Police Told To Leave Protective Gear BehindThe I-Team has learned the officers assigned to the rally in downtown Dallas last July - where five officers were killed and nine wounded - were told not to wear certain heavy protective gear because it would make them look too “militaristic.”
I-Team: WWII Veteran Fights For Purple HeartSeven decades have passed but Shelby Dawson still remembers his second morning on Guam like it was yesterday.
Self-Driving Car Crash Raises Questions About SafetyA Dallas man says his car drove him straight into a guardrail at 80-miles-an-hour.
I-Team Update: Does Your Washing Machine Smell?If you’ve ever noticed a really bad smell or slimy mold in your washing machine, you could soon be getting a check for your trouble.
I-TEAM: Choosing A Mosquito RepellantCreams, sprays, bottles and repellant bands... with so many choices, what mosquito repellant works best? The I-Team tells you!
North Texas Ministry Draws Questions About Finances, Treatment of MembersAt first glance, the new, 280-acre development in far eastern Kaufman County looks like just another well-manicured neighborhood, with newly-paved roads and an elaborate community center. But it's not.
I-Team Shines Light On Dark Interstate 45If you’ve traveled along I-45 north or southbound, near downtown Dallas, you know it’s a bustling stretch of road in the daytime...and an almost blinding stretch, in places, at night.
Is Your Jewelry Real?What would you do if you found out the stone in one of your favorite jewelry pieces is mostly glass?
How Long Will It Take Police To Get To You In An Emergency?The I-Team, in a months-long investigation, has found that many police departments in north Texas are taking longer to reach extreme emergencies, such as a robbery in progress, when lives may be at risk.
I-Team Update: Popular Kids Store Faces Federal LawsuitA lawsuit has been filed against a well-known North Texas store following an I-Team investigation.
What's Brewing In Your Coffee Maker?You could be brewing up more than you realize in your morning cup of coffee or tea.
Brine Good For Icy Roads, But Bad For Your CarDays before the storm hit, TXDOT trucks pre-treated roads with a brine, a mixture of salt and water.