Hacked! Teen’s Life Savings Stolen, Bank Gives Run-AroundWhen hackers stole a North Texas teenager's life savings and the bank wouldn't help, she called CBS11 Consumer Justice reporter Cristin Severance.
Buyer Beware: Cars Damaged By Harvey May Flood MarketplaceThousands of vehicles destroyed in Hurricane Harvey may soon be sold to unsuspecting buyers in North Texas.
Warning: Harvey-Related Scams On The RiseReports of fraud are on the rise as Tropical Storm Harvey flood waters are receding.
Parents Often Kept In Dark About Schools' Vaccine RatesThe number of Texas families deciding not to vaccinate their school-age children has quadrupled in the past decade, according to state health records.
Investigation Finds Lack Of Oversight For School Fire DrillsIn part two of our investigation, CBS11 Consumer Justice reporter Cristin Severance reveals no one from the state is checking to make sure the school districts are doing enough fire drills.
Some North Texas Schools Falling Short On Required Fire DrillsA Consumer Justice Back to School investigation found some school districts in North Texas are not following through on the required amount of fire drills.
Consumer Justice: Electricity Bill ShockerTina Hudson was billed more than $8,000 over two years for electricity in her small Fort Worth apartment.
Police Misconduct Cases Costing Dallas Taxpayers MillionsIn the past five years, the City of Dallas has spent more than $10.8 million to settle lawsuits against Dallas police officers.
Another Pedestrian Hit As Opening Of Mockingbird Footbridge Delayed AgainThe opening of the highly anticipated $17 million Mockingbird pedestrian bridge was been delayed yet again.
Customers Claim Major Financial Giants Lured Them Into Money LossNearly 1,000 consumer will soon receive a check from the United States Bankruptcy Court, and two well-known national companies have agreed to a multi-million settlement in connection with this case.
Hot Route Owner Facing New Theft ChargesChris Cassels, the owner of Hot Route Delivery Specialists, is facing theft of service charges. Investigators with the Denton County District Attorney's Office said that Cassels turned himself in on Monday morning.
Hit-And-Run Deaths Increase Despite Tougher PunishmentsAccording to state crash records, hit-and-run deaths in the Dallas-Fort Worth area have increased 85 percent since 2012.