BEAUMONT, Texas (AP) — Nearly $900,00 stolen from a Southeast Texas school district by two finance employees has been returned as part of their punishment. The Beaumont Independent School District received the funds as partial repayment by […]
State auditors this week criticized a Texas agency’s contract with AT&T that was initially listed as costing $1 million and then swelled to $105 million over the course of seven years.
Two men have been charged with felony theft after more than 130 calculators worth about $17,000 were stolen from a Central Texas school.
Prosecutors say two women have been accused of cashing about $800,000 in bogus construction company checks at a South Texas bank and keeping the money.
Police are looking for a man they say entered a Houston retirement community and sexually assaulted a 91-year-old woman.
A Central Texas woman has been sentenced to life in prison for her role in the 2008 stabbing death of her mother during an attempt to steal money.
A North Texas man who meticulously made and spent more than $400,000 in fake money has been sentenced to nearly six years in prison.
BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) — A 37-year-old Mexican citizen living legally in Brownsville has pleaded guilty to charges he conspired to launder almost $1.9 million in drug proceeds through nine banks. Evidence showed Oscar Aguilar recruited nine […]
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz raised nearly $890,000 in the year’s first quarter — about half what poured in following his helping lead last fall’s partial government shutdown.
Steven Godfrey from SB-Nation.com joins the guys to talk about the concept of the “Bag Man”. These silent financiers of division I football players have not been quiet enough, as Godfrey investigates their efforts to bring in our nation’s top athletes. In an effort to gain some understanding of this taboo subject, Godfrey approached a few anonymous Bag Men to ask them how their under-the-table “financial” contributions to prospective college football players has helped out their respective programs. The majority of the anonymous patrons that he interviewed were ironically, not financially “well-off” like many of us would expect. Not only are these players getting paid before they arrive on campus, but they continue to receive cash from these bag men through the entirety of their college career.