4 Convicted In $16M Drug Money Laundering Scheme In TexasInvestigators say four men have been convicted in a $16 million drug money laundering scheme involving funds wired from North Texas to Mexico.
Dallas BBB Warns Of Zika-Related ScamsThe Dallas Better Business Bureau is alerting consumers about a number of scams popping up in regard to the Zika virus.
North Texan Gets Nearly 6 Years For Disabled Veteran ScamA Collin County businessman must serve nearly six years in prison for stealing a disabled veteran's identity and using the information to seek $2.7 million in government contracts.
Texas Businessman Admits To Bilking NY Lender Out Of $830KA Texas businessman has pleaded guilty to bilking a western New York lender out of more than $800,000 in a highway construction scam.
Scam Involving Supposed Deaf Mom & Son In Wheelchair Hits TexasA deaf mom with a dead husband and a son in a wheelchair needs help. It's a story so sad it almost tricked a recent college graduate looking for a job. The scam popped up on on a popular website used by moms across North Texas.
Scam Warning In Wake Of Dallas Officer AmbushAttorney General Ken Paxton is encouraging citizens who want to donate to the victims of the Dallas police shootings to give compassionately, but give carefully.
Trump Seeks To Block Release Of Trump University TestimonyA federal judge who has been a target of Donald Trump's scorn must decide whether to release videos of the presumed Republican presidential nominee testifying in a lawsuit about the now-defunct Trump University
Delivery Driver Drops Off Pizza, Picks Up Customer's Wallet On-CameraMore than 600 hundred dollars for three pizzas; that's what a Garland family says it costs them after a delivery driver was caught on camera stealing a wallet.
Texas-Sized Odometer Fraud; Lease Owners Caught Doing RollbacksEverything is bigger in Texas, especially odometer fraud. The Lone Star state ranks second in the country for rollbacks, costing drivers $600 million dollars a year, according to Carfax.
IRS Imposters Confess To CBS11 I-TeamJust minutes before claiming to be a criminal, the man on the phone told Allen she had reached the Internal Revenue Service. He said his name was Officer Steve Jones. Once we identified ourselves, his story changed.
Texan Gets 7 Years For Craigslist Airline Jobs ID ScamA North Texas man must serve seven years in prison for running a Craigslist airlines jobs scam and stealing personal information from applicants.
Jamaican Man Gets Prison For Texas Sweepstakes ScamA man from Jamaica must serve more than six years in a U.S. prison for a sweepstakes scam that cheated a Texan out of $300,000. Andre Hugh Saunders is also ordered to repay more than $505,000 to victims of the scheme.