I-Team Investigation Leads To Criminal Case Dismissal Against CoachAn investigation by the CBS 11's I-Team has resulted in a criminal case being dropped against a popular North Texas coach of young girls.
McDonald's: We Swear Those 'Minions' Aren't SwearingMcDonald's says there are no plans to take a talking Happy Meal toy out of distribution, even though some customers say it sounds like it uses curse words.
Police Chief Accused Of Violating Social Media Policy With Foul LanguageSome officers are accusing Dallas Police Chief David Brown of violating the department's social media policy. The Chief has apologized on Twitter for posting foul language.
Rookie TV Reporter Fired For On-Air ProfanityA weekend news anchorman for a Bismarck television station says he was fired after he opened his first-ever broadcast with obscenities.
Family Wants DISD Teacher Punished For Alleged AttackA father claimed that his 15-year-old son was struck by a DISD teacher after getting in trouble, and said that the school has done nothing about the incident.
Grapevine Says No To %$#@*& In Front Of KidsEveryone standing near two arguing families at one of Grapevine’s new spray parks was sprayed with a string of profanity on Sunday. Now a woman has to answer to Grapevine police.
$#*! My Boss Says, Is It Okay To Curse At Work?The short answer is sure, why not? The long answer is another story entirely. It depends on a lot of factors, such as where, in what situations, how frequently, how does it fit with your company's culture, and is that the image you want to project?
Fines $600+ For Cursing Mesquite StudentSome North Texas students might think twice the next time they want to mouth off in school. In October, a Mesquite student was slapped with a $340 fine, after a teacher reported her for shouting foul language.