbers.
Many tenants may find they are no longer protected by the CDC's eviction moratorium after a federal judge in Texas ruled it unconstitutional.
Electricity providers are offering help to their own customers who are struggling to pay bills after the crippling winter storm that hit Texas.
We're hearing from many people who say they're frustrated their FEMA applications have been turned down despite damage to their homes or having no running water. We took your questions to FEMA.
Harris County and the City of Houston voted to offer a combined $159 million, plus the state of Texas is making $1.3 billion available.
Many people lost a lot of food in their refrigerators and freezers when the power was out last week. But there are ways you can collect up to $500 to replace it.
New local and FEMA assistance is coming available to help many Houston area families living without water and in homes that are severely damaged by burst pipes from last week's ice storm.
Many renters have damage from burst pipes in their homes. Some tell us they're having trouble getting their landlord to make repairs.
Some Houstonians are getting hit skyrocketing electric bills in the thousands of dollars since this week's ice storm.
Houston Police and the Better Business Bureau are warning about scammers who've started taking advantage of people's desperate need for power and heat.
Plumbers and repair services say they are flooded with calls about frozen and broken pipes.
People in Galveston County were among the hardest hit by power outages, with more than 90 percent of homes and businesses out of power since one or two o'clock in the morning.
The IRS anticipates many people have been hit by unemployment benefit identity theft but don't know it.
Drivers can take steps now to prepare their vehicles to drive in snow and ice.
Harris County Commissioners Court approved an additional $2.6 million in spending, which county officials estimate will support as many as 304 families.
Applications open February 15 for the Texas Rent Relief Program, a statewide rent and utility assistance program for qualifying households.
The IRS is letting teachers get a PPE tax deduction of up to $250. Many teachers are saying it's not enough.
Many high school students have to apply to colleges this year without SAT scores or extracurricular activities. COVID-19 has forced colleges to change how they evaluate applicants this year, and perhaps permanently.