The Modern Home Tour in Houston is shifting from walkthrough to virtual this year to maintain social distancing and will reach a nationwide audience. Tour Goers can not only see the most modern technology in homes, they will use modern technology to view it.
The Better Business Bureau says some of the calls you're getting during elections may actually be from cons to steal your money and identity.
The Texas Workforce Commission added eight call centers and beefed up its website capacity to keep up with more than 2 million Texans needing unemployment benefits this year.
The state is providing $171 million of rental assistance in a new Texas Eviction Diversion Program to keep families in their homes. Plus a new legal aid online resource is available for families facing eviction proceedings.
More people are making money using their car, but not by becoming an Uber or Lyft driver. They're renting out their cars when they travel or not using it.
Anyone in Texas can now receive primary healthcare through telemedicine for about $16 to $24 a month.
Two Houston companies are using high tech to help businesses reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic.
You can enroll in Medicare when you turn 65 or during an enrollment period if you haven't already, or you can change Medicare plans.
With Makeena, you can buy from more than 100 brands of health foods and eco-friendly products, then scan the bar codes or receipts, or redeem in-store offers, to earn points.
Target Hunger and Kroger are teaming up to address a hunger crisis: minority families in Northeast Houston who not only live in food deserts but have lost jobs this year and can't buy food.
While many colleges face dropping enrollment this year, a local junior college has had a spike. Lee College in Baytown says it's due to innovating the way they serve students.
If you plan on refinancing your home the time is now. More fees will go into effect starting Dec. 1.
To snap up Amazon deals, you must be a Prime member. But you can sign up for a 30-day free trial and cancel after 29 days to avoid paying $12.99 a month.
Many banks are ready to hand you hundreds of dollars just to open a new account with them. They're competing for business as some people have been saving more money than ever during the economic crisis.
Houstonians can now take a new ride-sharing service to get around the city that has a big emphasis on safety.
Applications for life insurance rose 3.4 percent for people under age 44 in the first half of the year, according to the MIB Life index.
Households can receive up to $2,000 for rent or mortgage for two months, plus $500 per month for utilities for two months, according to Missouri City's website.
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.