Car critic Ed Wallace says the new Genesis G-80 is the best luxury sedan for the money.
In this week’s Trackdown, Dallas police are trying to find a killer who recently murdered a 35-year-old father of five.
He's just 17 years old but has the attention of the country music world thanks to a national TV appearance. North Texas native Austin Michael joined Good Day ahead of a show in Arlington.
Local singer and songwriter Jackie Castro is celebrating Mother's Day with a new song about her relationship with her parents. She said quarantine helped her slow down and finish her debut album -- Thank You For Your Patience.
More Texans may soon pack pistols legally. Just as many are confused about the meaning of the First Amendment. And if only we had a cloning machine. It's Friday and time to Tell It To Tim.
In this week’s Trackdown, Duncanville detectives need help to find the men who killed Damien Martinez.
Chef Rambo Saucedo from Cantina Laredo shows us how to make the perfect taco bar to celebrate Cinco de Mayo at home.
The Joe Biden spending plan divided Tell It To Tim viewers this week just as much as the usual vaccine callers. Plus, one of Tim's favorite parts of Good Day is being called boring.
Car critic Ed Wallace says the new Kia Sorento SUV is nice enough but for a little more money you can get a lot more car.
Dallas police are looking for a driver who pulled a gun during a road rage incident, shooting another driver in busy traffic.
The real estate market in Texas is hot and that means your home is likely worth more. But it could also mean higher property taxes. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello is hosting a live Facebook event to tell you how to protest and how to know if you might succeed.
Lynyrd Skynyrd was on a farewell tour before COVID-19. In a way, the pandemic convinced them they couldn't stop playing. Band member Rickey Medlocke joined Good Day to explain and to talk about upcoming shows at Billy Bobs.
With a dozen mid-size, 3-row SUVs on the market, where does the Subaru Ascent stand? Car critic Ed Wallace tells us what he thinks.
Property appraisals are going out and many are finding property values went up despite the pandemic. The good news is you can protest your appraisal and some experts say you should. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello explains.
According to the National Retail Federation, for every $100 of returned merchandise accepted at a store, retailers lose almost $6 to return fraud. It’s a lesson a Lake Highlands woman learned the hard way twice.
Buick, the company that says it's no longer a stodgy brand for people with gray hair, has one SUV with a new low price. Car critic Ed Wallace says it may be worth the money.
More police shootings are dividing the country., as well Tell It To Tim callers. Plus, anything goes as far as one dad is concerned. Happy Friday.
In this week’s Trackdown, Dallas homicide detectives need help finding a man shot in January outside of a Pleasant Grove convenience store.
The Dallas steakhouse Knife is promoting a fun event particularly if you like pork and bacon. Chef John Tesar talks about Carry Out Cochon while sharing a delicious recipe for tacos with pork carnitas.
Food expert Trey Chapman had some extra time to be together an update to one of his most popular lists focused on barbecue.