North Texas Man Catches Mailman Lying After Reviewing Security FootageArmed with evidence, this North Texan sought justice after a mailman's deceit put him in debt.
Check Your Wallet: Unclaimed Gift Cards Could Put Money In Your PocketUse it or lose it. That's the warning from a Fort Worth woman who says she learned a costly lesson this holiday season.
Fort Worth Builder Enticing Foreign Investors With Hopes Of Green Cards, Hefty ReturnsSerene Country Homes planned to build 4,200 homes across DFW. To do that, they recruited investors from Asia, even pitching green cards in exchange for investments.
Family That Once Fled Terror Seeks Consumer Justice After Moving Company NightmareGetting to Grapevine, Texas was hard enough, but the Mabil family said the move which involved drastic price increases along the way, added salt to their wounds.
Consumer Justice Fights To Find Owner Of Deteriorating Road"We called Dallas [County], Dallas sent us to Mesquite. We called Mesquite, they sent us to Kaufman [County]," said Kimberly Smalls.
'You Could Feel The Shaking': Neighbors Say Road Construction Damaged Homes"The damage that we first noticed was on the floor," said Chris Polizzo, pointing to several large tiles that were cracked.
Grand Jury Indicts North Texas Business Owner For Felony TheftChris Cassels used to own Hot Route Delivery Specialists, a company that would hire independent contractors to deliver for Amazon and other companies.
Grand Prairie Mother Outraged Over School's Evacuation PlanBorn with spina bifida, hydrocephalus and a seizure disorder, Dezirae Carrion spends her days in a wheelchair.
GPISD Hints At Future Of Controversial Rental HomeThursday night, the school board approved eliminating two provisions from Hull's contract to allow her to move out of the home and out of the district.
GPISD Superintendent May Move Out Of Home And DistrictA memo from GPISD school board president Burke Hall recommends deleting two items from Hull’s contract.
Following The Money: Questions Surround Grand Prairie ISD VendorAn investigation into spending at Grand Prairie ISD led Consumer Justice to a legal case involving the husband of Superintendent Susan Hull.
Consumer Justice Fights For Full Report On Spending At Grand Prairie ISDThe 2018-19 school year is about to begin, but huge questions loom over how millions of dollars were spent in the last few years.
Family Business Struggling To Survive TxDOT ProjectA family-owned business is caught in a desperate battle to survive after being trapped by a massive TxDOT construction project.
12 Indicted For Role In Moving Scam At Center Of Consumer Justice InvestigationAccording to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Cincinnati, more than 900 victims have been identified.
Consumer Justice For Neighborhood Dealing With Big RigsA Fort Worth Police spokesperson told Consumer Justice the construction company is putting up temporary barriers and is planning to replace the fence within the next week.