More Videos

Goodwill donations do a lot more than you might think 3:11

Goodwill donations do a lot more than you might think

Panther Island Ice opens with a skating session for school kids 1:37

Panther Island Ice opens with a skating session for school kids

Fort Worth General Electric Locomotive Plant rolls out 1,000th locomotive 0:49

Fort Worth General Electric Locomotive Plant rolls out 1,000th locomotive

Why should you know and care about Djibouti? It's connected to Fort Worth! 3:56

Why should you know and care about Djibouti? It's connected to Fort Worth!

It's no secret that Texans don't handle snow well, check out this grocery store line 0:27

It's no secret that Texans don't handle snow well, check out this grocery store line

Truck slides down icy hill, misses driver; takes out a traffic light 1:06

Truck slides down icy hill, misses driver; takes out a traffic light

Tarrant County's 10 Most Wanted Criminals, January 10 0:31

Tarrant County's 10 Most Wanted Criminals, January 10

Facebook is hiding us from you. Here's a three-step guide to keeping us in your newsfeed 1:05

Facebook is hiding us from you. Here's a three-step guide to keeping us in your newsfeed

Shotgun-toting suspects robbed a cashier in Grand Prairie 0:41

Shotgun-toting suspects robbed a cashier in Grand Prairie

Oakland Raiders react on 4th-down index card ruling 1:44

Oakland Raiders react on 4th-down index card ruling

  • Fort Worth investors in Retirement Value lose control of nest egg

    Mike and Mariann Larose invested $120,000 in Retirement Value at the urging of Jim Poe, the former host of the Found Money Radio show.

Mike and Mariann Larose invested $120,000 in Retirement Value at the urging of Jim Poe, the former host of the Found Money Radio show. Brandon Wade Special to the Star-Telegram
Mike and Mariann Larose invested $120,000 in Retirement Value at the urging of Jim Poe, the former host of the Found Money Radio show. Brandon Wade Special to the Star-Telegram

Fort Worth investment adviser’s clients see savings vanish as firm is shut down

April 16, 2016 02:16 PM

More Videos

Goodwill donations do a lot more than you might think 3:11

Goodwill donations do a lot more than you might think

Panther Island Ice opens with a skating session for school kids 1:37

Panther Island Ice opens with a skating session for school kids

Fort Worth General Electric Locomotive Plant rolls out 1,000th locomotive 0:49

Fort Worth General Electric Locomotive Plant rolls out 1,000th locomotive

Why should you know and care about Djibouti? It's connected to Fort Worth! 3:56

Why should you know and care about Djibouti? It's connected to Fort Worth!

It's no secret that Texans don't handle snow well, check out this grocery store line 0:27

It's no secret that Texans don't handle snow well, check out this grocery store line

Truck slides down icy hill, misses driver; takes out a traffic light 1:06

Truck slides down icy hill, misses driver; takes out a traffic light

Tarrant County's 10 Most Wanted Criminals, January 10 0:31

Tarrant County's 10 Most Wanted Criminals, January 10

Facebook is hiding us from you. Here's a three-step guide to keeping us in your newsfeed 1:05

Facebook is hiding us from you. Here's a three-step guide to keeping us in your newsfeed

Shotgun-toting suspects robbed a cashier in Grand Prairie 0:41

Shotgun-toting suspects robbed a cashier in Grand Prairie

Oakland Raiders react on 4th-down index card ruling 1:44

Oakland Raiders react on 4th-down index card ruling

  • Goodwill donations do a lot more than you might think

    The Goodwill Industries of Fort Worth let us take a peek behind the curtain and follow a set of donations from the donors hands, through the shipping process and into the new owner's hands. Believe it or not your old things are doing a lot more than simply being sold.