NBC 5 Investigates obtains 911 records after explosion and looks into the West Fertilizer Company's inspection history.
The company involved in Thursday morning's crash experienced only minor safety violations over the last two years. Special agents from the U.S. Department of Transportation showed up at the company's Grand Prairie office searching for the owner and bus company records. (AP photo)
A woman who says she found a job through LinkedIn is facing felony fraud charges for trying to cash a fake check she said she received from her employer. Read More
When Texas students take the STAAR test this spring they'll be taking part in a program that is on-track to cost taxpayers almost half a billion dollars over five years. Read More
Since NBC 5’s investigation last summer, wait times at some Texas DPS license centers are dropping, but not all license centers are created equally. Read More
While millions of consumers purchase extended warranties, experts say in some cases they may be more of a headache than the peace of mind they’re supposed to be. Read More
The unassuming ATM-like kiosk at some North Texas malls may offer consumers instant cash for their old mobile phones. Read More
Customer service call center jobs, which have long been sent abroad because of cost, are coming back to the United States and the Dallas-Fort Worth area is a big winner. Read More
Dallas Police Chief David Brown gave his first formal interview about a nine-month-long NBC 5 investigation that found police officers in Dallas and across Texas were causing car crashes by typing on mobile dashboard... Read More
Justin Bieber is pitching a prepaid card designed to teach kids about smart spending. But, like other prepaid cards, it has fees attached to it and experts say there may be better alternatives. Read More
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