After at least four years of ample access to the cafeteria or takeout in the dorm, meals for new graduates can get a little more challenging.
Senate Finance Chairwoman Jane Nelson, R-Flower Mound, said she expected the Senate version of the budget to be debated by the full Senate next week, “probably Tuesday.”
After an overnight debate that veered from polite disagreements to an angry outburst, the Texas House tentatively passed a $210 billion two-year budget early Wednesday morning with a 141 to 5 vote.
A budget battle looms as House Republican lawmakers unveil their 2016 proposal.
Wichita Falls' 2014- 2015 budget is larger than last years.
It's probably not something tax payers would say they often see, but property owners in the WFISD are about to see a tax decrease.
Wichita County commissioners met on Friday to approve some unexpected travel expenses.
Wichita County commissioners have done most of the work to get the next county budget ready.
President Obama releases proposed 2015 budget.
As your local election headquarters, we continue to take a look at the contested races in Tuesday's primary election. Tonight we're introducing you to the three candidates who want the Republican nod for the 13th District Congressional seat.
Military families could pay more for groceries under the latest Pentagon budget proposal.
Secretary of Defense outlines massive budget cuts aimed at shrinking the U.S. military.
Congress sent President Barack Obama a $1.1 trillion government-wide spending bill Thursday, easing the harshest effects of last year's automatic budget cuts after tea party critics chastened by October's partial shutdown mounted only a faint protest.
In the waning days of a year marked by the 16-day government shutdown, the Senate has voted to send a modest two-year budget agreement to President Barack Obama’s desk.
As 2013 comes to a close, city councilors did some house keeping by wrapping up this year's budget and found a few departments spent over their budget.
The controversial budget compromise passed by the House last week is already a campaign issue for many incumbents.
The House has approved a budget, and now the country waits for the Senate's approval.
The House of Representatives appears poised to pass a modest budget agreement that would essentially forestall the threat of a government shutdown through late 2015 in a Thursday evening vote.
Last year, Americans spent 4.3 trillion dollars on retail purchases alone—and this is the season most of us overspend! So how can you avoid paying over-the-odds next time you go out?
Budget cuts threaten the food stamp program, leaving many families without enough food.