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Pat Rocca has a pigeon problem. The birds have left her walkway stained, feathers stuck to the house and their droppings are everywhere. She paid Albert Filmore $680 to clean up the mess and prevent them from coming back, but says the company didn’t finish the job.
Brittany West said she found out by word of mouth Wisteria Gardens in Elk Grove was shutting down for not having the right permits. She says five months out from her big day marrying her fiancé Javier, she saw a Facebook post saying Wisteria Gardens was having problems.
According to attorney Jacqueline Siemens, the legislature saw a need to protect consumers. If you buy from a breeder, defined in California as someone who in a year sells at least twenty puppies or three litters, you have rights if a dog becomes sick within the first 15 days.
A week later with fewer than 500 miles on the odometer, someone crashed into her car. The other driver’s insurance company paid for the damage, but Liz now realized if she tried to sell her car, she wouldn’t get as much for it.
Susan Sterling said she has noticed over the past five years that each box of her favorite sweetener has one to three empty packets. So what should she do?
Marie Martinez was surprised when Orlando’s Market and Deli in Stockton charged her five cents CRV for each Bounce Dryer Sheets and Oxygen Power Stain Remover.
A Placerville couple booked a Hawaiian trip online, but one leg of the trip was removed from the itinerary and no one told them. Unfortunately, they didn’t know about it until they were already in Hawaii.
After picking up his car from the valet at Season’s 52 at Arden Fair Mall, Andrew Kearney said he didn’t initially spot damage. It wasn’t until the next day that he saw scratches and a chunk of plastic missing from the bumper of black Porsche.
For nearly a decade, CBS13 has reported on people in our area receiving tickets from Southern California cities, when they weren’t there.
Seventy-eight year old Elizabeth Passage said the Social Security Administration wrongfully declared her dead.
The recall of Takata Corporation airbags, installed in several different vehicle makes and models, have reportedly been blamed for at least five deaths in the United States.
David and Teri Wells were charged $555 for data on their Verizon bill.