Galveston's largest employer, a university hospital, will cut 3,800 jobs.
Volunteers with the charity group use converted school buses to prepare food for the needy – currently in a part of Louisiana still reeling from hurricane damage.
Prejudice lingers, but there’s evidence it’s becoming a thing of the past.
The number ballooned amid the banking bailout. Tax hikes may lie ahead.
In a faltering economy, many families are teaching kids the value of frugal living.