CBS 11 Investigators
The LBJ freeway in North Dallas is not a fun place to be right now. But for some 100 homeowners, there is no avoiding the construction mess…they nearly live on top of the LBJ Express Project.
It was supposed to make entering and exiting Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport faster and more convenient. But five months after going online, the airport’s $56 million parking system is still experiencing problems
Behind the smoke… behind the fire… there was confusion, flawed communications and a sense that things were getting out of control.
Frustrated neighbors in a new south Dallas subdivision say the Dallas Police Department didn’t do enough when they called to report a drug house.
Clothes, coffee and cocktails — the CBS 11 I-Team uncovered how some Fort Worth city employees are using your tax dollars to buy stuff like that, even though it’s supposed to be against the rules.
Recent construction at Dallas Love Field has caused emotional turbulence in the neighborhoods surrounding the airport.
A McKinney military veteran has waited nearly a year for the Department of Veterans Affairs to act on her disability claim while facing eviction notices from the landlord of her McKinney apartment complex.
When you picture a police officer in action, you probably think of someone responding to a shooting or chasing a bad guy down an alley… But in Fort Worth, being a police officer might also mean sitting on a camel in Dubai, hanging with the “blokes” in Australia or taking in the scenery in Brazil.
Would you stick your arm in a cage filled with 150 hungry Southern House mosquitoes, which are the very that carry the West Nile virus? Thankfully you don’t have to, because researchers did just that to help the CBS 11 I-Team.
One day after a deadly explosion at a fertilizer plant in the town of West, some Texans are realizing how they skirted the line between life and death. One man broke down while talking to a CBS 11 News crew.
The CBS 11 I-Team has been looking into the issue of pipeline safety for months. On Thursday we found out firsthand when it took nearly two hours for Atmos crews to show up and fix a gas line that was hit in east Fort Worth.
A billion dollars worth of your tax money is on the line, and the agency overseeing that money is now under fire for missed deadlines, questionable spending and not enough oversight.