A majority of Texans surveyed said they will be paying cash for Christmas gifts this year, according to the rewards app Shopkick. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello shares how shoppers are buying and how retailers are reacting with deep discounts.
Thieves want to electronically pick your pocket heading into the holiday season. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello has a new warning from the Better Business Bureau about scams targeting people who aren't even actively shopping.
Black Friday is taking on a whole new meaning for 2020. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello says it will be less of a one-day sprint and more of a month-long marathon of deals.
Amazon Prime Day is here with two days of deals. FOX 4 consumer reporter Steve Noviello takes a look at what's available.
After Sept. 11, the new normal in travel eventually became normal. Now, travel experts predict the same in a post-coronavirus world. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello talks to Travelzoo's Gabe Saglie about what the means for planning vacations and time away. More: travelzoo.com
A program helping hundreds of thousands of Texans keep the power on during the pandemic is ending soon. FOX 4's consumer reporter Steve Noviello outlines the options for the people who have been relying on the state's electricity relief program.
COVID-19 and supply chain delays aside, some of the hottest products at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show are now for sale. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello has a look at his top picks. More: facebook.com/savemesteve
Starting today you have a chance to decorate your house with high-end furniture and accessories for a fraction of the cost. Plus, 100% of the proceeds help families escape poverty. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello has more about the Dwell with Dignity Thrift Studio. More: thriftstudio.com and dwellwithdignity.org
With more people working from home because of COVID-19, the search term "home office" has climbed its way to the top for residential real estate. But there's no need to move. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello shares some products to trick out any space to make it a productive workspace. More: facebook.com/savemesteve
Mask mandates are here for the foreseeable future but what if you are hearing impaired and need to see someone's lips? What if wearing a mask all day chaps your skin? Consumer reporter Steve Noviello says mask companies are getting creative. More: facebook.com/savemesteve
Instead of vacations and family gatherings this summer you may find yourself social distancing and celebrating at home. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello has products to add a splash to the season. More: facebook.com/savemesteve
Worried about the economy or losing your job? Have concerns over COVID-19? What will school look like this fall? There are plenty of questions that can keep you up at night. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello shares products designed to help you rest easier. More: facebook.com/savemesteve
Dallas County sent out property appraisal notices by mail and online. But if you want to protest your value and possibly lower your tax bill, things look a little different this year. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello talked to Cheryl Jordan with the Dallas Central Appraisal District learn more.
The Texas Rangers have announced their ticket refund policy for impacted games, and some season ticket holders are saying they're being left in the dugout.
The city of Dallas has announced rent and mortgage assistance initiatives to help people during the of the coronavirus crisis.
If you use a tax prep service and can't quite track your stimulus payment, your direct deposit information may be the reason for the delay.
The first round of stimulus checks are hitting accounts. But when will you get yours?
You can push pause on your government-backed mortgage if you can’t pay because of the coronavirus crisis. But before you make any deals, you need to do a little homework.
You can push pause on your government-backed mortgage if you can't pay because of the coronavirus crisis. But before you make any deals, consumer reporter Steve Noviello says you need to do a little homework.
A North Texas Uber driver was out of work and off the ride-sharing platform after being told to quarantine at home.