We only have a little over a month before summer is over, so if you haven't cooked out on the grill yet, time is ticking. A few grill gadgets could help make your life easier.
We only have a little over a month before summer is over, so if you haven't cooked out on the grill yet, time is ticking. A few grill gadgets could help make your life easier.More>>
These days the typical coupon clipper is a lot younger than you may think. Believe it or not it's millennial who are going coupon crazy whether it's in person or looking up deals online. More>>
When your job is to protect our country, the last thing you want to think about is a crook ripping you off. The Better Business Bureau offers a program to make the lives of military members and their families easier called the BBB Military Line. More>>
Many people are checking with the experts, like ones at the Better Business Bureau, before falling for misleading advertisements. More>>
A Columbus woman wants to warn people after her money was almost stolen by thieves trying to trick her with a fake check. More>>
We all know security cameras watch shoppers so they won't steal, but now retailers are using surveillance cameras for a different reason and they are using WiFi to track shoppers as well. More>>
One in six Americans will use their tax refund to buy a car, according to a survey from Carfax. More>>
No one wants to be behind bars, especially for not paying off a bill. That's why thieves are using the threat of being thrown in jail to get your money. More>>
Getting discounts makes shopping enticing, and with technology it's easier than ever before. Now a new app can offer deals while you drive. News Leader 9's Chandi Lowry shows you the app so you can decide if it's a deal or a distraction. More>>
Lately, there have been criminal cases in the news where race has become front and center, which prompted News Leader 9 to do a local 'what would you do?' experiment to test the state of race relations in Columbus.
Lately, there have been criminal cases in the news where race has become front and center, which prompted News Leader 9 to do a local 'what would you do?' experiment to test the state of race relations in Columbus.More>>
A woman claims an energy company with hundreds of complaints filed with the Better Business Bureau led her astray, but the company says that's just not true. More>>
Some people grab a second job to combat the debt, but a Columbus woman wants to send out a warning that some jobs are too good to be true and she almost lost thousands of dollars from a job scam. More>>
In serious cases, holding onto aging electronics can classify as a clinical disorder! So how do you know if you have a problem? More>>
Bathroom wipes marketed as flushable are becoming a huge problem costing cities all across the country hundreds of thousands of dollars and the problem is happening in Columbus as well. More>>