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Gary Medina says his chemotherapy pill Tretinoin is keeping his Leukemia in remission. However, the pharmacy quoted him $3,359 for a one-month supply.
According to CHP paperwork, the car’s Vehicle Identification Number or VIN was switched. Ruben says the investigator told him he may never get it back.
Jason Wood was surprised his replacement Southwest Chase Visa showed up pre-activated. He realized it after swiping the card at a gas station.
According to the state, students can request refunds from the school, or apply to have their federal loans discharged. There is also a fund they can tap into called the Student Tuition Recovery Fund.
The State offered rebates of up to $2,000 to put in drought resistant landscaping. Several cities, including Sacramento and Los Angeles have similar programs.
Already, guidelines require these doctors to inform hospitals and malpractice insurers when the board orders probation, but it doesn’t require them to tell you.
Democratic Assemblyman Mike Gatto is proposing the parking bill of rights that would prevent California cities and counties from writing street cleaning tickets after the streets have already been cleaned.
Several 24 Hour Fitness members have told us when they signed up for a membership in 2006 and 2007, they were told their rates were locked in for a lifetime.
Eighteen states have now passed laws forcing the three credit bureaus to give parents the option of freezing their children’s credit, so no one can steal their child’s identity and open up credit. California is not one of them.
More viewers are coming forward saying they are finding stores located in Sacramento County now charging 10-cents for shopping bags, even though the plastic bag ban is a City of Sacramento ordinance.
Wife and mother, Stacie Hanson says she and her two kids were just sitting down to eat at taco bell, when her daughter yelled, “Mom your car has smoke coming out of the whole inside of it,” recalls Stacie.
The Nguyen family says they were involuntarily bumped by the airline and they want to be compensated for the hassle.