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Shots Fired In San Leandro Costco Parking Lot

Police in San Leandro are working to identify a suspect who fired shots in a Costco parking lot Sunday afternoon.


Costco customers walk in front of a Costco Warehouse store in Richmond. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Costco To Pay $3.6M To Settle Environmental Violations Lawsuit

Retail giant Costco will pay $3.6 million for alleged environmental violations under a settlement with the district attorneys of more than two dozen California counties.


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San Francisco Garage Mahal: Much More Than A Place To Park

Turn your garage into a place for solitude, recreation or just fun.


Customers rush through the door at Best Buy. (CBS)

ConsumerWatch: Which Retailers Are Naughty This Holiday Season?

In a fashion similar to that of the Occupy camps, mall security guards in Roseville tried to kick out campers waiting out in tents for Best Buy’s Black Friday deals.


A Walgreens store (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

ConsumerWatch: Pharmacy Location Can Affect Prescription Prices

Bay Area pharmacy customers could avoid overpaying for prescription drugs by simply finding another location of the same pharmacy chain, according to a CBS 5 ConsumerWatch investigation.

CBS San Francisco–07/13/2011


Truck Smashed Into Danville Costco, ATM Stolen

Thieves reportedly used a stolen utility truck to smash through a door to a Costco store in Danville early Sunday morning and then dislodge an ATM inside.

CBS San Francisco–05/09/2011


Man Stabbed Outside Rohnert Park Costco

A man was stabbed outside a Costco store in Rohnert Park on Friday afternoon, police said.

CBS San Francisco–04/02/2011


ConsumerWatch: Costco Takes The Plunge In Wedding Dress Market

From baked goods to furniture, Costco is getting into the wedding business. The company’s website offers competitive prices on jewelry, flowers, and photos for your big day.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–02/17/2011

Macy's. (CBS)

ConsumerWatch: Naughty And Nice Retailer Policies

Santa is not the only one keeping a list of who’s been naughty and nice.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–11/22/2010

California Earthquake

ConsumerWatch: Putting Emergency Food Rations To The Test

There is a 99 percent chance we’ll be hit by a major earthquake within the next 30 years. When disaster strikes, there is now a way to feed your family for an entire month on less than $100.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–11/12/2010




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