Coronavirus: State Agency Backtracks After Calling Out North Texas Business For Operating During PandemicBrittany Brown uses Facebook to advertise her hair braiding business. But this week brought a flood of negative comments and reviews.
North Texan Got Sick From Growing Problem -- Mold Inside College Dorm: 'I Thought I Was Literally Losing My Mind'A CBS 11 I-Team investigation found 47 cases of mold discovered at Texas colleges in the past year and a half that were bad enough to warrant reporting to the state.
Fort Worth Nurse Injured In JPS Hospital Elevator Incident Files $1M Negligence LawsuitA Fort Worth nurse who was seriously injured by a JPS Hospital elevator has filed a negligence lawsuit against Thyssenkrupp Elevator Co.
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.
State Seeks Students Impacted By Driving School ClosuresThe Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation is trying to contact more than 360 students after two driving schools, one in Euless and another in Irving, suddenly shut down.
Consumer Justice Helps Students Affected By Sudden Driving School Closures When two North Texas driving schools closed down without notice, leaving dozens of teenagers stranded, parents called for Consumer Justice.
Consumer Justice: Pregnant Woman Gets Pedicure, Ends Up With InfectionA pregnant woman went into to a Fort Worth nail salon for a pedicure and ended up in the ER with an infection. When she couldn't get an apology or refund, she called CBS 11's Cristin Severance for Consumer Justice.
Fort Worth Tow Company Accused Of Illegal Towing; Faces Shut DownTwo weeks ago Excaliber Towing towed a man's car from in front of his own business. Even when police got involved the company refused to back down.