The third graders in Miss Tseng’s class at Glenwood Elementary say when they go home, they’ve got chores.
The FBI is warning consumers of a scam which involves high-pressure calls from people asking you to pay a debt you never really had.
They paid good money to immerse themselves in blood, guts, and gore. The tickets alone weren’t cheap; they paid $178 for a convention that was supposed to happen last summer.
It’s no secret that dealing with the Department of Motor Vehicles can try ones nerves.
A Placerville woman paid good money for a limo service to take her to and from the airport. But after getting stranded on the return trip home she called Kurtis Ming.
Sports car owner Jim Campbell has a paint problem.
The beauty of a gift receipt is that you can give a present without a price tag and the gift can still be returned.
It’s a small device you can hold in the palm of your hand and can cause a catastrophe in the sky. Lasers, that are so powerful the beams can temporarily and even permanently blind a pilot.
Walmart tops the list of Fortune 500 companies, bringing in the most revenue. Our hidden camera investigation uncovered a practice that may be adding to those profits. The practice has some customers and consumer advocates outraged.
Pet insurance sounds like a good idea. If your dog or cat gets sick their vet bills would be covered.
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sites are offering to give you your credit scores for free. Kurtis Ming recently spoke with one expert says some of those sites are a waste of time. Al Bingham tells us […]
An all-you-can-eat pizza dinner buffet for $8.99 sounded like a great deal. Unfortunately for Edna Sanford, it turned too good to be true.