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Fran’s bathroom sink had jagged edges where the glass used to connect to the drain, razor sharp spikes in the same sink where her family washed their faces and brushed their teeth.
Every time Laura Byers backs out of her driveway she’s afraid, she’s putting her life at risk.
The Hanson family brought their 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee into the dealer for a recall repair expecting to take away the danger.
Not too many people can say they personally knew a World Series champion from 1949, and even fewer can say they own a World Series ring. But John Tomasello of Cameron Park can.
A self-employed Stockton woman says she was forced to shut down her nail and massage business, to wait for a Sears’ technician get her washing machine fixed.
McGuire says she paid off her student loan in 2012 with a cashier’s check, eliminating her student debt for good. “No more debt, that’s a huge check $13,613,” said McGuire.
She wanted to know why her account was suspended but when she called she said eBay would not tell her and told her not to ask again.
What the homeowner did not realize was the person he hired was a licensed contractor when he used him before but the state had since stripped him of his license.
He says a half hour later after shopping at a Rite Aid and PetSmart on Watt Avenue, he came outside to find his car towed because the tow company said “for sale signs” are not allowed.
Lynn says they initially wanted $4,000, but dropped the price to $1,250 for four dates. Soon after signing the contract, Lynn says she regretted it.
While handing it to the United Airlines flight attendant, Janet says the vomit got on both her and her husband’s clothes.
In order to get the landlord’s contact information, Faith had to pay $29.95. When she called, she says she was surprised at what she heard.