A going out of business sale usually means big savings, but one South coast Kmart shopper says that's not the case.
Eugene Water & Electric Board directors say energy saving/smart meters are coming, but only for customers who want them. Program opponents argue the new policy doesn't go far enough.
Pancakes are a special breakfast favorite when weekends roll around, but for some people, making evenly-cooked, uniformly-round pancakes can be a frustrating and messy challenge. The Perfect Pancake Pan promises to solve that problem.
While Congress debates and States set up new healthcare websites - scammers are having a hay day with the Affordable Care Act. They're posing as federal contractors, Medicare workers, or officials in the health insurance industry.
Three local tattoo parlors are joining together to help fight breast cancer, thanks to one survivor’s idea. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The man on the phone said he was calling from Microsoft to help Heather Penman clean up corrupt files on her computer and renew her software license. For $300, he could fix her machine and renew her licenses. Then he took control of Penman's computer.
Star light, star bright, what star is THAT I see tonight? This week's App of the Week is going to spark that inner astronomer in you.
When money is tight and the credit card bill arrives, it's mighty tempting to simply make the minimum payment.
Clarence Jackson, of Southeast Portland, discovered something disgusting that prompted a candy bar distributor to order stores to pull the item from their shelves.
September is Responsible Dog Owner Month - a good time to talk about what it means to be a good pet parent.
Knives, stoves, choppers and blenders – there are lots of potentially dangerous things in the kitchen. And don't forget the microwave oven.
Police say phone scammers have a new trick up their sleeves. The calls are coming in looking and sounding like they're from the police department, but they're not.
Manolo Rodriguez said he first heard a sizzling sound and then realized the phone in the chest pocket of his jacket was burning and was about to burst.
Identity theft is now the fastest growing crime in America, but there's one type of identity theft that most people don't know about, and it could kill you.
Parents and legal guardians will be able to place a security freeze on children’s credit history to prevent thieves from taking over their information and making fraudulent charges that often aren’t discovered for years.