New Report Gives US Airlines Better Grades Across The Board The airlines are getting better at sticking to their schedules and are losing fewer bags. Their customers seem to be complaining less often.
Tiny Nebraska Town Says No To 1,100 Jobs, Citing Way Of LifeOfficials thought Nickerson, Nebraska was the perfect spot for a chicken processing plant that would liven up the 400-person town with 1,100 jobs, more than it had ever seen. When plans leaked out, though, there was no celebration.
Senate Votes To Move Texas Public Integrity Unit From AustinThe Texas Senate has voted to move state public corruption investigations out of left-leaning Austin and into district attorneys' offices in the home county of elected officials accused of wrongdoing.
Moldy Front-Loading Washing Machines Result In Class Action SuitsIt’s helped tackle dirty laundry, using less energy, less water, and less detergent. However, front-load washing machines may be triggering more service calls, more trouble, and more lawsuits than manufacturers ever expected.
Watch Credit Cards For $9.84 ChargeA charge that adds up to less than ten bucks could be the tell tale sign that scammers have their hands on your credit card number.
Texas Among States With Complaints Of Contaminated Water From Drilling Texas is among at least four states that have received complaints of well-water contamination from oil or gas drilling.
8 Most Outrageous Financial Rip-Offs Of 2012 Unscrupulous auto dealers, building contractors and debt collectors, along with work-at-home and "free trial offer" scams, continued to top the list of the most common financial rip-offs suffered by consumers in 2012.
I-Team: VA Workers Say Poor Conditions Led To ComplaintsCurrent and former employees at the VA North Texas Medical System, told the CBS 11 I-Team they believe poor working conditions have contributed to several patient complaints that CBS 11 has investigated since last year.