Scammers prey on COVID-19 fears

Cher Comier says two men posing as city water workers said they needed to clean her water for COVID-19.  Having washed her hands wearing her jewelry, they convinced her to let them clean her Rolex watch and wedding rings. Then they ran with them, she said.

Your rights as a renter to repairs on a leaky roof

A Houston couple contacted us saying their apartment roof is leaking from all this rain this week and they just moved in. Renters have rights when it comes to a leaky roof. It makes a home uninhabitable and state law requires a landlord to repair it.

Where to find Father's Day deals

One of the best gifts you can give is just having fun together. So we rounded up places you can take Dad for free this Father's Day.

President Trump backs $4,000 travel tax credit

If you have the itch to travel, you may be able to take up to a $4000 tax credit for taking a vacation. President Trump is pushing a proposal aimed at resuscitating the hard-hit travel industry.

Legal help on how to fight illegal evictions

We've been hearing harrowing stories from people being locked out of their homes, or their power turned off, after losing their jobs during the shutdown. But that's not legal and state law says may let you collect money in damages from your landlord.