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.
I-Team: Crime-Ridden Pleasant Grove Street Corner Target Of City Of Dallas LawsuitThe corner of Bruton Road and St. Augustine Drive in Pleasant Grove is notorious for drugs, fights and shootings.
Customer Complaints Mounting Against North Texas Social Media StarMore than 4,000 people have joined a Facebook group that addresses complaints about her business, Brittany Dawn Fitness.
Antiquated Fence Laws Cause Liability Confusion In Car-Cattle CollisionsAs the population of North Texas has grown, so has the number of car collisions involving stray livestock. These accidents often cause thousands of dollars in damage and in some cases can be fatal.
North Texas Social Media Influencer Says She's Getting Death Threats From CustomersBrittany Davis, also known as "Brittany Dawn," sells workouts and diets, offering customized plans with weekly check-ins.
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.
Facial Recognition Use By North Texas Police Grows Along With Privacy ConcernsThe CBS 11 News I-Team discovered facial recognition is used by more than a half dozen North Texas law enforcement agencies, in some cases with little public awareness.
Inside The Mind Of Eric Williams: 'One Of The Most Notorious Texas Killers'CBS 11 interviewed true crime author Kathryn Casey, the only person Eric and Kim Williams agreed to be interviewed by in prison. She is writing a book called, "In Plain Sight."
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.
I-Team: Burn Survivor Speaks Out After Gas Explosion"Seeing your best friend covered in flames. And they were a couple of inches tall, all over his body," said Russell McElyea as he dropped his head and apologized. The sentence was too hard to finish.
North Texas Commuter Train Gets 2 More Years To Meet Safety RequirementThe most-ridden commuter rail line in Texas will not have the life-saving braking device in operation in time for Monday's federal deadline.