Package Thieves Taking Your Holiday Deliveries Could Now Face FelonyWhile package thefts are nothing new, there is a new state law in place that stiffens the penalty for multiple thefts.
Rats! New, Cheaper Vehicle Wiring Apparently Attracts Rodents, Leads To DamageSome of the biggest names in the auto industry have faced class action lawsuits over this issue, but so far, each case has been dismissed.
Convenience Of Telemedicine Comes With Privacy RisksTelemedicine is booming. But as the practice grows in popularity, so do the chances of getting duped.
Feds Warn Of Influx Of Counterfeit Goods At ChristmastimeAt the Port of Dallas, officers are assigned to check all cargo flying into DFW Airport. The haul includes everything from jewelry to home decor.
North Texas Woman Builds Company Based On Side Gig As Brand AmbassadorDestiny Adams was searching for a side job when she stumbled upon a role with flexible hours and great pay. It marked her first foray into the brand ambassador industry.
Dallas Dog Owner Appealing Pet's Double Designation As 'Dangerous' And 'Aggressive'Owners of dogs in Dallas that are deemed dangerous and aggressive face two separate sets of fines.
Locations Of Dangerous Dogs Kept Secret In Many North Texas CitiesWhile some of the larger cities in the Metroplex are transparent about where dangerous dogs are living, The Ones For Justice found most cities keep their registries offline or completely private.
Some Dallas Dogs On 'Dangerous List' After Neighbor Disputes; Attorney Claims 'The Dog Is The Victim'Several of the animals that appear on the dangerous dog registry never hurt anyone, according to their owners, who claim their cases boiled down to "he said, she said" arguments.
New Federal Guidelines For Social Media Influencers: Must Disclose Paid EndorsementsThe statute aims to help consumers avoid misleading advertisements, while keeping influencers honest about the products they recommend.
Some North Texas Renters Unable To Cut Cable TV: 'We Should Not Be Forced To Pay For Something We Cannot Afford'Agreements that automatically charge residents for technology packages are becoming a fixture at certain rental properties.
The Ones For Justice: SIM Swappers Targeting Specific Types Of PeopleOne minute, Mark Hopkins was playing on his iPhone. The next, he was locked out of it.
Dallas Judge Rules In Volatile Custody Case Involving 7-Year-Old's Gender IdentityThe judge restored the parents' joint custody and ruled Thursday the court would not be intervening in specific parental decisions over gender identity.
City Of Fort Worth Works To Make Dangerous Curve Safer Following Ones For Justice InvestigationThis month, the city lowered the speed limit heading into the curve on Horseman Road from 30 mph to 10 mph.
North Texan Buying First Home Scammed Out Of $45K After Bogus Email She Thought Was From Title CompanyGracie Veronica was set to close on a home in Forest Hill in August. But for now, the brand new house sits empty.
Stream Restoration Project Would Mean Removing 250 Trees From Southwest Arlington NeighborhoodIf a city project moves forward, some homeowners in Arlington could lose what they consider the best part of their community: The trees.