CBS 11 Investigators
When you go to the doctor you want them to give you something to make you feel better. But for some patients, the cure may be much worse than what they came in with.
For the first time in months, Dondre Johnson was back in court.
Cities run red light camera programs, and expect drivers to pay up. But the CBS 11 I-Team uncovered some of those cities aren’t practicing what they preach.
VA clinics in Dallas, Fort Worth and Bonham are under scrutiny from an audit team this week.
The new seismologist for the Railroad Commission of Texas hopes to know within a year what’s causing hundreds of earthquakes in Parker and Tarrant counties.
Fort Worth taxpayers paid more than $10,000 so that two city police officers, both unarmed, could travel seven days with Mayor Betsy Price to Australia, the CBS 11 I-Team has learned.
Hours after Ivan Lopez’s death, Fort Hood Army Lt. Colonel Mark Milley admitted they were still trying to figure out who Lopez was.
It snakes through North Texas, buried or in the process of being buried, drawing little attention for anyone other than the people who live and work near it.
Since 2006, Chevron has reported dozens of incidents where its natural gas pipelines have been hit, according to records from state and local agencies — and the incidents have caused millions of dollars in property damage.
Five officers have been terminated or resigned from the Joshua Police Department in the past few months — a department which has 14 officers fully staffed.
Dallas police say a man raped a woman, stole her phone, and used it to send her family explicit messages.
An Arlington family says the school district will not allow a six-year-old with autism to take a life-saving device to school.