Tax-Free Weekend Underway In TexasThe tax-free weekend begins Friday and runs through midnight Sunday, August 11.
Texas Sales Tax Holiday/Tax-Free Weekend Begins FridayIt's that time of year again -- the annual back-to-school sales tax holiday begins August 9 across Texas.
Jury Finds Roofer Investigated By The Ones For Justice 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.
What To Do If Personal Info Compromised In Capital One Data BreachCapital One says it will contact people impacted by the data breach.
Submitting A Claim For The $700 Million Equifax SettlementIf you're among 147 million Americans whose credit data was compromised in the 2017 Equifax data breach you may be eligible for compensation. Equifax has agreed to pay at least $575 million and up to $700 million to compensate those whose personal data was compromised.
Euless Denny's Ends 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.
North Texas Denny's Ends Tow Practice After Ones For Justice InvestigationThe restaurant recently hired Texas Tow Stars to haul away vehicles of people who park there but do not eat there.
All-Time High Brisket Prices Have ArrivedEconomists believe the increase in brisket prices comes from the rise of its popularity due to easier access through newer technologies in cooking the meat.
North Texas Real Estate Agent Ashley Williams Has License Revoked Over Alleged FraudFormer North Texas real estate agent Ashley Williams is accused of taking nearly $500,000 from her clients and business partners.
Amazon Prime Day Scams To Lookout ForAs Amazon Prime Day kicks off the surge in internet traffic is also likely to attract scammers looking to steal your data and payment details.
North Texas 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.
Stock Photos Raise Questions About Customer Reviews On Home Warranty Company"I think it's just plainly dishonest to show a picture of someone else who didn't say that," said Tommy Noonan, the founder of ReviewMeta.com.
Read The Fine Print When Considering A Home WarrantyWarranties are meant to cover issues with your appliances, but The Ones For Justice found those pricey policies may be worthless when you need them most.
BB&T Bank Customers Have Accounts Drained By Spoof CallersA 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.
Train Crossing Expert Calls Athens Intersection 'Death Trap'The I-Team met up with the nationally-recognized railroad crossing lawyer at the airport.
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.
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.
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.
The Ones For Justice Investigates Dangers Associated With Old TiresAn 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.
North Texas Tollway Authority Increases Toll RatesNorth Texas Tollway Authority Increases Toll Rates
Resolution Reached For Deputies Named In 'Double Dipping' I-Team ReportNearly two years after a CBS 11 investigation into a Tarrant County Constable precinct, criminal cases against four deputies named in our report have finally reach a resolution.
Consumer HeadlinesFrom recalled Ragu sauce to YouTube privacy issues, here's Monday's consumer headlines.
Automotive Company 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.
Storms Have Some North Texans Wondering If They're Insured Properly"People think of catastrophic claims as being tornadoes or hurricanes, things like that. This (thunderstorms) too classifies," said Michele Davis, a State Farm agent.

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