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.
The NBC 5 Responds team suggests other steps to protect yourself while waiting to freeze your credit report in the wake of the Equifax breach.
If you're shopping for airfare for an upcoming trip, you might want to wait a little bit before you book.
If you're planning to do some home improvement work, watch out. Prices for materials are rising across North Texas.
People all over the country are looking to protect themselves after credit reporting giant Equifax announced its computers were hacked, potentially exposing the personal information of millions of Americans.
The FBI is investigating a massive cyberattack at credit reporting agency Equifax that affects nearly half of the entire population of the United States.
Farmers were largely impacted by the Hurricane Harvey, and Hurricane Irma is poised to do the same. But it doesn't mean you'll necessarily pay more.
Airlines have strict rules on non-refundable tickets, but there is hope when unforeseen medical issues occur.
There's a warning about a new way scammers are stealing your personal identity and your money. All they need is your cellphone number.
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