No one likes paying for tolls in Texas, but a woman in Weatherford said she was very angry after getting billed for a car she doesn’t even own anymore.
Phone calls from collection agencies: just the thought makes many of us uneasy. Sometimes they call about bills you know nothing about, and that uncertainty is something that could be used to get you to...
Two North Texas couples were excited to take a dip into their newly purchased hot tubs, but it didn’t take them long to realize their tubs had major problems.
A senior citizen stood to have her social security check confiscated after falling victim to a fake lotto scheme. NBC 5's consumer investigative reporter Wayne Carter helped her find a solution.
New reports state that the average price of a pickup truck will soon cross $50,000 in the United States.
RIP Medical Debt is abolishing debt for North Texans using donations from NBC 5 viewers.
For the last six months, a Fort Worth man has been in a heated battle with his HOA. He said the HOA had a problem with the color of the roof. NBC 5's Samantha Chatman stepped in and had his back.
Sometimes new parts don't always fix the problem, we look into what happened for a Dallas couple who's aging AC died.
A man in Tampa saw our stories on non-collision Kia fires and said the same thing happened to him, with his two daughters in the backseat of his Hyundai.
A Mansfield family arrived to check in to their hotel before a wedding, only to find out there were no rooms left -- even though they had reservations. So they called NBC 5 Responds.
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