A woman in Fort Worth hoped to make her daughter's 15th birthday party one she'd never forget. But an issue with the venue caused her to lose $1,800, so she called NBC 5 Responds' Samantha Chatman for help.
NBC 5 Responds first told you about reports of non-collision Kia and Hyundai fires. Our nation's lawmakers are now asking the automakers to explain why cars are going up in flames.
Drivers tell NBC 5 that General Motors is refusing to remove defective airbags from their vehicles.
Viewers reached out to NBC 5 Responds when their cars stalled after getting gas at an Arlington gas station.
The state's free market of power has created several businesses that exist simply on helping consumers understand it all.
The SecureWorld conference offers a chance for companies to share information and strategies on how to combat cybersecurity threats and issues.
Home inspectors don't guarantee your home is worry free, but there is information at your fingertips to help you know more about the person you're trusting to evaluate your home.
There are steps you can take to protect yourself, when changing providers.
Virtual reality goggles are growing in popularity and are even finding an audience outside of the gaming world.
NBC 5 Responds asks a home warranty company why a North Texas couple had to pay out of pocket for repairs that they felt were unnecessary.
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