Steve Noviello is a 9 time Emmy Award winning journalist who has been a consumer rights advocate for more than 20 years.
Whether it's his money-saving advice, product reviews or in-depth consumer investigations, Steve's work appears on FOX Television Stations across the country.
He has been honored multiple times by the Associated Press and is a four time National Headliner Award Winner.
In his time away from work, Steve is an avid DIY'er, community volunteer and also works as a College Professor teaching students the fundamentals of superior storytelling.
He and his husband are proud dads to their two sons.
A new deadline is fast approaching for Texas vehicle registration and driver's license renewal. Drivers have less than a week to comply.
Doctors once thought her son may not live past the age of 6. Now, he’s a teenager. A mom and her son are now helping others facing incredible odds.
One North Texas cancer survivor barely done with her own treatment turned the obstacle of COVID closures into an opportunity. Now, her foundation is ready to pay it forward to other patients who need support.
Consumer reporter Steve Noviello talked to two experts to set the record straight on what rights you have as a tenant, especially during the pandemic and after the Texas winter storm.
The makers of a new device say forget dog doors. Their product can put access for your pups on autopilot.
A manual chainsaw that fits right in your pocket. The manufacturer says it’s perfect to clear brush and build shelters, but can it pass the Deal or Dud test?
If you didn't receive all or any part of your stimulus payments, now is the time to take action. New fine print to figure out this tax season that for millions of Americans will mean finally getting their stimulus payments.
Electric customers across North Texas have been reaching out for help after looking at unbelievable electricity bills. One Griddy customer saw a bill of $17,000.
Oncor said it will stop the controlled outages now that there’s increased generation and the demand is stable. The company said the remaining outages are the result of storm damage.
Many of the people who have been without power the longest want to know why the burden is not being shared. FOX 4 asked Oncor for a better explanation.