Dondre Johnson is charged with Theft and Abuse of Corpse, but that’s not stopping him from working funerals.
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.
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.
Problems piling up for Dallas’ police patrol cars. Now, the CBS 11 I-team has uncovered, the company that was hired to update the computers inside those city cars can be tied back to indicted County Commissioner John Wiley Price.
Police officers’ lives at risk. Your safety at risk. All because of a computer system that some say still doesn’t work right.
You’ve probably donated some items after cleaning out your closet. New options are popping up all over. But, the CBS 11 I-Team has learned you can’t judge every donation bin by its cover.
The CBS 11 I-Team has been digging into the mistakes made every year at your neighborhood pharmacies. After a recent investigation pharmacists reached out to the I-Team to explain some things and to tell patients the one thing they can do to help save their life.
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
The question at stores used to be “paper or plastic?” Now it’s “paper or e-mail?” E-mailed receipts are convenient and they get rid of clutter, they could have a hidden cost if you’re not careful.
Fort Worth Police are doubling up on their security detail for Mayor Betsy Price. Two officers will now accompany her to all public events. The civil servants will be part of a dignitary protection unit.
Recent construction at Dallas Love Field has caused emotional turbulence in the neighborhoods surrounding the airport.
Not content with the way the federal government is securing the border or with sitting by and doing nothing about it, a team of volunteers are patrolling private ranches in South Texas looking for people coming into the country illegally.