Yes, We Will Sign For That

Police departments offer to hold holiday packages to curb theft Police departments across North Texas are attempting to curb porch thefts by allowing residents to send their holiday packages to their offices. “Yes, we’ll sign for that.” That’s the message from the Wylie Police Department, which is among several North Texas police departments offering to…

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He never missed a payment, but the bank still foreclosed on his home anyway Homeowners say they’re being preyed upon by mortgage industry NEW ORLEANS – Marcus Green knows the stress and anger of a customer-service nightmare. The repetitive phone calls to a string of service agents, each telling him something different. Letters demanding a…

DEA and partners hold National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on October 27, 2018

DEA aims to dispose of 10 million pounds of unused pills DALLAS – Clyde E. Shelley, Jr. the Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s Dallas Division announced that the DEA Dallas Field Division is partnering with national, state, local, and tribal law enforcement officials, as well as community coalition groups, during its 16th National Prescription Drug…

Habitat to build affordable storage container community

https://media.wfaa.com/embeds/video/2735899/iframe The North Collin County Habitat for Humanity is embarking on a project that hasn’t been done before. The project comes just as the program celebrates its 25-year history in the community. Plans call for a 35-unit storage container community in east McKinney. “They said, how can we maximize this piece of property to the…

Robin Hood Tax: Where does the money go?

Every year, property-rich districts in Texas are required to give up millions of their tax dollars. It’s because of a law called Robin Hood, a way for richer districts to financially support poorer ones. Have your property taxes gone up? You’re not alone. That money goes to pay for things like local schools. But, every…

Dallas-Fort Worth cities have longest commute times in Texas

The good news is, you could commute a mere 16.3 minutes to work. The bad news is, you’d have to live in Lubbock. The flatland West Texas city has the fastest average commute in the state, according to the latest rankings. Dallas-Fort Worth area cities, conversely, ranked among the slowest commutes, with Garland winning the dubious…