The On Your Side team is tacking several issues on Tuesday.
Stores are offering doorbusters and deals, just like every year before,
trying to get more money into their cash registers. There are only four
weeks separating Thanksgiving and Christmas, so stores are offering even
more time to come shop.
Is someone watching you while you're in the privacy of your own home?
The On Your Side team was at it again on Tuesday. This time, helping
viewers with a myriad of problems including an apartment mold problem.
FCN even surprised a viewer who's suit pants were allegedly locked
inside a Mandarin alterations shop.
Q. I'm seeing a growing number of software glitches on my computer. Does that mean it's time for a new one?
Adobe Systems has issued a consumer alert after revealing it was the victim of a cyber attack.
Jeff, in Arlington, Rhonda in East Palatka, and Barry, in Jacksonville all asked the OYS team for help and they got it.
In Murray Hill, Evelyn is upset about what she says is a residential deposit increase of $225 on her JEA account.
This concern comes from Richard in St. Johns County, he said he ordered filters for his shark vacuum cleaner in May, but he hasn't gotten them yet.
Rates will go up by 3.5 percent for customers who use an average of 1,171 kilowatt hours per month.
If you're curious about Lily Collins and head to the Internet to find out, beware.
There is a scam in Northeast Florida is targeting JEA customers.
Home Depot issued a recall on Soleil portable fan heaters because they can melt, deform and catch fire during use, causing a fire hazard, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reported Thursday.
A Jacksonville man said he doesn't know where his scooter is. Plus, he said he feels like he's caught in the middle of an unfortunate situation after he bought it to a local mechanic to be fixed.
talks to a cell phone expert about the different phones and cases you
can use to protect your device from water and what to do if it does get
It's a sinking feeling, when you realized you've been had by a phishing scam. In the frenetic digital world we live in, it can happen to anyone.
Verizon Wireless, the country's largest cellphone carrier, on Friday said that it is extending the time it takes to earn a subsidized phone upgrade from 20 months on contract to 24 months.
Diane said she'd been charged twice for $316.70 and she desperately wants a refund. The On Your Side team got results for Diane.
The Department of Transportation is recalling 2012 Ford Taurus' and Lincoln MKS' and 2013 Ford Explorers.
Cell phones have become a part of everyday life. But that doesn't mean consumers are happy about the cost.
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