Dallas Charter School CEO Donna Woods Convicted In Kickback Scheme, Then Returns To SchoolFormer Nova Academy CEO Donna Woods, 65, faces up to 80 years in prison after a jury earlier this month found the school administrator guilty of multiple counts of fraud.
How Frisco’s Wade Park Went From $2 Billion Vision To City’s Biggest EyesoreIt was supposed to be a $2 billion, 175-acre mixed-use real estate development at Lebanon Road and Dallas North Tollway in Frisco.
Prenatal Testing Leads To Unexpected, Staggering Bills For Some ParentsIt's a test that helps pregnant mothers avoid surprises. But some said the real shock arrived in the mail.
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.
Elderly Couple Scammed By Fake Dent Repair BusinessThe Better Business Bureau is warning people to look out for in-person solicitations.
I-Team: Court-Appointed Receiver Takes Over Troubled Far East Dallas Apartment ComplexA Dallas state district judge ordered a new property manager take charge of a Far East Dallas apartment complex that has been plagued with crime and code violations.
Texas Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Red-Light Camera LawsuitThe Texas Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday in a class action lawsuit challenging whether red-light cameras are constitutional.
Judging Texas Judges Difficult When Identities Of Misbehaving Ones Often Kept SecretComplaints against judges are filed with the Texas Commission on Judicial Conduct. The commission has the power to discipline Texas judges, but the CBS 11 I-Team found it rarely does.
Lack Of Engineering Study May Make Hundreds Of North Texas Red-Light Cameras IllegalAs the battle over red-light cameras heads to the Texas Supreme Court next week, the CBS 11 I-Team found hundreds of red-light cameras across North Texas maybe operating illegally.
Voter Registration Application Sent To Dallas Woman Who Died 29 Years Ago Official voter registration applications have been showing up in the mailboxes of thousands of Texans. The problem is some applications were sent to people who have been dead for decades.
Dallas Police Arrive At Shooting Scene 55 Minutes After Multiple 911 Calls: What Went Wrong?The Dallas Police Department told the CBS 11 I-Team the 911 operator on the original call made a mistake.
'It's A Big Scam': Retailers Respond To Gift Card Theft"Gift card draining,” is a fairly new and common technique for thieves that recently hit close to home for CBS 11 News.
‘Sudden Ceiling Collapse’: Why North Texas Homes May Be Vulnerable“We thought the whole building was going to cave in,” said apartment tenant Christina Roy.
Big Rigs Cause Big Headaches: 'This Is My Backyard, This Is Not A Parking Lot'Leslie Cavanaugh says the problem started a few months ago when the city of Fort Worth began widening Garden Acres Drive.