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.
The Ones For Justice: Aging Tires Sold Across DFW Putting Drivers At RiskAn undercover The Ones for Justice investigation found stores across Dallas-Fort Worth selling aging tires long after consumer advocates say they should have been tossed.
Kamkad Automotive Backs Out Of Deal To Buy Fenton Hyundai, Claims $35M In DebtThe company that was planning to purchase an embattled Mesquite dealership has backed out of the deal.
New Round Of Renovations At Former Home Of Grand Prairie ISD Superintendent Susan HullGPISD Trustees approved a plan to spend $354,000 to turn the property into a facility for special education students.
Fort Worth Better Business Bureau Warns Of Summer Job ScamsThis year alone the Better Business Bureau in Fort Worth has received 130 reports of employment scams with close to $40,000 in losses.
Fort Worth Family's Backyard Turns Into 'River' During Heavy Rain: 'The Erosion Doesn't Stop'The Owens family says there home is a peaceful retreat--except when it rains. Then the babbling brook becomes a rushing river.