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ConsumerWatch Weekend EditionConsumer reporter Julie Watts gets some back-to-school warnings from Rebecca Harpster from the Better Business Bureau. (8-19-17)
Mobile Homes in East Bay Red-TaggedAn eroding hillside has left residents at a mobile home park in San Pablo hanging. Julie Watts reports. (8-18-17)
Auto Insurance Rates Climb To New HeightsCar insurance rates are on the rise due to more cars on the road and rising health care costs. Julie Watts reports. (8/14/17)
ConsumerWatch: Digging Out of DebtIt's estimated that nearly three-quarters of college graduates are stuck with student debt. Now, a San Francisco startup says it can slash loan payments. Julie Watts reports. (8-10-17)
Reports Of Fidget Spinners Catching FireThis year’s hottest toy may be a little too hot. Consumerwatch reporter Julie Watts reports on cases of fidget spinners catching fire.
Flame Retardant Chemicals Linked To Lower IQs In KidsFlame retardants in sofas and many other consumer products can harm children's intelligence, according to a recent study. Melissa Caen reports. (8-4-17)