Days before the storm hit, TXDOT trucks pre-treated roads with a brine, a mixture of salt and water.
More than six months after police found five dead bodies rotting in the Johnson Family Mortuary in Fort Worth, the CBS 11 I-Team has uncovered the Johnson twins are working funerals again.
Sirens, high speeds are a recipe for big accidents. That’s why one local ambulance company has a new system it hopes will keep people safer by preventing accidents before they ever happen.
Most people don’t ask for a raise, but experts say the key to getting one is being prepared.
The CBS 11 I-Team put 18 used and new Carbon Monoxide Detectors to test at the Grand Prairie Fire Department.
Cities run red light camera programs, and expect drivers to pay up. But the CBS 11 I-Team uncovered some of those cities aren’t practicing what they preach.
The Dallas Fire Fighters’ Association is calling for a new investigation, because they believe at least one, or maybe several, Dallas firefighters may not be telling the truth about what happened on the morning Stan Wilson died.
What’s worse – this could happen to any of us, a sickening medical bill.
It’s the tale of two law enforcement agencies – The City of Dallas vs. Dallas County. At issue is a records management system used inside patrol cars that give law enforcement agencies access to critical information or help them book criminals.
More than four months after a Oncor utility crew accidentally burned down his home in Burleson, Pete Cason lost his battle with cancer Monday.
If you live in the Fort Worth school district, you’re still paying for the former superintendent’s car and cell phone bill.
As with any low-quality school program students may enroll in, online schools may saddle people with debt for something that won’t help in the long run.