Dallas faith leaders say a city proposal to let them house the homeless during cold weather doesn't go far enough. In fact, they say it could just make it harder for them to help those in need.
Arlington city leaders approved a massive expansion to its growing Entertainment District.
A Fox 4 investigation recently uncovered a new practice that is leaving apartment residents feeling like tow truck companies are targeting them.
You expect technology to work for you and not against you.
The money set aside by the city of Dallas to temporarily house the homeless on cold nights is dwindling fast. More than half has already been spent.
The city of Dallas started a campaign to encourage owners of short term rentals to register with the city.
Nearly a month after 10 tornadoes tore through North Texas, residents in some of the hardest-hit areas are still trying to make repairs and get back to some sense of normalcy.
A Fort Worth developer who helped invigorate a long-neglected portion of the city will soon pass away. But before he does, he's determined to help save lives that have just started.
The embattled Plano Tomorrow plan brought a crowd to Monday’s planning and zoning committee meeting.
Two Garland police officers with a special assignment are making quite a difference in their community.
Fort Worth city leaders passed a new rule requiring written permission for people to camp on private property.
Despite pushback from some residents, the Dallas City Council unanimously approved a new zoning plan allowing for fresh development in a busy part of North Dallas.
North Texas counties, despite their population growth and generally robust economies, ranked middle-of-the-pack statewide and nationally in an annual study of best places to get a mortgage.
The bad news for potential home buyers is that houses in most markets across the country, including Dallas-Fort Worth, are becoming increasingly unaffordable as prices rise at a faster pace than household income, mortgage lending expert Anna DeSimone says.
The tiny trend seems to keep getting bigger and bigger, and Amazon is keeping the trend rolling by selling a tiny log cabin for less than $20,000. The best part: Shipping is included.