New Homeowners Feel Duped By Offline DevelopmentIt's one of the fastest growing areas in North Texas, but homeowners say their development of the future is missing one thing--high-speed Internet!
Pharmacists Point Finger At ‘Middlemen’ For Soaring Drug CostsChances are you expect to get a fair price when you go to the pharmacy, especially if you have insurance.
Facility Fees Costing Some Patients ThousandsA visit to the doctor today could cost you thousands of dollars next year. More and more people are getting big bills, months after their appointments, for a little-known fee. The charge isn't for your doctor -- but the building.
Assault Victim: ‘Wow, We Just Got Attacked By The Sheriff'College student Caleb Tomgenovich said it all began with an exchange of dirty looks in the Whataburger parking lot, after he said one of the sheriff’s friends pulled up too close to him.
Father Forgives Road Rage Driver In Crash That Killed His SonA Garland man pleaded guilty Friday for his involvement in a road rage crash that killed 14-year-old Blake Casbeer.
Consumer Justice: Customers Upset With Security CompanyLauren McCall and Cameron Aston of Gainesville were in the market for a home security system. So, they didn't mind too much when a Vivint salesman stopped by unannounced in late April.
Old Police Cars Too Easy To Buy For Fake CopsA Dallas driver told the CBS11 I-Team he believes a man impersonating a police officer, who pulled him over, will do it again.
Consumer Justice Investigates Network Of Professional PanhandlersA viewer tip led CBS11 to uncover a network of professional panhandlers in Dallas.
North Texas Road Rage Crashes At An All-Time HighIn 2016, road rage was blamed for 362 crashes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area - more than a hundred more than just five years ago according to state crash records.
Keller ISD Says It Didn't Know About Buses Needing RepairA Consumer Justice investigative report alerted the school district to the safety concerns.
Some Keller ISD School Bus Drivers Say Vehicles Aren't SafeBad brakes, no horns, and broken stop signs. Some Keller ISD bus drivers say they feel unsafe on the roads.
Fighting Cancer When They’re Not Fighting FiresFirst responders in North Texas are appealing for better protection.