I-Team: Dallas Co. Seized Land Two Years Ago, Won’t Say How Owner Can Get It BackJoel Potasznik owns the property and is required to pay taxes on it but for the past two years, he has been forbidden by the Dallas County Fire Marshal to step foot on his land.
I-Team: Midland Train Crash Victims Taking Case To Higher CourtFamily members spent a somber day placing flowers at the scene of the accident, but their mission now is filing a petition with the Supreme Court of Texas to reconsider their wrongful death claims.
Medical Marijuana Weeks Away From Being Sold Legally In TexasTwo years after lawmakers legalized the drug for epilepsy patients, the state has licensed a company operating out of Florida as Knox Medical to dispense the drug.
I-Team: Homebuilders Push Texas Lawmakers To Block Fire Sprinkler RequirementsThe Texas State Fire Marshal says every home should have fire sprinklers but state lawmakers have refused to make it a requirement for new homes.
I-Team Found Personal Information On Old, Donated Cell PhonesPeople replacing old phones don't often know what really happens to the phones when they donate or just throw it away. But, we were able to find enough information to digitally steal the owner's identity.
Family Of North Texas Teen Killed In A Bus Crash Asks For Safer BusesKeith Pelton says he still remembers exactly where he was sitting that day in their family living room when they learned of their daughter's death. The pain is still raw three years later.
I-Team: Cancer Patients Sue Roundup, Claim Ingredient Made Them Sick "There is no medical evidence whatsoever that glyphosate causes cancer," said Monsanto Vice President Scott Partridge. "I regret that these plaintiff lawyers have pointed them in that direction."
Behavioral Health Care Facilities Get A Closer Look After CBS11 I-Team Investigation"Essentially we're treating the mentally ill worse than we treat criminal defendants," said a human rights advocate.
I-Team: Where's The Harvey Donation Money?The Red Cross collected more than $400 million in Harvey relief donations alone, but some donors and flood victims are asking where all the money has gone.
Mockingbird Footbridge To Open 6 Years Behind ScheduleThe City of Dallas will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the $17 million footbridge that crosses over Mockingbird Lane near Central Expressway on Thursday.
Consumer Justice: 'Serial Squatters' Cost Homeowners ThousandsA North Texas couple gaming the system has been evicted from more than a dozen homes in the last few years for not paying.
I-Team: Mother Of Teen Says A North Texas Hospital Worse Than A JailRenee Mauldin made a promise to her granddaughter while hugging her tightly, "I'll never let that happen again Maddie. I promise, never, never."

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