There's been talk for years now about The Dallas Midtown Project, replacing the old Valley View Mall, just off the LBJ Freeway. Demolition on the old mall is once again underway, after various lawsuits were settled. And the planned redevelopment, will be something to see. Dan Godwin takes a look, in this Fox4ward.
On Your Side: DART annual pass purchase refunded
Earlier this week, FOX 4 shared a viewer’s frustration when he lost his nearly $1,000 annual DART pass and the transit agency would not replace it or refund his money.
While Jeff Pearce couldn’t get the solution he wanted from DART, thanks to some advice from consumer reporter Steve Noviello, he now has his money back.
DART’s official position is that it is not responsible for lost or stolen passes. But, Steve found that’s a policy that isn’t disclosed to consumers until after they make their non-refundable purchase.Read the full article
Trackdown: Help find the 'dapper gunman'
In this week’s Trackdown, police are searching for a 'dapper gunman' who instigated a shootout at an East Dallas club that left one man paralyzed.
Dallas police released surveillance video to FOX 4 of the November 11 incident that has never before been made public before.
Police say the victim who shot in the neck and left paralyzed was not beefing with anyone. He was sadly in the wrong place at the wrong time.Read the full article
On Your Side: DART won't replace lost annual passes
Often times there is a story behind the story we show you on TV.
Tonight we looked at a no-replacement policy for annual transit passes if they are lost or stolen. The subject of our story shelled out nearly $1,000 for his annual DART pass and when it went missing he was told it can’t be replaced and his money can’t be refunded.
DART officials went on to say the policy is in line with other transit agencies in North Texas.Read the full article
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