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.
Sunbit offers Buy Now, Pay Later financing for things like auto repairs, dental work, or eye glasses.
Thousands of more Houston area families are expected to face eviction soon as the CDC moratorium ends Saturday and won't be extended again.
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 member of our FOX family in Philadelphia is sharing his story of being burned from a propane grill malfunction to warn others.
We often hear from viewers who say they have mold growing in their apartments and they can't get it fixed. But it's a health hazard, and renters have rights.
People who catch COVID-19 this year may face much higher medical bills than if they had caught the disease last year.
Cyber experts have discovered they are vulnerable to a new way that hackers can attack when you're using public Wi-Fi hot spots.
A post-pandemic wedding rush is on as many couples are rescheduling weddings they cancelled last year.
The City of Houston Code Enforcement has slapped an apartment complex with warnings for several more health hazards after a sewage leak.
The IRS started sending out child tax credit payments today.
While economists say prices for some consumer goods will stay high for a while, many expect inflation to decrease next year.
Many shoppers are finding shrinkflation, the downsizing of products being sold for the same price.
A new law means you should start receiving fewer illegal robocalls soon.
Not only did more people adopt pets during the pandemic, but more folks are also traveling with their pets these days.
Tech companies such as Google and Facebook sell your data, the information you reveal about yourself when you're clicking or shopping online. Now some companies are turning the tables, letting consumers sell their own data.
Several families tell us they've had an inch of raw sewage inside their Houston apartments for ten days.
Credit experts say some homebuyers are hurting their credit and finances by overpaying for houses in this red hot real estate market.
As more online shoppers are using Buy Now, Pay Later financing, a new study shows many are getting themselves into trouble.
15 organizations teamed up Wednesday at Harvest Time Church and connected nearly 600 people with the rental aid and other resources they need.