Do you hate those red light cameras? Well, you’re not alone. As of today, more than 10,000 voters in Arlington have signed a petition, trying to get the cameras turned off.
You may think convicted criminals out on parole are forced to wear GPS monitors and tracked all the time. But the CBS 11 I-Team uncovered, that’s not always the case.
Fort Worth ISD is in full search mode, looking for their next leader. It’s their fourth superintendent in just ten years.
When you think of bingo – You might think of your sweet 80-year-old grandmother going to play bingo at a church down the street. It helps her pass the time and stay social.
The parents of the teen who drove drunk and caused a crash that killed four people last summer will pay only a small percentage for his rehabilitation treatment.
Dallas County confirmed Friday they have eight total deaths related to the H1N1 flu virus.
The Veterans Administration says they’re working hard to fix their backlog of medical claims. But the CBS 11 I-Team has uncovered a new problem faced by veterans and their families.
Chauffeured rides in Las Vegas, 5-star hotels in Paris, or drinks in Dubai with a $1,300 bar tab — sounds like a great way to travel, right? The CBS 11 I-Team is now exposing this is how your customer dollars are being spent by top executives and board members of DFW International Airport.
You wouldn’t put a gun in the hands of a criminal. But an ATF expert says that’s exactly what happens when a gun store allows a straw purchase.
The CBS 11 I-Team has uncovered new information on the steroids scandal out of Arlington. Three officers have been connected to a federal investigation.
When you picture a police officer in action, you probably think of someone responding to a shooting or chasing a bad guy down an alley… But in Fort Worth, being a police officer might also mean sitting on a camel in Dubai, hanging with the “blokes” in Australia or taking in the scenery in Brazil.
Days after the Moore, Oklahoma tornado donations from across the country poured into the American Red Cross. But a watchdog group that keeps a close eye on non-profits, like the Red Cross, raised some red flags when they realized not all of the money would go to the victims of the Moore disaster.