Rat poison. Talcum powder. Highway paint. These are just some of the ingredients investigators say you could be ingesting if you are buying your medications on line.
A plan to randomly test all police officers for steroids in Arlington, will make the city among the most stringent in North Texas in testing for the drug.
She was shot in the line of duty and left paralyzed. Now, that Fort Worth officer claims the city is trying to take away her benefits. But city leaders say says she’s double-dipping, taking more of your tax dollars than she needs to.
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office reports they retrieved several 9mm bullet fragments from the body of Juan Jesus Guerrero-Chapa.
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.
CBS 11 has learned that deaths and injuries of animals are going unreported in Texas.
CBS 11’s I-Team has obtained a study that says Oncor, the giant electric utility company in North Texas, is collecting hundreds of millions of dollars from customers for federal taxes that don’t exist.
In the wake of the fertilizer explosion in West, some residents who live near The American Plant Food Corp. in Fort Worth have expressed concern; despite the fact that it in no way resembles West Fertilizer Co.
CBS 11 has learned state regulators visited West Fertilizer Co. twice in April. The Office of the Texas State Chemist went to the plant the first week of the month and then came out again after a complaint was filed.
CBS 11’s Ginger Allen spoke exclusively with the owner of the fertilizer plant in West where hundreds were injured Wednesday evening.
Today’s explosions in Boston led to heightened security across the country. It was evident at tonight’s Dallas Maverick’s game, where officers clearly increased their efforts to ensure fan safety.
Toss out all your preconceived notions about identity theft impacting older people in big cities who mainly do business via “snail mail”–i.e. the mailbox. A new government report gives insight on where it’s happening and to whom…and it may not be who, where, or how you think!