Afghan Immigrant Runs Into Trouble Registering First CarA man from Afghanistan who was granted a visa in the U.S. after assisting troops overseas recently discovered just how complicated the process of registering a car can be for immigrants.
Prosthetic Limb Upgrades Can Take Work With InsuranceTechnology has led to huge advances in artificial limbs, but for many patients, the quality of their prosthetic depends on their insurance.
Social Media Scams Get More SophisticatedHigh-tech crooks are moving beyond traditional social media scams like creating fake profiles with a friend's name, turning to a multi-pronged approach that may catch some by surprise.
Many Delta Passengers Still Waiting For Help After MeltdownWhile there has been a lot of recent discussion about United Airlines dragging a bumped customer off a plane, earlier in April more than half a million Delta customers were dealing with a travel nightmare of their own.
'Smart' Toothbrushes May Get Kids To Brush And Play At Same TimeGetting little kids to brush their teeth can be a challenge. Even if you do get them to brush, they may not be doing it correctly. But a new generation of so-called “connected toothbrushes” could help on both fronts.
Storm Damage Makes Homeowners Easy Prey For Illicit ContractorsWith many Bay Area homes sustaining damage in the recent storms, a huge demand has been created for contractors to do repairs.
Complaints Rise Over Colorado-Based Cremation Firm Operating Illegally In CaliforniaA cremation provider with a history of legal problems and unhappy customers is operating in California despite being ordered to stop.
Parent Tests Prompt Lead Concerns in Popular Sippy CupsA popular children's brand is backtracking on a voluntary recall after a blogger and parents across the country claimed to have found lead in the company's sippy cup.
Mission Bay Local Calls Intersection An 'Accident Waiting To Happen'A dangerous intersection in one of San Francisco's fastest-growing neighborhoods is making some people nervous.
Takata Pleads Guilty To Hiding Air Bag Defect; Will Pay $1 BillionTakata Corp. has agreed to plead guilty to a single criminal charge and will pay $1 billion in fines and restitution for concealing a deadly defect in its air bag inflators.
Taking A Closer Look At Low-Cost Prescription Eyeglasses OnlineThe ads are eye-catching and the prices - eye-popping. Online companies are now selling prescription eyeglasses for as little as $25 a pair, a fraction of what they cost in brick-and-mortar stores. So how good they really be? The ConsumerWatch team decided to take a look.
Not Everyone Is Having Luck Replacing Recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 PhonesThere may be a roadblock in the return process for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone.