If you're looking to plan a trip, particularly for the holidays, experts say prices are finally starting to come down. But don't wait too long.
Some parents tell us they're having trouble collecting the child tax credit payments they're expecting.
A residential energy aggregator aims to help residents cut their monthly electricity bills.
Seven million unemployed people across the country are losing their pandemic unemployment benefits on this Labor Day.
While you can save big on some items this weekend, you may want to wait to save more on others.
With so many renters facing eviction now that the CDC eviction moratorium has been thrown out, new efforts are being made to keep renters in their homes.
Since the Public Utility Commission lifted the ban on shutting off residential utlities in June, there's been a surge in people losing power, and air conditioning, during these hot summer months.
Thousands of evacuees are in Houston seeking refuge from the devastation in New Orleans after Hurricane Ida. Many are scrambling to find shelter, food, and necessities.
Seeing the images of the devastation in New Orleans, you may want to donate to help. But scammers seize on disasters to squeeze you out of your money.
While Houston and Harris County don't have local eviction moratoriums, one rental assistance program can serve as one.
Delta Airlines has announced it will charge unvaccinated employees an additional $200 a month for health insurance coverage, and won't give them paid sick leave for contracting COVID-19.
Target Hunger is launching a mobile food pantry to help so many families still struggling with not having enough to eat.
Carnival Cruise Lines confirms a passenger on a cruise that left Galveston in late July has died from COVID-19, despite the cruise line's vaccination requirements. And as COVID cases surge, more people are cancelling or changing travel plans this fall.
Two local women have published a book to help businesses hire women they call "overcomers," who have overcome a life in sex trafficking, poverty, crime, or addiction.
Pet food recalls happen more than you might realize. There can be 1 to 4 a month on the FDA website.
There's a secret most drivers don't know about how their auto insurance rates are set: having a low credit score can drive up your rates.
For workers who risk being fired by employers for not being vaccinated, most legal experts say their chances of collecting unemployment benefits are slim. However, the Texas Workforce Commission says it's decided case-by-case.
Repairs and tune-ups can be a fraction of the cost of buying new laptops, tablets, or cell phones.
A Pearland man says he and his fiancé were terrified when he says an automatic car wash smashed their windshield while they were inside the car.
The rush is on to stock up on school supplies as tax free weekend is underway. You may not find everything you need, and some items will cost you more.