The CDC eviction moratorium ends Saturday, and millions of people nationwide will be evicted in the coming months, according to a U.S. Census Bureau survey. FOX 26’s Heather Sullivan is joined by a family who has experienced losing their home to talk about the impact.
The CDC eviction moratorium ends Saturday, and a survey by the U.S. Census estimates 3.6 million people nationwide will be evicted in the coming months.
The FDA has warned Amazon about over two dozen weight loss and sexual enhancement supplements that are sold on the website which contain potentially harmful ingredients.
Buy Now, Pay Later financing has grown in popularity for online shopping, and now it's available for unexpected bills. FOX 26's Heather Sullivan has some smart sense on these unexpected expenses.
Sunbit offers Buy Now, Pay Later financing for things like auto repairs, dental work, or eye glasses.
Homeowners in Beasley, Texas have learned, after signing on the dotted line, that their yards are smaller than what they're paying taxes for.
FOX 26 Reporter Randy Wallace spoke with the homeowners who learned after signing on the dotted line that their yards are smaller than they expected.
Thousands of more Houston area families are expected to face eviction soon as the CDC moratorium ends Saturday and won't be extended again.
Thousands of Houston-area families are expected to face eviction due to the end of the CDC moratorium. FOX 26 Consumer Reporter Heather Sullivan has more on the crisis.
A rare ancient artifact purchased by the Hobby Lobby arts and crafts chain for $1.6 million has been forfeited to the U.S., authorities said.
McCormick & Co. is recalling some of its Perfect Pinch Italian Seasoning, Culinary Italian Seasoning and Frank’s RedHot Buffalo Ranch Seasoning.
Most people don't use all the internet bandwidth they pay for each month. Now some people have started selling what they don't use.
A long-standing stalemate between manufacturers and consumers has gotten the attention of the White House, and it could mean fewer 'new purchases' when something breaks.
Walmart launched an updated version of its Live Better U education program and will pay 100% of college tuition and books for its associates.
A computer-chip shortage is still slowing the production of new vehicles, which is also driving up the price of used cars. With limited inventory on car lots, used car prices jumped more than 10%, in June, according to the Commerce Department.
A member of our FOX family in Philadelphia is sharing his story of being burned from a propane grill malfunction to warn others.
FOX 26 Consumer Reporter Tom Zizka has more about the shortage.
Grilling out is a popular summer activity, but thousands of people end up in the emergency room every year due to grilling accidents. Erik Smith shared his story after burns from a propane grill malfunction on the fourth of July weekend.
Grimmway Farms carrots were sold under multiple brand names.
Going out to eat at your favorite restaurant may soon be way more expensive as the cost of goods rises for restaurant owners, with some supplies being out of stock completely.