Former Dallas Officer Allowed To Plead Guilty To Misdemeanor For 2013 Shooting Of Unarmed ManA former Dallas police officer pleaded guilty Tuesday to a significantly reduced crime for the 2013 shooting of an unarmed man.
Texas Mental Health Counselors Waiting Months To Be LicensedFrom a lack of access to treatment to a shortage of beds at state hospitals, advocates say there's a major mental health crisis in Texas. But Consumer Justice found thousands of qualified people who want to help, can't.
I-Team: 2 Women Claim Church Member Sexually Abused Them As TeenagersAllegations of sexual abuse two women say were kept hidden for more than a decade are now being investigated by the Mansfield Police Department.
North Texas Cities Fail To Test Safety Of Drinking WaterThe I-Team examined the 76 largest water utilities in North Texas and found 20 to be in violation of the federal Safe Drinking Water Act.
Health Insurance Costs Could Drive Texas Teachers To LeaveSince 2002, health insurance premiums have more than doubled for Texas teachers.
I-Team: Despite Clues Hit-And-Run Cases Often Go UnsolvedThe inability to prove who was driving the suspect vehicle has been cited by police departments across North Texas numerous times in unsolved hit-and-run cases.
Dallas Condo Building Destroyed By Fire Wasn’t Getting Annual Safety InspectionsA condominium building where a grandmother died and 60 families lost their homes last March hadn’t undergone a required annual fire safety test or inspection in years, a CBS11 I-Team investigation reveals.
I-Team: Former ATF Agent Suspects Austin Bomber May Have an Accomplice“He’s getting away from law enforcement and hitting these communities where they’re not expecting it."
Gun Law Seldom Enforced In Texas Leaves Weapons In Hands Of AbusersEfforts in North Texas to have domestic abusers surrender their weapons have all but failed, often leaving those who sought protection in the cross hairs of their abusers.
Pedophile Priest James Brzyski’s Secret Life In North TexasRecords, obtained through the Texas Public Information Act, show that police recovered a laptop, thumb drives and a cell phone from Brzyski’s room.
Cheerleader Sues College Over Alleged Sexual AssaultA North Texas college, known for its incredible cheer program, is being sued by a former cheerleader. The now 20-year-old says he was drugged and sexually assaulted by an assistant coach.
I-Team: Texas Commuter Train Slow To Install Required Life-Saving TechnologyThe most-ridden commuter rail line in Texas still does not have a life-saving braking device Congress ordered all trains to install nearly a decade ago.
I-Team: CBS11 Investigates Claims Of 'Double-Dipping' DeputiesYour tax dollars pay their salaries. But a CBS 11 investigation found some Tarrant County precinct 8 deputy constables sometimes working private security jobs at the same time they were being paid to be working for the county.
I-Team: Dallas Co. Seized Land Two Years Ago, Won’t Say How Owner Can Get It BackJoel Potasznik owns the property and is required to pay taxes on it but for the past two years, he has been forbidden by the Dallas County Fire Marshal to step foot on his land.
I-Team: Midland Train Crash Victims Taking Case To Higher CourtFamily members spent a somber day placing flowers at the scene of the accident, but their mission now is filing a petition with the Supreme Court of Texas to reconsider their wrongful death claims.