The city of Dallas has a backlog of building permits so bad that it is considering hiring outside help to get the problem under control.
Members of the Dallas City Council want to know whether it’s legal to ban short-term rentals in some neighborhoods.
Some council members, as homeowners, want to know if it is legally possible to ban short-term rentals in single-family neighborhoods.
Some Dallas homeowners are waiting as long as three months to get a permit that used to be issued in a matter of days.
The Dallas City Council gave the green light to what could be its most ambitious plan yet: to house the homeless.
A federal program aims to invest millions of dollars and create jobs in several Dallas neighborhoods.
Before you head out and pick a real Christmas tree, here are some tips on how to keep the bugs that may be living inside it out of your house.
A neighbor's complaint turned into a community outreach event for one North Texas veteran.
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.
A plan to remove the crane that fell onto a Dallas apartment complex is slowly moving forward, but there is still no timeline on when it will be removed.
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.
The next generation of home appliances will debut this weekend in Chicago. First, a select few products are making a stop in Dallas. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello has his hands on tomorrow's household helpers today.
Firefighters are reminding North Texans to replace their home alarms. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello shows you the latest technology to keep your family safe.
One month after the North Texas tornados, the cleanup continues. Pick the wrong contractor or make an insurance error and you could have a whole new mess. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello has details about some free resources and money.