Google Maps allows you to edit information, which could potentially help crooks pretend to be someone they're not.
A product promises to safely remove hair anywhere, so an Arlington mother tries it out to see if it's all that it's cut out to be.
Veterinarians say parvovirus is prevalent in Texas, and young animals are especially at risk.
The owner of a North Texas company says his business is on the brink of bankruptcy after someone posing as a legitimate customer launched a scheme that cost him hundreds of thousands of dollars.
NBC 5 Consumer Investigative Reporter Wayne Carter checks out different version of insulated cooler mugs to see if one outperforms the other.
A young man who had his oil changed at a Walmart service center said the check engine light soon came on, and no oil was on the dipstick.
A woman's lease was up, and her car was damaged at the car lot after she returned it, but she still wound up with the bill until NBC 5 Responds stepped in.
Reports of full-size SUVs with A/C issues are popping up online, and customers are waiting weeks for parts to come in.
A growing scam online shows houses up for rent without the knowledge of the owner or realtor.
If you have a child in college, chances are there are some pricey items in his or her dorm room. Insurance companies offer policies to help protect them.
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