Holiday Gift Ideas For The Techie In Your LifeBlack Friday is almost here, and CNET has some technology ideas that might make a perfect gift this season.
Consumer Justice: FTC Issues $6 Million Fine Over Free TrialsTarr, Inc. was built upon a "scheme" that "tricked customers" into giving their credit card information, while hiding the terms and conditions to which they were agreeing.
100+ People Respond To Consumer Justice Report On Beauty Cream ScamThose free trials end up enrolling people in costly monthly subscriptions they weren't expecting.
Consumer Justice Investigates Multi-Million Dollar Beauty Cream BusinessThousands of customers say they didn't know they were also being enrolled in costly monthly subscriptions.
I-Team Found Personal Information On Old, Donated Cell PhonesMore than 150 million phones will be recycled, donated or thrown away this year, more and more people are buying the new, latest models.
Red Muscato Grapes Are Perfect For The FallRed Muscato grapes are perfect for the fall season. Get the scoop from food contributor Tony Tantillo.
Toys R Us Coupon Glitch Upsets ShoppersSome North Texas shoppers are upset after their orders using a coupon code were canceled by the toy store.
Demand For Astros World Champs Gear Overwhelms RetailersSeems like every person in Houston wants a world champs shirt and hat.
Louis Vuitton To Open Factory In Johnson CountyLouis Vuitton is the world's most valuable luxury brand, experts say.
Web Extra: Extended Interview With Officer Matt PearceAn extended interview with Fort Worth officer Matt Pearce by Doug Dunbar.
Officer Shot In Line Of Duty Close To Returning To StreetOnly on CBS11, Fort Worth officer Matt Pearce shares his story of recovery and his goal of returning to being an officer on the street.
Movember: North Texas Father Speaks On His Battle With Testicular CancerCBS 11's Scott Padgett spoke to one North Texas man about his battle with testicular cancer during Movember.
Breezy Tuesday On TapWe'll warm up to about 70 degrees.
I-Team: CBS11 Investigates Claims Of 'Double-Dipping' DeputiesYour tax dollars pay their salaries. But a CBS11 investigation found some Tarrant County precinct 8 deputy constables sometimes working private security jobs at the same time they were being paid to be working for the county.
Fort Worth Aiming To Bridge Gap Between Police And CommunitiesFort Worth’s Task Force on Race and Culture met Monday night for a progress report from the police department on initiatives and policy changes in dealing with minority communities.