A woman accused of stealing over $20 thousand dollars from the Burkburnett Boys & Girls Club had a punishment hearing on Monday and will soon be sentenced.
Detectives are asking area business representatives to pay close attention to the cash they get from customers.
Five Hirschi students with the Wichita Falls Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering were awarded more than $20,000 in scholarship money today.
A workshop put on by the NAACP encouraged attendants to live within their means and learn how to budget.
Last day to take advantage of Energy Star tax exemption...
Study finds cash is covered in bacteria.
Dietitians say it is possible to feed kids healthy food that they like and that won't break the bank.
Environmentalists have advice for consumers on what they should do before the country's drought drives up food prices.
When it comes to generic versus brand name, which is best? As it turns out, that depends on what you are buying.
Officers say the S&L store on Southwest Parkway was robbed Friday night.
A new year means a new opportunity to accomplish things you didn't have the chance to get done last year.
Scared of a huge power bill this winter? Well you don’t have to compromise your cozy, warm home to keep your costs down.
It’s supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year but when kids don’t get the gifts they want it could go into meltdown mode.
Thanksgiving dinner is done, and now it’s time to shop! Black Friday is the day record numbers of shoppers head to the stores. So here are some tips to get the best bang for your buck.
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?
Someone is tucking $100 bills into grocery store items in Salem, Oregon.
Melissa Clairday will be placed on deferred adjudication for five years.
Consumer Reports' money adviser found some prepaid cards are much better than others.
Out of the nearly 20 million Americans who attend college each year, about 60% will take out loans to cover all of their costs. Getting accepted to college is one thing, making it through college debt-free is another. Thousands of incoming freshmen will be faced with this challenge in the coming weeks.