Dallas police have asked for help find a man who homicide detectives say stalked his victim before shooting him in broad daylight.
In this week’s Trackdown, police need a witness who saw someone shoot into a pickup truck in Downtown Dallas to come forward and help solve the crime.
SMU student Robert “Jaden” Urrea was killed in Downtown Dallas in the early morning hours back on Halloween.
Irving police have made an arrest in a murder from earlier this year after getting tips from FOX 4 viewers who saw the case on Trackdown.
In this week’s Trackdown, Fort Worth police have asked for help to find the killers of family man Francisco Macias.
This week's Trackdown focuses on a homicide that happened in a public parking lot across the street from the FOX 4 studios.
Dallas police are searching for the killer of an American Airlines executive who was walking his dog with his wife when his life was taken.
Dallas police have arrested a suspect in a triple murder featured on FOX 4’s Trackdown.
This week’s Trackdown focuses on three people, including a mother and her adult daughter, who were shot to death in a Northwest Dallas motel.
Police are searching for information on the three people who killed a man in front of his mother's home, before also shooting his dog.
Dallas police have asked for help finding the killer of a man who was gunned down as he was leaving an East Callas area night club.
Despite a $50,000 reward being offered, Dallas police have not gotten the lead they need to find those behind the killing of armed security officer Jose Montes Jr. and robbery of the money intended for an ATM.
In this week’s Trackdown, Dallas police have asked for help to find the person who shot and killed Anthony Patterson in South Dallas.
We're celebrating another Free Money Monday here on FOX 4. Today could be your lucky day!
Consumer reporter Steve Noviello is wrapping up the month-long Free Money Monday series with his biggest payout yet -- $71, 590 for a North Texas-based educational organization.
The coronavirus pandemic has been devastating for restaurants, especially those that are family-owned like Luna's Tortilla Factory in Dallas. But $22,282.80 on Free Money Monday should help. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello explains where the money comes from and how you can find your own missing cash.
The Texas Workforce Commission has applied for a new federal unemployment benefit that means an extra $300 a week if you qualify. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello breaks it down for you.
In the week’s Trackdown, Dallas police have asked for help finding the killer of an immigrant from Tanzania who was working overnights at a 7-Eleven to help his family in his native land.
FOX 4's month-long Free Money Monday series continues as consumer reporter Steve Noviello helps two North Texas charities find thousands of dollars that are rightfully theirs. You could find free money for yourself, your business or your charity too.
There are billions of dollars in unclaimed cash and property waiting for Texans to claim it. No one is assigned to find the owners so consumer reporter Steve Noviello took on the task. He was able to reconnect the Mermaid Sealon with money the owner didn't know she had.