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.
RIP Medical Debt is abolishing debt for North Texans using donations from NBC 5 viewers.
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If your car is damaged while driving through a construction zone, who is responsible for the repairs?
Chances are your newer-model car has safety features you may not fully understand. NBC 5 Responds asked the experts to show us how they work.
Two North Texas Mothers hired a characters to appear at their children's birthday party, but the characters never showed up and the company wouldn't provide a refund, they turned to NBC 5 Responds.
The Better Business Bureau is warning North Texans to protect themselves against a fake check scheme.
Homeowners in Richardson are meeting to determine what steps they should take to get their damage covered.
Research shows about 70 percent of Americans have a smart phone, but do you know all the things your smartphone can do? NBC 5 Consumer Responds went to an expert to find out how to make your Android do more for...
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