Could A Co-Pay Curb Emergency Room Abuse?A U.S. Representative is weighing in on the idea of charging a co-pay to Medicaid patients who go to North Texas hospital emergency rooms for non-emergency reasons.
Non-Emergency Visits Costing North Texas Taxpayers MillionsA Consumer Justice investigation found millions of taxpayer dollars paying for Medicaid patients to use the emergency room for non-emergency medical attention.
New Questions About Appraisal Process For Tarrant County BusinessesA big tax bill from Tarrant County threatened an Arlington man's garage door repair business. "Do I close the business? Do I say 'they finally got me'?"
Claire's Says No Asbestos Found In MakeupThis announcement comes more than a week after the children's retailer pulled nine items from store shelves over asbestos concerns.
Promoter Under Fire for Overselling ConcertHundreds of people have the blues after they said they were turned away from a Fort Worth concert, even though they had tickets. Many blame the Blues Bowl's promoter, saying he intentionally oversold the event.
Fort Worth Couple Upset Over Disaster Code On Credit ReportConsumer Justice has an alert about something showing up on credit reports all over Texas.
Consumer Justice: Could You Spot A Flood Car?Insurance experts say some private owners and car lots will try to sell those flood cars to unsuspecting buyers without disclosing the car's dangerous past.
Consumer Justice Investigates Multi-Million Dollar Beauty Cream BusinessThousands of customers say they didn't know they were also being enrolled in costly monthly subscriptions.
I-Team Found Personal Information On Old, Donated Cell PhonesPeople replacing old phones don't often know what really happens to the phones when they donate or just throw it away. But, we were able to find enough information to digitally steal the owner's identity.
Consumer Justice: Lawmaker Wants Serial Squatters Stopped"The level of fraud being perpetrated on innocent Texans was alarming to me," said State Representative Rodney Anderson (R) Grand Prairie. Representative Anderson says the "serial nature" of this should be criminal.
Consumer Justice: Serial Squatters Accused Of Abandoning Their DogsDallas rescue group Paws in the City is now working with Barney's Ranch to find Milo and Molly a new home. "These two are just looking to give a lot of love to some household out there. We'd love to help out," said Mark Verma.
Consumer Justice: 'Serial Squatters' Cost Homeowners ThousandsA North Texas couple gaming the system has been evicted from more than a dozen homes in the last few years for not paying.