Many North Texans Still Waiting On First Stimulus Check As Congress Considers Second RoundThe CBS 11 I-Team hears every day from people still waiting, wondering if something went wrong or if their check was stolen.
Denton County Custody Fight Goes All The Way To Texas Supreme CourtA North Texas father has won a unique child custody case that could set a precedent for future legal battles.
Relatively Unknown Frisco Tech Company Gets Nearly $300M From Texas For Coronavirus Contact TracingTexas health officials are betting big on a small Frisco company, MTX Group, to keep the coronavirus from spreading.
North Texas Clinic Received $1.26 In Federal Coronavirus Relief While Big Hospitals Got Millions“It was very disappointing,” said owner Mac Okwah. “Here I am struggling to survive, doing everything I can, and seeing this check was just defeating.”
Texas Unemployment Office Catches 738 Identity Theft Fraud ClaimsHistorically when disaster unemployment insurance is available, the Texas Workforce Commission is hit harder with identity theft.
As Nursing Homes Account For 40% Of Coronavirus Deaths, Victims' Families Blame Lack Of PPEWhen FEMA sent 15,000 nursing homes PPE earlier this month, staff at some of them said the supplies were ‘unusable’.
North Texas Police Chiefs Respond To Critics Who Say Tear Gas Should Not Be Used During Pandemic Involving Respiratory IllnessACLU of Texas sent a letter to ten North Texas police chiefs asking them to make using tear gas a last resort.
Italy High School Shooting Victim Noelle Jones Graduates, Now Heading To College“I did not know I was going to make it to the point where I’m walking across the stage getting my diploma,” said Jones.
I-Team: Texas Set To Borrow Billions As State Unemployment Fund Runs Out Of MoneyIn order for Texas to continue to pay out millions every week in unemployment benefits, the state is prepared to borrow billions from the federal government.
I-Team: Texas Had $40M In Place Last Year To Replace Unemployment Computer System But Upgrade Didn't Happen Soon EnoughTexas had $40 million in federal funds in place last year to replace an outdated Texas Workforce Commission system but then the pandemic hit.
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.