CBS 11 I Team
Two big cities are reviewing their ethics policies after the CBS 11 News I-Team and The Associated Press reported on how their police chiefs were closely linked to a company that won contracts to supply officers with body cameras.
According to Texas law, schools are not required to have carbon monoxide monitors.
According to a police report, obtained by the CBS 11 I-Team, someone reported a man dragging Bryant’s girlfriend from Bryant’s car.
It’s helped tackle dirty laundry, using less energy, less water, and less detergent. However, front-load washing machines may be triggering more service calls, more trouble, and more lawsuits than manufacturers ever expected.
With millions of roses expected to be sold this week for Valentine’s Day, we wanted to know if more expensive roses last long than less expenses ones.
Teachers behaving badly – It’s not a new problem, but new modes of communication are making inappropriate comments and relationships all too easy.
A female teacher sentenced to five years in prison for having group sex with her students. A jury sentenced Brittni Colleps’ in August 2012. Less than two and half years later, the former Kennedale ISD teacher is back home.
Few people buy a car or a home without negotiating the price, so why stop there?
No references – No problem! The CBS 11 I-Team confirms Dallas city staffers never checked a company’s references before awarding a multi-million dollar computer system contract.
If a red light camera catches you breaking the law, you can expect a $75 dollar fine; $100 in some cases if you pay late.
Big changes are in store for Charitable Bingo in Texas.
CBS 11 I-Team Investigative Reporter Mireya Villarreal dug into Quickway’s past, sorting through crash reports and federal inspections.