I-Team: Texas Bill Would Limit Sale Of Your Personal Information By DMV And DPSEvery time you register your vehicle or renew your driver’s license, the state of Texas takes your personal information and sells it.
Stimulus Check Latest: Who Is Getting A Plus-Up Payment?Millions of Americans could soon be receiving an unexpected extra stimulus check.
Forensic Podiatrist Called By FBI To Study Missy Bevers' Killer's Gait, Explains Investigative ProcessDr. Michael Nirenberg runs a foot clinic in Indiana. When he's not with patients, he's an expert witness in criminal cases across the country.
Deadline To Apply For FEMA Aid For Texas' Winter Storms ExtendedFEMA has already approved more than $141 million in aid to individuals affected by the Texas winter storms.
I-Team: Texas Paid Out Fraudulent Unemployment Claims Months After They Were Flagged As FraudSince the start of the pandemic, the TWC has tagged more than 373,000 unemployment claims as suspicious. The CBS 11 I-Team has discovered some claims are being paid out long after they were flagged for fraud.
95-Year-Old North Texas WWII Vet Still Fighting For His BenefitsEd Malouf was 19 when he fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II.
I-Team: Failed Communication And 2-Page Form Kept Texans In Cold And Dark Longer During Winter StormsThe state’s electric utility companies that service the deregulated areas said to be put on their “critical” lists, all gas producers needed to do was fill out a simple form.
Vaccinated For COVID-19? Now Show Me The AppSome companies around the world and in the United States are developing a so-called "vaccine passport" app or digital health pass or health certificate.
12-Year-Old: 'You Killed A Really Good Man' After Father Murdered In Believed Dallas Road Rage IncidentA 12-year-old boy and his family are crying out for help after a North Texas father was murdered two weeks ago in what police believe was a road rage incident.
Should Texas Taxpayers Pay For Exorbitant Electricity Bills From Winter Storms?Last week, when the temperatures dropped and power plants froze across the state, the wholesale price of electricity skyrocketed.
$11,527 Vs. $334: How Much Your Electric Plan Cost You During Texas' Winter StormsWhile thousands of Texans face huge electricity bills, experts say most homeowners should not have a bill out of the ordinary.