Nonprofit organization Goodwill Industries Inc. is working with federal officials to investigate a possible security breach.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott has asked the U.S. Homeland Security secretary for $30 million so Texas can send more state troopers to the Texas-Mexico border to provide security while the Border Patrol is contending with an immigration surge.
People with accounts on the enrollment website for President Barack Obama’s signature health care law are being told to change their passwords.
A North Texas doctor is learning from what happened in Boston last year and using those lessons to better protect runners here in Dallas/Fort Worth. In fact, he’s implemented parts of Boston’s emergency response plan into Fort Worth’s Cowtown Marathon.
Security is tight at Fort Hood where a memorial ceremony will be held a week after a gunman fired on fellow soldiers, killing three and wounding 16.
A former Plano School District security manager, who was hired to keep kids safe, stole millions from the district.
The forecast is sunny for those interested in criminal justice in the DFW area. “The Dallas Police Department is looking to hire 250 officers and Lubbock is looking to hire 70 officers,” said Johnny Nhan.
Many consumers are still feeling the effects of last year’s massive data breach at Target, Neiman Marcus and other stores.
Two meetings are being held in north Oak Cliff to discuss raising taxes on businesses in the area. While that news isn’t shocking, believe it or not most businesses are onboard with the idea.
Neiman Marcus says 1.1 million debit and credit cards used at its stores may have been compromised in a security breach last year.
Major League Baseball has told its 30 teams they must implement security screening for fans by then, either with hand-held metal detection or walk-through magnetometers.
CBS 11 News has confirmed that the Secret Service is investigating the security breach involving stolen credit card and debit card information from potentially millions of Target customers.