Publishers Clearing House will give a million dollar prize to some lucky winner this month. Unfortunately, thousands of people will be duped by con artists pretending to be PCH.
Prepaid debit cards are the hot financial product right now. American consumers are expected to load $200 billion on these cards this year -- a 600 percent increase from 2010.
Our hearts go out to strangers more than three thousand miles away. No matter the disaster, people in Washington state are known for giving. But where we see caring and compassion scammers see opportunity to cash in our sympathy.
When Belly restaurant moved downtown into the former Adam's Sustainable Table space, Belly Taqueria was born.
One man called Eyewitness News to convey his dismay over a billboard in east Bakersfield, promoting McDonald's in Spanish.
State officials say Oregon's unemployment rate continues to inch down and was at 8.2 percent last month.
If your dog or get eats dry pet food - check the brand. Natura Pet Products just expanded the recall of its dry foods for puppies, kittens and adult dogs and cats. The company says salmonella bacteria was detected in some foods during tests at the plant.
After years of warnings about the danger of tiny, high-powered magnets, six major retailers are pulling Buckyballs and Buckycubes off the shelf.
The USDA is making some changes to meat labeling standards to help shoppers decipher what is actually contained in the plastic wrapped packages in the market meat department.
A disturbing North Seattle surveillance video shows a an adult using his toddler to steal a package from someone's home.
The ban on single-use plastic bags at grocery and retail stories takes effect May 1.
Allegiant Airlines is again saying aloha to Eugene-to-Hawaii non-stop service. The trick is, "aloha" can mean "hello" or "goodbye."
Now a company started 20 years ago by a former University of Oregon technology and neuro-science professor plans to hire more people in Eugene with a round of new investment.
You get older, you get more forgetful. Trust me, I know. This is a normal part of aging. It doesn't mean you have Alzheimer's disease or some other form of dementia. So how do you know?
Airlines keep shrinking the size of seats to stuff more people onto planes, those empty middle seats that once provided a little more room are now occupied and more people with tickets are being turned away because flights are overbooked.