I-Team: Feds To Question Everman ISD About Special EdAs part of its probe into whether student with disabilities in Texas are receiving the special education services they need, the U.S. Department of Education will visit a dozen Texas school districts in the coming months.
Explosion Victims Question Arson RulingMore than three years after one of the deadliest fires in state history, ruled arson by the federal government, no suspect has been caught, no motive established and no substantial reward posted for leads.
I-Team: You May Be Paying More Than Others When Shopping OnlineThe type of computer you use, your online search history, even your zip code have all been used by online retailers to determine what price you pay when you shop online.
Tax Settlement Gives New Life To HospitalThe only hospital in Glen Rose, for months in danger of closing because of a tax dispute with the nearby Comanche Peak Nuclear Plant, has received a financial shot in the arm following a settlement.
I-Team: Feds Consider Kratom BanSome call it an herbal supplement, but the government may soon call it an illegal drug. In Texas, Kratom has been sipped, steeped, and swallowed legally for years. It is used in liquid and powdered forms.
Hospital On Life Support... As Nuclear Plant Fights Tax BillMore than 8,000 people on the Glen Rose Medical Center as their only local hospital.
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!
I-Team: Teens Turning To Flower Seeds To Get HighYoung people are posting videos all over YouTube about their experiences after eating flower seeds.
I-Team: Dallas Company Mailing Mysterious DeviceYou've likely heard of having your identity stolen or your banking account taken over, but what about someone "becoming you" on line? A new device may be helping some people, and companies, do just that.
IRS Imposters Confess To CBS11 I-TeamJust minutes before claiming to be a criminal, the man on the phone told Allen she had reached the Internal Revenue Service. He said his name was Officer Steve Jones. Once we identified ourselves, his story changed.
Police Cam Video Shows Man Rolling in StreetCBS 11’s I-Team has obtained new video – this time from a police dash camera – that shows a patrol officer walk by a man lying in the street, hours before the man died.