Well-Known Credit Companies Pay Consumers After CBS11 I-Team InvestigationNearly 500 people nationwide are cashing checks from two well-known credit companies. Consumers claimed LowerMyBills.com and Experian helped destroy their credit.
City Auditor Tells Dallas Fire-Rescue 'Significant' Improvement NeededThe city and state made 19-safety recommendations following the death of veteran firefighter Stan Wilson in 2013.
DART Sees 60 Percent Increase In Aggravated Assaults In Last 2 YearsDART officials said additional private security guards are needed to help change the public's perception that crime on DART trains has gotten worse. However, the CBS11 I-Team discovered this is more than just perception.
US Navy 'Rushing' To Award 91-Year-Old WWII Vet Purple HeartShelby Dawson will be awarded the Purple Heart on January 6, 2018. The process usually takes up to 180 days but the US Navy told the I-Team, due to Dawson’s health issues, it is “rushing” the process.
I-Team: Homebuilders Push Texas Lawmakers To Block Fire Sprinkler RequirementsThe Texas State Fire Marshal says every home should have fire sprinklers but state lawmakers have refused to make it a requirement for new homes.
Family Of North Texas Teen Killed In A Bus Crash Asks For Safer BusesKeith Pelton says he still remembers exactly where he was sitting that day in their family living room when they learned of their daughter's death. The pain is still raw three years later.
Behavioral Health Care Facilities Get A Closer Look After CBS11 I-Team Investigation"Essentially we're treating the mentally ill worse than we treat criminal defendants," said a human rights advocate.
I-Team: Who Inspects Amusement Rides?You've likely been there---staring up a thrilling amusement park ride with your child begging to get on it. You're asking yourself, "Who's keeping that ride safe?"
Parents Often Kept In Dark About Schools' Vaccine RatesThe number of Texas families deciding not to vaccinate their school-age children has quadrupled in the past decade, according to state health records.
Police Misconduct Cases Costing Dallas Taxpayers MillionsIn the past five years, the City of Dallas has spent more than $10.8 million to settle lawsuits against Dallas police officers.
Fighting Cancer When They’re Not Fighting FiresFirst responders in North Texas are appealing for better protection.
Wise Co. Residents Outraged By Water Rate HikeThousands of people living around Lake Bridgeport in Wise County will start paying 66 percent more for water next month.
I-Team Update: State Rep Pushes To Make Healthcare Facilities Inspections AccessibleA State Representative is pushing a bill that if passed, would make state inspections and substantiated complaints easily accessible by the public.
I-Team: T-Mobile 911 Looping Problem Started In OctoberThe Dallas Police Department first alerted the public about the T-Mobile issue on its blog on February 7. The city put out memo addressing the issue a week later.
OK Oil & Gas Company Wants Waste Disposal Well Next To Lake ArlingtonDisposal wells are currently banned in Arlington and Fort Worth, and both cities have submitted a letter of protest together to the state.