Nursing Homes Receive 'Unusable' Gowns, Gloves And Masks From FEMAFEMA promised to provide two weeks’ worth of gowns, gloves, surgical masks and eye protection for 15,000 nursing homes across the county.
More Restaurants Close After Workers Test Positive For COVID-19Several restaurants in Dallas-Fort Worth have temporarily closed after employees tested positive for COVID-19.
IRS Launches New Stimulus Check Hotline, But Will Callers Get To Talk To Real People?Have questions about your stimulus check? The IRS says you can now call.
Dallas Code Compliance Issues 5,782 Notices Of Coronavirus Violations, Writes Only 32 CitationsAccording to city records, code compliance officers have looked into 20,363 cases since April.
Workers Won't ‘Automatically’ Be Pushed Off Unemployment If They Choose Not To Return To WorkTexas Workforce Commission Director Ed Serna said no one will “automatically be cut off” from benefits if they feel unsafe to return to work or cannot return because of a COVID-19 reason.
Federal Agencies Send Warning Letters To Companies Claiming Products Treat, Prevent CoronavirusThe Federal Trade Commissions and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently sent two dozen warning letters to companies they say are marketing products making claims to treat or prevent the coronavirus.
I-Team: Customers Fighting To Get Money Back After Canceled Trips, EventsIf COVID-19 canceled your big trip or plans to an event, most airlines and businesses are giving your money back. But the I-Team has learned, you can’t count on it with every company.
When Will You Get Your Stimulus Check? Within Days If You Have Direct Deposit, Far Longer If You Don’tSome estimate as many as a 100 million checks will be need to be mailed meaning it could be August, even possibly September, before some receive their stimulus payment.
The Ones For Justice: CBD Products Aren't Always As AdvertisedAs the market for CBD-based products continues to grow, CBS 11 Consumer Reporter Alanna Autler investigated what's inside them.
Dallas Charter School CEO Donna Woods Sentenced To More Than 7 Years In Prison For Role In Kickback SchemeIn October, a federal jury found Nova Academy CEO Donna H. Woods, 65, guilty of one count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, and three individual counts of wire fraud.
'Horror-Movie Style Letter' Is '100% Confession' In Murder Of Dallas Lawyer, Family SaysThe son of a high-profile lawyer, murdered nearly four years ago, says a new piece of evidence is “100%” a confession.
Caller ID Spoofing: Dialing Up Scams For Unwary ConsumersWith caller ID, it's easy to tell when we may be getting a spam call. But now crooks are spoofing numbers from reputable companies we trust and recognize.
I-Team: North Texas Cities Often Rely On Citizen Complaints To Determine Traffic Signal NeedsIf you're looking to request traffic lights in your area, North Texas cities have different ways for you to make your case.
Animal Advocates Say Dallas Turning Blind Eye To Dog Fighting“Why you would allow someone to take a pass on continuing to own animals after they've been involved in crimes using animals. It makes no sense."
Dallas Has Spent Nearly $10M On Police Misconduct Lawsuits Since 2015The CBS 11 I-Team found Dallas is currently involved in more than 30 lawsuits against police officers, including several that were filed more than five years ago.