Members of a small Fort Worth church say they paid for their parking lot to be repaved, but the lot is in even worse shape than before.
Spray Perfect, a spray-on nail polish, says it's the world's fastest manicure and adheres to the nails but not the skin. NBC 5 Consumer Reporter Wayne Carter bought it to see how it works.
A South Dallas woman married a man she met in Jamaica, when the government misplaced the money orders paying for his citizenship paperwork, and the post office was delayed in reprinting them.
Amazon, Chase and Berkshire Hathaway say they are tackling the rising cost of health care together.
When a Frisco couple saw their daughter's collar bone snap during a wrestling match, they thought the school's insurance would take care of her medical bills. But when that didn't happen, they called NBC...
A government shutdown would mean parts of major federal agencies, like the Internal Revenue Service, would shut down, and that could have a huge impact on home buyers.
Extra money in your paycheck might be needed come tax time, and if not, it's a great way to build a nest egg.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently finalized a new rule that prohibits lenders from issuing loans with fees so high that the customer can't afford to pay them back.
Hackers are able to steal high scores and perhaps even credit card information
The Fur Wizard says it works quickly and easily to clear the fur off of almost anything. NBC 5's Wayne Carter bought it to find out how it lives up to the claims.
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