CBS 11 Investigators
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.
Some private companies and the government are now trying to make the flying process easier for qualified flyers.
The CBS 11 I-Team is uncovering dozens of cases where someone was exposed to a TASER by a Fort Worth police officer and seriously injured.
The I-Team has learned the Fort Worth Transportation Authority, known as “The T,” has postponed parts of the “TEX Rail” commuter line, again, after years of delays and a $15 million commitment to plan and design it.
Buses began moving inmates from the minimum-security Dawson State Jail Thursday morning, after months of CBS 11 investigations and debates from lawmakers.
The Arlington Police Department has vowed to enhance its drug testing policy after three officers were federally investigated.
Concerned resident say documents show 100 dogs were diagnosed with distemper after leaving one Fort Worth Animal Shelter.