The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is back at Bass Hall in Downtown Fort Worth for the first time since the start of the pandemic. It was also the first full capacity show at the venue.
The leading U.S. airlines say that the rise in COVID-19 cases is hurting ticket sales and pushing back the recovery of the travel industry.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas' employment forecast predicts strong growth in Texas with all the jobs lost during the pandemic back by the spring of next year.
The expiration of jobless benefits could fuel a sharp spending pullback.
Labor Day represents a perilous crossroads for millions of Americans: Two primary anchors of the government's COVID-19 protection package are ending or have recently ended.
America’s employers added just 235,000 jobs in August, a modest gain after two months of robust hiring at a time when the delta variant’s spread has discouraged some people from flying, shopping and eating out.
The money, available through the Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP), covers current and past bills and is paid directly to your provider.
Owners of a Denton diner about to close said the number of COVID-19 cases in the area is overwhelming and they've also struggled to hire people, a problem that's plagued restaurants across the country.
More and more parents who are receiving advance payments of their child tax credit are opting out. The deadline to stop the upcoming payment rounds is Aug 30. If you opt-out, you're not turning down the credit. You are simply putting off when you get it.
A federal appeals court on Friday allowed the COVID-19-related pause on evictions imposed by the CDC to remain in place, setting up a likely battle before the nation’s highest court.
COVID-19 has created two major issues for small business owners. One reason is the disruptions to the supply chain. But the biggest reason is they can't find qualified workers.
The education department announced on Friday an extension of the student loan payment pause until Jan. 31, 2022.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell last week to 385,000. The applications have mostly fallen steadily since early January.
The director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approved a renewed, 60-day eviction moratorium that would protect areas where 90% of the U.S. population lives on Tuesday.
A bill proposed by Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., would send monthly payments of up to $1,200 to adults and $600 to kids following years-long pilot programs.
The eviction moratorium expired at midnight Saturday. The White House said the CDC was “unable to find the legal authority” to extend it and called on states to act.
Some vaccination and mask mandates are now being issued for employees across the country, and right here in North Texas.
According to data released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, workers have been leaving their jobs at restaurants and hotels at the highest rate in decades.
A Change.org petition calling on Congress to send additional $2,000 monthly economic stimulus checks to U.S. families is nearing its goal of three million signatures.
Study authors found that while the two-dose vaccines were 94-95% effective in preventing COVID-19 from the delta and lambda variants, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine had only 66.9% efficacy “in preventing moderate to severe disease.”