Walmart Pay expanded its reach to around 1,000 stores on Tuesday after rolling out in Texas and Arkansas.
Donald Trump may not be perfect, but he'd be much better for the country than Hillary Clinton, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses Texas voters' approving the building of a high school football stadium that seats 12-thousand people.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports the April 2013 blast at a Texas fertilizer plant was caused by a fire that was intentionally set.
A loose calf led Stephenville police officers on a nearly two-mile run across the city.
Sam Wyly engaged in "deceptive and fraudulent actions" in a scheme to dodge taxes on more than $1 billion in offshore trusts, a judge ruled.
McKinney School District will construct a football stadium that seats 12-thousand fans.
Ride-hailing drivers for Uber and Lyft in Austin were not working Monday after the companies lost a vote over fingerprint checks for drivers.
The city will mandate stricter rules, including fingerprint background checks on drivers and emblems on the cars.
Several recalls were announced this week, including an expanded recall of Takata air bags.
Austin voters will decide on Saturday whether to require ride hailing companies to conduct fingerprint background checks.
The Texas senator made the announcement following a strong Indiana showing by Donald Trump.
Former GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry tells CNBC the nomination path for Ted Cruz is shrinking but there's still hope.
The one-time presidential hopeful recently endorsed Cruz calling him a 'strong, inspirational' leader.
The crash in oil prices has brought a major economic hangover to states that are big energy producers.
The fast food chain is testing the 'Grand Mac' and 'Mac Jr.' in Texas and Ohio stores.
The Power Lunch panel discuss the massive flooding that took place in Houston.
At least 1,000 people taken from apartment complexes in the north part of the city were being ferried by city buses to a shelter, the mayor said.
There was 10 inches of rainfall in just six hours, reports NBC News.
Texas and Oklahoma were bracing Monday for a second round of severe storms and hail the size of tennis balls, reports NBC News.