Just ahead of Memorial Day Weekend, a water park in the Houston-area is preparing to reopen its doors to visitors this Saturday, even though Governor Abbott has not given water parks the green light to do so.
Houston business groups are working to small business owners who barely staying afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Advocates say small and diverse businesses are inherently at a disadvantage when it comes to the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program.
After Gov. Abbott announced the next phase of reopening Texas, many businesses are feeling excited after being closed for several weeks.
FOX 26 Reporter Matthew Seedorff gives you a look at how bars are operating for NASCAR.
FOX 26 Reporter Ivory Hecker gives you a look inside some Houston-area gyms days before they reopen after being closed for months.
Following Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s new order, nail salons, barbershops, and tanning salons were allowed to re-open on Friday, May 8. FOX 26 Reporter Matthew Seedorff speaks with business owners about their reopening.
FOX 26 Reporter Damali Keith speaks with the owner of Ooh La La in Atascocita about how reopening is going.
FOX 26 Reporter Damali Keith speaks with some Houston-area salon owners who say they're not ready to reopen their doors.
Harris County is offering small businesses loans during COVID-19 pandemic, and as reporter Randy Wallace finds, many are beyond grateful.
Consumer reporter Heather Sullivan shares some smart sense for businesses trying to get PPP loans from new sources.
With millions of Americans filing for unemployment and food banks struggling to keep up with COVID-19-induced demand, more restaurants may soon be able to allow supplemental nutrition assistance program (SNAP) recipients to use their benefits to purchase meals.
As the state prepares to reopen Friday, some Houston-area business owners are split on their plans moving forward.
Smaller businesses that need coronavirus relief will get to move to the front of the line come Wednesday.
A salon owner in Champlin, Minnesota is feeling the fallout from the coronavirus first hand. After weeks of no customers, she's been forced to do something she never dreamed of: close her doors.
Shop owners want to start selling again and bring their employees back, but they are also anxious as to how this new way of operating their stores will work out.
As small businesses feel the burn from the economic shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several thousand of them are applying for help.
Her company makes the disposable filters for the machine-washable masks along with disposable masks she says can be worn a couple of times before discarding.
Governor Abbott announces a multi-million dollar partnership to help small businesses struggling with the Covid19 pandemic
You can stop by the city's art center and pick up handmade, unique holiday gifts and decor created by local artists.