Frisco ISD's 'Brain Break' Program Expands Following Positive ReviewsFor 10 to 15 minutes at a time, students can step away from their work and play.
FBI Warning: School Apps Could Be Jeopardizing Student PrivacyThird-party companies are likely collecting information on your child through the apps and programs they use in the classroom.
North Texas Tow Truck Driver At Center Of Ones For Justice Investigation Arrested For Trying To Tow Car With Family InsideEuless Police said Sami Aziz tried towing a car that was occupied by a 7-year-old, a 9-year-old and their mother.
Roofer Investigated By The Ones For Justice Found Guilty Of TheftGregg Averitt was already awaiting trial related to 2018 charges, but earlier this year, prosecutors argued he had violated the terms of his bond.
Influencer Brittany Dawn Involved In New Businesses After Scamming ControversyA social media star accused of swindling customers is back in business.
North Texas Restaurant Vows To End Tow Practice After Ones For Justice InvestigationSince the beginning of June, police in Euless have received at least 22 calls about towing at the Denny's near Airport Freeway and North Industrial Boulevard.
Dallas County Task Force That Busted Fake Paper License Plates May Be Gone For GoodNow law enforcement worries the state's problem with bogus temporary plates could become permanent.
Fake Photos Raise Questions About Customer Reviews On Home Warranty CompanyThe Ones for Justice found a surprising secret buried inside Total Home Protection's testimonials.
BB&T Customers Have Bank Accounts Drained By Spoof Callers: 'Every Time He Put Me On Hold He Took More Money Out'A new twist on a popular scam is draining bank accounts across the country. The scariest part is how much the scammers know about their victims.
Dallas To Review 'Safety Zone' That Eliminated Homeowners' Street ParkingThe city of Dallas deemed the 55 feet in front of Mark and Jean Nacol's home a "safety zone," which means no one can park there.
The Ones for Justice: Tires Display 'Birth Dates' But Industry Opposes Expiration DatesOn every tire in America, you'll find a code that denotes the week and month a tire was manufactured. What you won't find is an expiration date.