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 car lots are being cleared out at two North Texas car dealerships.
An update to a consumer investigation we've been following for months.
There is an offer of help for customers of two local Alfa Romeo car dealerships that are facing a growing number of complaints. Now, Fiat-Chrysler corporate is getting involved.
Newly-obtained emails reveal new information involving a FOX4 consumer investigation.
State agencies say they need your help as they investigate a North Texas car dealership group.
The complaints are piling up about another North Texas auto dealer group failing to pay off trades and issue titles for cars.
Calls and emails have been pouring in with viewers asking for help after they said a local car dealership left them in the lurch. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello is On Your Side with details.
The wheels of the justice in Dallas County are missing a key component: computer software.
Grand Prairie ISD's highly paid superintendent is moving out of her district-owned home.
The Grand Prairie ISD School Board meeting Thursday night focused on a FOX 4 New investigation after we looked into the money spent for a house where the superintendent now lives.
The Grand Prairie Independent School District released two invoices that show the district paid $45,000 for a fence around the district-owned house where its superintendent lives. That's on top of the $80,000 spent renovating and upgrading the home.
A Fox 4 Investigation exposed some expensive perks taxpayers are giving to North Texas school superintendents. In our report in March, one perk stood out to viewers: a home, bought by the Grand Prairie Independent School District, that the superintendent lives in.
As many North Texas school districts struggle to increase teacher pay, fix dilapidated school buildings and get new technology, a FOX 4 Investigation has uncovered some pricey perks you may not know the people at the top are getting.
Two more Fort Worth ISD schools have been cleared as "safe" after water quality tests had revealed high levels of lead at dozens of schools. Last month, a FOX 4 Investigation uncovered that the problem will take longer to fix than first believed. Fort Worth ISD tested 127 schools over the summer and started replacing 500 drinking fountains with levels of lead above the city's safety...
A FOX 4 Investigation has uncovered that other cities in North Texas experienced 911 “ghost call” problems last October, around the same time Dallas said its problem began.
The city of Dallas still doesn't know what's causing surges in 911 calls, but the mayor seemed to put some of the blame on citizens and admitted Friday that the 911 call center has been understaffed.
Dallas City Manager T.C. Broadnax was out of town late last week when city officials provided an explanation for the 911 delays. He was back in town Monday night and held a public meeting about the upcoming budget but refused to talk about it.