Maria Sharapova Is Losing Millions Due To Failed Drug Test
MassMutual Greater Houston 12-27-15Dr. Laura Murillo (President and CEO, Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) talks financial planning for the future with J.K. McAndrews from MassMutual Greater Houston.
BBVA Compass 11-1-15Dr. Laura Murillo, President and CEO of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce sits down with Mark Montgomery, the CEO of Consumer and Commercial Banking at BBVA Compass. They talk about the company's clear presence in the community, their philosophy on giving back, and get into the BBVA Compass Week of Service program.
Traffic Stop Leads To $97K In Vacuum-Sealed BagA traffic stop in the Texas Panhandle has led to a driver charged with money laundering after $97,000 was found in a vacuum-sealed bag in the trunk.
Man Accused Of Pretending To Be Law Officer To Collect Money A South Texas man has been accused of pretending to be a law officer to collect money owed to a bail bonds company.
Teen Accused Of Killing Family's 3 Dogs When Mom Refused To Give Him $20An East Texas teenager has been charged with opening fire and killing his family's dogs when his mother refused to give him $20.
Tax Professional Gail Rosen's Advise On How To Fully Prepare For Tax SeasonTax professional Gail Rosen, CPA, shares her secrets for making tax season as painless as possible.
Transportation Officials Refunding $1.7M In TollsThe Texas Department of Transportation has started mailing refund checks to some tollway drivers who were overbilled or billing was wrongly delayed for months.
How To Max Out Your Social SecurityHow does getting more money sound? Laurence Kotlikoff, Philip Moeller and Paul Solomon have three tips for getting the most out of your social security.
Two Arrested After Traffic Stop Unveils $700,000 Hidden In TiresA South Texas traffic stop has led to the discovery of nearly $700,000 hidden in a tire and two arrests.
Nearly $900K Returned To Beaumont Schools After Finance Scam
Audit Criticizes Texas Agency's $105M Contract 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.