I-Team: Cancer Patients Sue Roundup, Claim Ingredient Made Them Sick "There is no medical evidence whatsoever that glyphosate causes cancer," said Monsanto Vice President Scott Partridge. "I regret that these plaintiff lawyers have pointed them in that direction."
I-Team: Where's The Harvey Donation Money?The Red Cross collected more than $400 million in Harvey relief donations alone, but some donors and flood victims are asking where all the money has gone.
I-Team: Mother Of Teen Says A North Texas Hospital Worse Than A JailRenee Mauldin made a promise to her granddaughter while hugging her tightly, "I'll never let that happen again Maddie. I promise, never, never."
I-Team: State Fair Of Texas Executive Paid $708KThe State Fair of Texas is an IRS-designated 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Most of money goes towards the direct cost of putting on the 24-day event with more than $2 million going towards executive salaries.
Hit-And-Run Deaths Increase Despite Tougher PunishmentsAccording to state crash records, hit-and-run deaths in the Dallas-Fort Worth area have increased 85 percent since 2012.
Old Police Cars Too Easy To Buy For Fake CopsA Dallas driver told the CBS11 I-Team he believes a man impersonating a police officer, who pulled him over, will do it again.
Homeowners Say Real Estate Website Lists False ForeclosuresA stranger's knock lead to a troubling discovery for one North Texan.
I-Team: Patients Worried Sick About Soaring Prescription Drug PricesPrescription drug costs are going up at a pace that’s leaving many patients wondering how much longer can they afford their life-saving medication.
Long Awaited, New Parking Garage To Open At Dallas VAA long-delayed, 1,000 space parking structure is scheduled to open Monday morning at the Dallas VA Medical Center.
Lights Out! Drivers Call I-35E In Lewisville DangerousThe interstate is under construction in Lewisville, part of the I-35E Express Project. The overhead highway lights are out throughout a stretch of the highway running through Dallas County.
I-Team: Feds To Question Everman ISD About Special EdAs part of its probe into whether student with disabilities in Texas are receiving the special education services they need, the U.S. Department of Education will visit a dozen Texas school districts in the coming months.
Explosion Victims Question Arson RulingMore than three years after one of the deadliest fires in state history, ruled arson by the federal government, no suspect has been caught, no motive established and no substantial reward posted for leads.
I-Team: You May Be Paying More Than Others When Shopping OnlineThe type of computer you use, your online search history, even your zip code have all been used by online retailers to determine what price you pay when you shop online.
Tax Settlement Gives New Life To HospitalThe only hospital in Glen Rose, for months in danger of closing because of a tax dispute with the nearby Comanche Peak Nuclear Plant, has received a financial shot in the arm following a settlement.
I-Team: Feds Consider Kratom BanSome call it an herbal supplement, but the government may soon call it an illegal drug. In Texas, Kratom has been sipped, steeped, and swallowed legally for years. It is used in liquid and powdered forms.