A Sugar Land business is offering three days of free office space and some small businesses say it's the boost they need.
Rice University's Kinder Institute found that even in 2019, Harris County had the second-highest eviction rate in the country, only behind New York City.
The non-profit's analysis is showing an additional 5 million homes across the U.S with a high risk of flooding.
More and more Americans are staying at home with their parents due to struggles with work and virtual learning.
Several homes in Houston are going green with solar panels, saving money, and helping the environment thanks to a co-op.
Some lawmakers announced a new initiative Thursday to get students the computers they need and close the digital divide.
About 600,000 people have signed the petition urging President Trump to cancel student loan debt.
"We tailor it to our users. So you can tell the app if you're pregnant. Do you have kids and their ages? If you have allergies," Whystle creator Lauren Bell explained.
Banorte Securities International aims to help the Latino community with financial planning.
You see used masks, gloves, and wipes littering parking lots and sidewalks everywhere. It's not just trash, it's a health hazard. But if you put on a glove and help put the litter in the trash, a Chicago company will donate new masks to charities.
The additional $300 weekly unemployment benefits from President Trump's executive order ends this week as federal money for them is running out.
Sesame is an online marketplace of doctors that offers services for often less than what you might pay with insurance.
Houston-based Comp-U-Dopt has already distributed 8,000+ computers to area families this year.
A Houston renter says the CDC's affidavit didn't stop her landlord from issuing a notice to vacate. So what do you do then? Sullivan's Smart Sense shares some options.
More than four million homeowners took forbearance on their mortgage payments when the pandemic shutdown threw so many people out of work. But a new survey finds 54% of respondents say it was negatively reported on their credit when it shouldn't have been.
Now that kids are starting the school year, many parents could use help with meal planning, especially if the kids are at home and needing breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Renters covered through the executive order must meet four criteria, including a household income of $198,000 or less for couples filing jointly, or $99,000 for single filers.
On August 8th, President Trump signed an executive order that included a payroll tax cut so that workers will get bigger paychecks for the next four months. But over the four months after that, workers will have smaller paychecks.
Harris County Commissioners increased rental assistance from $25 million to $40 million. Add that to the rental assistance from the City of Houston and donors of $20 million, and that brings the combined pot to $60 million.
Even after natural disasters like Hurricane Laura, scammers are ready to take advantage of those who need repairs or those who are looking to help victims.