Wichita Falls residents are speaking their minds about the possibility of a property tax raise.
Wichita Falls city councilors appear to be divided on a proposed two cent property tax hike to fund raises for city employees.
Wichita Falls residents could soon see an increase in their property tax rate.
Report finds taxpayers are getting ripped off by unqualified and unethical tax return preparers.
Chris Clackum reports on a decision weighing on those of us receiving tax refunds this year: how to spend the money.
City councilors will be voting on resolution Tuesday that could secure economic development for Wichita Falls.
A week devoted to protecting your identity kicks off.
A California official is bringing new life to the argument that the Internet -- including emails -- is an untapped revenue resource that should be taxed to help local economies.
If you can't ban 'em, tax 'em.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland shares apps that can help with your taxes.
It's time to start thinking taxes.
Texas Governor Rick Perry delivers State of the State address.
Gov. Rick Perry will use his State of the State address to call for amending the Texas Constitution to allow the state to return tax money it collects but doesn't spend back to its citizens.
The end of the month is fast approaching and for Wichita County home owners, that means your property taxes are due.
For golf legend Phil Mickelson, the low 60s makes for a great score on the links -- and a lousy tax rate in his home state of California.
With Congress and the White House locked in the final throes of an epic, two-year budget battle, estimating your taxes this year is roughly equivalent to playing golf at night under a new moon.
These days it is hard to make it through the day without hearing about the Fiscal Cliff.
Even before voters finished casting ballots in House races across the country, the Republican leadership in the chamber began girding for a major battle over taxes and spending in the weeks after the election.
According to state law, city officials must host two public hearings before a change is made to taxes. The first one was during Tuesday's city council meeting, and no one showed up to speak or ask questions.
City councilors will talk about the tax rate at their Sept. 4 meeting.