Dallas Police leaders didn’t investigate the actions of officers involved in a chase that killed a teen girl until the I-Team started asking questions.
She fell in love, got married, and then thanks to a nearly six year old CBS 11 I-Team story, she confirmed her husband wasn’t exactly who he claimed to be.
The CBS 11 I-Team took a closer look at schools in our area, uncovering information on which districts have underground shelters, which don’t and why.
It’s against the law to buy a gun for someone who can’t get it on their own, like a convicted felon or someone who’s mentally ill.
Social media posts from Bryce Reed, the West first responder arrested for possessing bomb making materials, may give some insight into what he was thinking in the days after the explosion.
Our CBS 11 I-Team found some North Texas teachers may actually be teaching their students how to cheat.
The CBS 11 I-Team has been digging into the history of Cardinal Coach Line, Inc., its owners and safety regulations.
Some people living near the Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant are worried drought and increased water use could put them at risk.
Eric Williams has not been named a suspect in the murder of Mike and Cynthia McLelland or Mark Hasse. But the former Justice of the Peace was questioned by police and tested for gun residue.
In theory, having a security officer or monitor at every school sounds like a great idea; but public funding and budgets make that nearly impossible.
In certain cities, your alarm is virtually worthless if you don’t have a permit.
After a gas-fueled fire scored a Lake Highlands home, it took more than two hours for Atmos workers to get the gas shut off.