Wise Co. Residents Outraged By Water Rate HikeThousands of people living around Lake Bridgeport in Wise County will start paying 66 percent more for water next month.
North Texas Sees Spike In 'Can You Hear Me Now' ScamWe have a Consumer Justice alert after a big spike in the number of Can You Hear Me Now scam complaints in North Texas.
IRS Warns Of Tax Return ID TheftIt's tax season and that means scammers are trying to cash in on your return.
I-Team Update: State Rep Pushes To Make Healthcare Facilities Inspections AccessibleA State Representative is pushing a bill that if passed, would make state inspections and substantiated complaints easily accessible by the public.
Dallas BBB Warns Of Websites Selling Counterfeit GearThe Dallas BBB is warning consumers about websites selling bogus baseball, basketball and football jerseys. Shoppers complain that their merchandise either never shows up or, if it does, it's a knockoff.
Lights Out! Drivers Call I-35E In Lewisville DangerousThe interstate is under construction in Lewisville, part of the I-35E Express Project. The overhead highway lights are out throughout a stretch of the highway running through Dallas County.
Fake Check Scheme Impacts Local BusinessLilly Brandwine is cautious, but a recent offer sounded good. It came in the form of an email from someone claiming to represent Car Wrap City, offering to pay her to wrap a car with a Heineken logo.
State Seeks Students Impacted By Driving School ClosuresThe Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation is trying to contact more than 360 students after two driving schools, one in Euless and another in Irving, suddenly shut down.
Who Pays For Storm Cleanup If It's Not Your Fault?Residents are cleaning up after a few days of wild weather. But, many times, the biggest headache isn't dealing with the damage -- it's trying to figure out who is going to pay for it.
Roofing Legislation Calls For Voluntary Certification SystemTexas is the only Gulf state that has zero roofing regulations, but a new bill being considered by state lawmakers could change that. The legislation is calling for a voluntary certification system.
Complaints Against Fort Worth Company Growing After Consumer Justice ReportDelivery drivers in Baltimore and Philadelphia say they too are owed money by a Fort Worth business. The same business is accused of giving bad checks to local drivers.
Delivery Drivers Owed Thousands From Fort Worth CompanyDozens of Amazon drivers say they are owed tens of thousands of dollars for deliveries for which they were never paid. Former employees say it's happening all over the country.