If you make the minimum payment on your credit cards each month, get ready to pay more.
New guidelines from the federal government could double your monthly payments. That means, instead of paying only 2 percent of your balance, you'll have to pay up to 4 percent of it.
That would cover interest and fees, and make a dent in your outstanding balance.
Financial advisors say the new policy will force consumers to make wiser spending decisions and get out of debt faster. But some people would rather have more freedom to spend.
Julie Tam, reporting. email@example.com
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead has a warrant out for his arrest after failing to appear in court.
A wreck involving an 18-wheeler and a car backed up traffic for nearly 20 minutes Monday afternoon.
Kilgore police are searching for a man reported as missing who is suffering from a medical condition.
Effective Monday, July 24, Excel ER, a free-standing emergency room located at 6718 South Broadway in Tyler, has suspended all operations. The doors closed officially at 7 a.m. this morning.
Dozens of college students from around the country are spending their summer working in East Texas. It's not an ordinary summer job -- they're trying to lead kids closer to God.