When you buy a toy, wouldn't it be nice to know if you got your money's worth? This week's Let Wayne Buy It takes the hottest toys of the year, and puts them in the hands of the best judges: kids.
Amazon recognizes the struggle of other retailers and small businesses as the online giant grows. They have a plan to help them.
When it comes to toys, kids are picky. And shopping for them can be tricky. But we found some home run toys that will have any kid jumping for joy.
Uber on Tuesday came clean about its cover-up of a year-old hacking attack that stole personal information about more than 57 million of its customers and drivers.
Data collecting toys are being added to consumer groups' annual list of problem toys.
NBC 5 Responds looks into how thousands of dollars intended for veterans' therapy was spent and what's being done to ensure vets get the help they need.
After NBC 5 shared a story of a North Texas driver whose car's engine had no oil after a Walmart oil change, other viewers came forward with similar stories.
NBC 5 Consumer Reporter Wayne Carter buys a water bottle designed for dogs to see how it lives up to it's claims.
NBC 5 Responds looks at some of the seized products and gives advice on how to avoid them.
If we travel out of the country, many of us pack our phones, too. But if you're not careful you could rack up a small fortune in roaming charges.
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