Mother of two says she needs $9,000 to be able to start her senior year and get her degree.
A Tualatin woman says someone stole her credit card from the changing room while she was in for a mammogram.
Americans eat a lot of ground beef. Last year we bought more than 2 billion pounds of it in supermarkets and big-box stores. But that hamburger you’re grilling could contain harmful bacteria, and unless you cook it thoroughly, it could make you sick.
When choosing a backpack, most important thing is fit. Look for straps that are wide, padded and contoured. The top of the shoulder straps should sit one or two inches below the shoulders.
Consumer Reports looked at 20 beverages to help you decide which ones to sip and which to skip.
It’s almost back-to-school time again, and for those heading to college, laptops are a must these days. Lucky for students, laptops are getting lighter and lighter. Consumer Reports recommends a few of the lightest.
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Shopping expert shows us how you can conquer the back-to-school supply list.
A Salem landlord is facing criminal charges for allegedly taking rent deposit money for herself, leaving renters in the lurch.
Consumer experts want parents to ask these questions at school, to protect their children's personal info.
Many people are looking for help with their student loan payments. And many companies are trying to take advantage of that and take your money.
Homeland Security can show you how to make a plan to survive a movie theater shooting.
A new study says "fear of missing out" is the reason teens pick up the phone and text while driving.
A Portland woman believes cam thief may be the same guy breaking into other houses in the neighborhood.
A group is fighting to keep a school bus stop in Milwaukie, saying the kids will be exposed to seven predatory sex offenders if they have to walk to school.
Nike will give partial refunds or gift cards to people who bought FuelBand fitness trackers in the last 3 1/2 years, resolving a lawsuit that says the products can't accurately tally how many steps a user is taking or how many calories they've burned.
After Ikea chests tipped over and fatally injured two boys, safety regulators say consumers should stop using Ikea's dressers and chests for children unless the products are mounted to a wall.
The scheme starts with a man trying to get your attention at a stoplight, then trying to take your money.
Watch out for Amazon impostors claiming to offer you a secure way to pay for things you buy online.