Digital Screens Track Our Behavior For Target Advertising: 'We're Not Using Info To Find Where You Live'Everyday fixtures are watching consumers in the car, at the mall, in the elevator, even while they're filling up their tanks at gas stations. The question up for debate is whether the public should be worried.
Short-Term Rental Market Exploding In Metroplex, Roiling Some CitiesWhen it comes to booking vacations, short-term rentals can offer chic accommodations at an affordable price, but some North Texas residents say that convenience comes with consequences.
The Ones For Justice Helps Fight For Refunds After North Texas Music Festival CancelledLast July, Music Event Productions cancelled Music Fest 2019 due to "low ticket sales," according to emails received by customers. But they had a hard time getting their money back.
Frisco And The Colony Put More Bite In City Rules Regarding Retail Pet SalesThe Colony City Council passed an ordinance to make it harder for pet stores to open within city limits. The Frisco City Council passed regulations increasing transparency requirements for pet shops.
2 North Texas Cities Considering Higher Standards For How Pet Shops OperateOn Tuesday, the city councils in Frisco and The Colony will consider ordinances increasing requirements for pet stores to be able to operate.
North Texas Auto Dealership That Failed To Transfer Car Titles, Provide License Plates Under New ManagementFenton Hyundai of Mesquite was sold last week. Clay Cooley Hyundai Mesquite took over the dealership on January 3.
North Texan Who Used App To Buy Used Computer Ends Up With Stolen OneThe app known as letgo connects people looking to buy and sell used products. But in some cases, there's no way to tell who or what is on the other end of the sale.
Dallas Woman Says UPS Lost Beloved Heirloom: 'It's My Connection To My Parents'Dianne Altuna's prized antique table is nowhere to be found. Now, she's left with only pictures of it.
The Ones For Justice Helps End Nearly Year-Long Fight By Grieving Son For Refund From North Texas Nursing HomeArland Bishop, Jr.'s father died four days before he was to get a private room at Heritage Oaks In Arlington. He was unable to get his $5,400 refund until The Ones For Justice got involved.
New Methods Taking Flight To Deliver Products To Stores And Front DoorsBell Flight is testing a drone they say travels three times faster than a ground vehicle. It can carry a load for 35 miles up to speeds of 100 miles per hour.
The Ones For Justice Helps End North Texas Man's Months-Long Fight Over Missing Phone With T-MobileThe lesson here is, if you are mailing an important item, always use tracking services offered by the carrier.
Better Business Bureau Issues Warning To Watch Out For Fake Vacation Rental ListingsWhether you're using Facebook, Airbnb or VRBO, consumers should report any suspicious listings.
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.