Former Dallas County Schools President Sentenced To 3 Years ProbationLarry Duncan, the former president of now defunct bus transportation agency Dallas County Schools, will serve probation for tax evasion.
2 Texans Convicted In $22M Investment Fraud SchemeProsecutors have convicted two Texas men in a $22 million fraud scheme where they used investment funds on luxury items -- including a Rolls-Royce.
Fraud Takes Over As Consumers' Top Federal Trade Commission ComplaintConsumers lost nearly $1.5 billion to fraud last year -- about 40 percent higher than the year before.
North Texas Law Enforcement Face Challenges In Catching Credit Card SkimmersGone are the days of suspects returning to the scene of the crime. Now criminals can park nearby, steal the data via Bluetooth, then drive away unseen.
I-Team Finds Hundreds Of Unsolved Skimmer Cases Across North TexasSecret Service agents have spotted a trend: older gas pumps with membrane keypads are more likely to be hit by skimmers.
Bribery Trial For Former Richardson Mayor Laura Jordan & Developer Mark Jordan Set To BeginThe federal bribery trial for a former Richardson mayor and a developer is set to begin Monday morning.
Dallas Man Sues Funeral Company For Mishandling Parents' Corpses: 'Someone Disrupted Their Eternal Rest'A Dallas man is accusing a North Texas funeral home of abuse of a corpse. He told the CBS 11 I-Team the funeral home moved his parents to a different cemetery without his permission.
Dallas Police Seek Suspects Who Stole IDs To Open Fraudulent AccountsDallas police are searching for three suspects who they believe used stolen identifications to open fraudulent accounts at several businesses.
Most Texas Lawmakers Won't Say If They're Ready To Crack Down On Roofer FraudWhile only three lawmakers explicitly said they will not support a bill, 60 percent of the legislators The Ones for Justice contacted never responded.
Neiman Marcus Reaches $1.5M Data Breach SettlementDuring a three-month period in 2013, about 370,000 Neiman Marcus credit cards were accessed by unknown third parties unlawfully, and at least 9,200 were used fraudulently.
Dallas Jury Sends Man To Prison For 79 Years For Ponzi SchemeProsecutors say Juan Miguel Lopez sold fraudulent contracts in which investors were promised a return on money that was supposed to finance small business loans.