Check out these toys with a side of STEM

Inquisitive minds always want to know how it works. FOX 4's consumer reporter Steve Noviello shows you how using basic STEM concepts, children can build their own toys and learn while having fun.

Save Me Steve: Halloween Makeup Tips

You don't have to look like your Halloween costume was an afterthought. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello shows you some simple but still impressive ways to use Halloween makeup.

Save Me Steve: Partners Card returns for 27th year

For a 27th year, the Partners Card is the way to save money and save a life. It gets you a discount at top retailers and restaurants but there is more. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello has more about the deals and the mission behind the card.

Save Me Steve: Culinary Travel Trend

You can follow your taste buds around the world with culinary travel on the rise. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello shares some exclusive dining deals, chef experiences and vacations in Mexico and France.

Save Me Steve: Toy Fair Dallas

While you are barely starting to plan your Halloween costume for this year, toy makers are reviewing prototypes for holiday 2020. The process is top secret and the access is only for industry insiders... unless you're FOX 4 consumer reporter Steve Noviello.

Save Me Steve: Baby Safety Products

September is National Baby Safety Month. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello -- who has two little ones of his own -- shows off some products to help you keep an eye on your little ones.

Save Me Steve: Tailgating Gear

Whether or not your team makes it to the ends zone, you're sure to score a touchdown at your next tailgate. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello gets expert advice and shows off the must-have products to win big this football season.

Save Me Steve: Summer Products

It's time to pack your bags for summer fun. Whether it's a family vacation or an outing around town, consumer reporter Steve Noviello has the gear you'll want to pack along. 

Save Me Steve: Stop the summer brain drain

Now is the time to stock they toy chest to help the kids avoid summer brain drain. From coding and counting to hacking and harvesting butterflies, consumer reporter Steve Noviello has his top toy picks.

Save Me Steve: The Partners Card

The Partners Card is the signature fundraiser for the Family Place, the largest domestic violence agency in Texas. Starting Friday, you can get a card for $70. It gives you access to 20 percent discounts at close to 100 stores at NorthPark Center. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello gets all the details from NorthPark ambassador Kimberly Schlegel Whitman.

Save Me Steve: Home and Housewares

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.

Save Me Steve: No Shave November

The first of November for some men means it's time to put down the razor and raise awareness. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello is among them. He's on Day 1 of No Shave November.

Save Me Steve: Viewer Mailbag

You've always got questions and he's always got answers. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello takes a moment to answer some viewer questions so that everyone can benefit. How can you be sure you're getting the best rate at a car dealership? How should you recycle old electronics safely and can you feel confident when buying from a door-to-door salesman?

Save Me Steve: Gifts for Guys

There are just 10 days left until Christmas Eve and Steve Noviello knows great gift ideas for guys are tough to come by. He shares some of his favorite gift ideas and even includes a little gift for her.

Save Me Steve: Fire Safety

Firefighters are reminding North Texans to replace their home alarms. Consumer reporter Steve Noviello shows you the latest technology to keep your family safe.

Save Me Steve: After the Storm

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.