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TX Home Improvement Loans in Texas

Whether you’re adding a new bathroom or an entire floor to your TX home, you need money.  Spending cash on home improvement is money well spent, as it increases the value of your home.  This can mean a higher selling price or more equity to draw against in times of need.  There are many choices in finding the right home improvement loan, including refinancing with cash-out, a home equity loan, or a home equity line of credit (HELOC).  Deciding on the right loan can be a stressful process.  But it doesn’t have to be.  The loan specialists at Somerset Mortgage Lenders can help find the right loan for YOU. 

Local home improvement loan directory for TX :
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Abbott Alice Angleton Arthur City
Abernathy Alief Anna Asherton
Abilene Allen Annona Aspermont
Ace Alleyton Anson Atascosa
Ackerly Allison Anthony Athens
Addison Alpine Anton Atlanta
Adkins Altair Apple Springs Aubrey
Adrian Alto Aquilla Austin
Afton Alvarado Aransas Pass Austwell
Agua Dulce Alvin Archer City Avalon
Aiken Alvord Argyle Avery
Alamo Amarillo Arlington Avinger
Alanreed Amherst Armstrong Avoca
Alba Anahuac Arp Axtell
Albany Anderson Art Azle
Aledo Andrews Artesia Wells

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Texas Appeals Court Overturns Verdict In Vioxx Verdict

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Notorious sex offender arrested again, faces prison
Wesley Wayne Miller, one of Tarrant County's most notorious sexual predators and killers, has been arrested again. Miller is accused of having a secret romantic relationship with a female Tarrant County jailer while in custody, which is a violation of his civil commitment order, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.
Police: Richardson substitute teacher drunk in class

A substitute middle school teacher suspected of being drunk in class was too intoxicated to complete a sobriety test and was arrested, authorities said.


Moms may forfeit kids unless they renounce polygamy
Texas, calling a polygamist sect an abusive environment, is poised to tell its mothers they will lose their children unless they distance themselves from portions of their religion. Some lawyers believe this could mean women would never be able to return to the Yearning for Zion ranch in Eldorado and would have to choose between some of their beliefs and their children. But other experts said adults who have tolerated underage "marriages" of girls to older men and apparently have cast out teenage boys might have forfeited all rights to raise their children - and are lucky to be given a shot at regaining their youngsters.
Mexican police chiefs flee to U.S. for safety
Drug cartel attacks against Mexican police have become so violent and so common that some Mexican police chiefs are seeking safety in the United States. Faced with cartel-sponsored assassinations that have claimed the lives of more than 25 officers since the start of May - including that of Edgar Millán Gómez, head of the federal police - and threats of further retaliation, some Mexican police are quitting their posts. But three times in recent months, leaders of Mexican police have gone further, arriving at U.S. border crossings and applying for political asylum out of fear for their lives, according to Jayson Ahern, deputy commissioner of Customs and Border Protection.
Ants swarm over Houston area, fouling electronics

"There's just thousands and thousands of them. If you've seen a car racing, that's how they are. They're going fast, fast, fast. They're crazy."

Tom Rasberry, , an exterminator, lets "crazy rasberry ants", named after him, crawl on his arm, Tuesday, May 13, 2008, in Deer Park, Texas. via Lexington Herald-Leader


Feds say North Texas family ran fraudulent marriage ring
A 70-year-old Fort Worth woman has been identified by federal authorities as the ringleader of a three-generation family fraud ring that arranged fake marriages to U.S. citizens so foreigners could get legal permanent residence status and later U.S. citizenship. Maria Refugia Camarillo, known as "Cuca," according to a federal indictment, "acted as the main contact for [immigrants] interested in entering into a fraudulent marriage with a member of the conspiracy." One defendant, Diana DeLeon, 34, was married at least 24 times, according to the 29-count indictment.
EDS to cut jobs, stay in Plano under Hewlett-Packard
Even though Hewlett-Packard Co. has agreed to buy Electronic Data Systems Corp., EDS isn't going to disappear in a $13.9 billion puff of smoke. H-P's outsourcing division will be renamed "EDS - an HP company" and EDS will remain headquartered at its offices in Plano. But job cuts of some form are a certainty. EDS chairman, president and chief executive Ron Rittenmeyer, who will remain in charge of the EDS division at H-P, declined in an interview to talk about specific layoff numbers. But he said H-P and EDS, which has about 7,200 workers in the Dallas area, don't have much overlapping business, suggesting that layoffs may not be severe. Some analysts do predict more dramatic cutbacks, though.
2 dead, 1 injured in Dallas home invasion
Two men were killed and a third was wounded early Wednesday in a home invasion. Four men were "hanging out" and playing video games in the 3000 block of June Drive when three suspects burst into the home shortly before 4 a.m., police said. Investigators said the suspects went quickly to a room in the back of the house and apparently did not find what they were looking for. At that point, police said, the intruders shot at the men. Two victims died and a third was wounded. Police took the fourth man, who was uninjured, into protective custody.
Four Hurst teens indicted on capital murder charges

Four teens have been indicted on charges of capital murder on suspicion that they were involved in the slaying of a 20-year-old man near Hurst Junior High School in February. A Tarrant County grand jury returned the indictments Friday against four 17-year-olds: Miguel Alcorta, James Dallas Hudgins, Cary John Adair and Scott Thomas Defee, all of Hurst. Three juveniles have also been charged in the case. The four remained in the Tarrant County Jail on Monday, with bail for each set at $500,000.


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