Some Businesses Using Loopholes To Stay Open During Coronavirus-Related Shutdowns"This isn’t just a legal question. It’s a moral question," says University of Texas at Dallas Law Professor Mike Maslanka.
Social Security Recipients Who Don't Normally File Tax Returns Will Still Get $1,200 Stimulus CheckThe payments will be automatically deposited into their bank accounts.
Workers Across North Texas Concerned Some Employers Not Doing Enough To Prevent Spread Of CoronavirusA local law professor says employees should address concerns with their bosses. If that doesn't work, file a complaint with OSHA.
It's Still Unclear If People On Social Security Need To File Tax Return To Get $1,200 Stimulus CheckThe CBS 11 I-Team contacted the IRS for clarification. An IRS official said more information will be released in the coming day about this issue.
North Texas Face Mask Maker Victimized By Fake Websites During Coronavirus OutbreakA surge in demand for face masks is also creating a surge in fraud against a North Richland Hills company.
Fort Worth, Irving And Plano Police Using Controversial Facial Recognition App On 'Trial Basis'Clearview AI’s groundbreaking facial recognition app can match an image of an unknown person to their online photos, along with links to where those photos came from.
New North Texas Homeowners Hit With Unexpected Tax: 'We Would Not Be Living Here'A PID allows a city or county to charge a builder to develop roads, water, sewage, sidewalks, etc. A builder can pass that cost on to buyers and you'll see it on your property taxes.
I-Team: Texas DMV Made $3M Last Year Selling Drivers' Personal InformationThe information sold includes drivers’ names, addresses, phone numbers, emails and vehicle identification information.
DNA Databases Testing The Limits Of PrivacyThe new technology is turning cold cases red hot, solving dozens of cases across the nation including one in Fort Worth.
Most North Texas School Districts Fail To Apply For Federal Money To Improve SafetyTwo years after the passage of the STOP School Violence Act, only four North Texas districts have received any of the money.
North Texas Schools Cracking Down On Vaping, 5,041 Discipline Incidents Reported In 2019Struggling to keep up with the rise in teen vaping, North Texas schools are fighting back with more tools and harsher discipline.
Animal Advocates Say Dallas Turning Blind Eye To Dog Fighting“Why you would allow someone to take a pass on continuing to own animals after they've been involved in crimes using animals. It makes no sense."
I-Team: Cyber Security Expert Warns 'It's Not Safe To Purchase Gift Cards'Gift cards are not only one of the hottest items for gift givers and gift recipients but also for thieves. One cyber security expert tells CBS 11 all unpackaged gift cards on store shelves should all be destroyed.
Recruiting Scams Targeting North Texans: 'I Thought I'd Finally Found A Job'If you’re searching for a job, beware. You could be the latest target of cyber thieves.
Thousands Lie To Try And Buy A Gun; Few In North Texas Ever PunishedA CBS 11 I-Team investigation found in the 100 counties that make up the Northern District of Texas, in the past five years, only nine people were prosecuted for providing a false statement on a gun form.