I-Team: Texas Admits Sending Renter’s Relief Funds To Wrong LandlordTexas Rent Relief program admits sending relief funds to the wrong landlord.
I-Team: Relief Money Slow To Reach Desperate Texas Renters Facing EvictionWhile millions of dollars are still available for Texas renters impacted by the pandemic, the money is often not making it into the hands of those who need it
Better Late Than Never: Texas Workforce Commission Gets A Phone Messaging SystemThousands of unemployed Texans were delayed benefits last spring because they were unable to reach the state agency.
Texas Now Publicly Posting Names Of Companies That Lose Personal Data In CyberattackThe company name, type of personal information stolen, and how many Texans affected will be listed on the state website for anyone to see.
Texas Schools To Share Threat Intelligence To Combat CyberattacksThe Texas Education Agency will collect and share reports of cyberattacks from school districts anonymously with participating schools.
Is Your Child’s Teacher Vaccinated For COVID-19? Most North Texas Schools Districts Aren't AskingWhile several local school districts push for masks, North Texas schools are not requiring vaccines for teachers.
I-TEAM: Hundreds Of Complaints Against A Rental Company With An A+ RatingA North Texas woman and her boyfriend say they finally found a place to call home after she says a rental company gave her the runaround for weeks, leaving her homeless.
I-Team: Flight Attendants Brace For More ‘Unruly’ Passengers As Mask Mandate Extends To January The FAA says more than 70% of ‘unruly’ passenger behavior reports stem from passengers not wanting to comply with the federal mask mandate.
Has Your Kid's Texas School District Been Hammered By Cyberattacks? I-Team InvestigationThe incidents range from teachers accidentally emailing student personal information out to the whole class to overseas ransomware attacks that paralyses an entire district’s computer system.
I-Team: Texas Families At Risk Of Missing Out On $1.2B In Child Tax Credit PaymentsA CBS 11 I-Team analysis of federal data found that thousands of North Texas children have not been claimed on tax returns by their parents and thus are at risk of missing out the advanced tax credit.
North Texas Families Discovering Free Alternative To In-Person SchoolThe network is "fully accredited by the TEA" and is available free to students in grades 3 through 12 who "live anywhere in the state."