The University of Texas Center for Identity said that it is using $5 million in state money for a resource center that will allow Texans to better deal with ID theft and online fraud.
Two more North Texas residents have been sentenced to federal prison — one for 18 months and another for 27 months — in a bank loan fraud scam that started in 2007.
A father and son from Grand Prairie were convicted last October of running a $1.4 million Medicare billing scam. They must now each serve more than a decade in prison.
A man from DeSoto has pleaded guilty to fraud in a $5 million staged traffic accident scheme that has been going since 2005. He now faces up to 30 years in prison.
An employee of a financial firm pleaded guilty to wire fraud and has been sentenced to spend more than four years in prison for trying to embezzle nearly $1.3 million.
A lawyer from Allen was sentenced by a federal judge on Monday to seven months in prison and must repay more than $2.1 million for his role in a bank loan fraud scam.
A Dallas convenience store owner and manager are charged in a $1.9 million food stamp scheme.
Federal prosecutors say seven people have been charged in a North Texas identity theft ring that gained access to the personal information of 1,100 Fannie Mae customers.
A businessman from Colleyville who fled to Greece after pleading guilty to running a Ponzi scheme has been returned and sentenced to more than 17 years in a U.S. prison.
A Dallas psychologist has pleaded guilty in a nearly $2 million federal workers health care scam including false claims of treating a patient daily for years.
There’s new information involving an investigation at the troubled school co-founded by former Dallas Cowboy Deion Sanders.
The credit card processing company for Neiman Marcus informed the retailer in mid-December about a possibility of customers experiencing unauthorized payment card activity after making purchases at Neiman Marcus Group stores.