Contractor Accused Of Taking North Texas Tornado Victims' Insurance Money IndictedThe Collin County grand jury indicted Gregg Averitt on a forgery charge out of Sachse.
Man Accused Of Ripping Off North Texas Tornado Victims JailedGregg Averitt's bankruptcy filing in May shows a North Texas couple paid him more than $148,000 and names 15 other victims he owes money to.
Family Wants Justice After Contractor Walks Off With Insurance MoneyCarrie and Aaron Limerick have been out of their home so long after the December 2015 tornado, their 8-year-old son barely remembers living in it.
Contractor Walks Off Job Of Rebuilding Home Destroyed By TornadoTwenty months after a tornado destroyed his neighborhood, Rene Rushati and his family of five have no home to return to.
Family Searches For Missing Fort Worth ContractorA family is on a desperate search for answers after Fort Worth contractor Mike Randle disappeared last month without a trace. But there is not much that police can do to help.
DFW Contractor Disappears From Work SiteMike Randle, 60, was working on a home he had purchased on July 30.
TX Attorney General Paxton Warns Against Flood Cleanup ScamsAttorney General Ken Paxton has toured some flood recovery centers and warned against price gouging and cleanup scams.
Vendor Pleads Guilty To Defrauding North Texas School DistrictA security contractor has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud a suburban North Texas school district out of millions of dollars. A U.S. Attorney's statement issued Tuesday says Carol Ann LaRue has pleaded guilty to one conspiracy count.
I-Team: Texans Need A License To Cut Hair But Not To Repair RoofsTo professionally cut hair in the state of Texas, you have to have a license. If you want to paint nails for a living, you too need a license. But if you install or repairs roofs, Texas requires nothing.
Fort Worth Man Sues City For Wrongful Teardown For the third time in a year the city of Forth Worth is accused of mistakenly tearing down a home.
Allen ISD Stadium Inspections Were Responsibility Of School & CityIn Texas, there is no state agency that oversees general contractors like Pogue Construction. So, in cases like the one in Allen, it's up to the school district and city to make sure inspections are done and the contractor is following building codes.