In the midst of a drought, more and more people are turning to water saving landscaping. Beyond zero-scaping or just using native plants, there’s another
When Google confirms the plan to introduce its ultra high-speed Internet service in Austin, it may not come to your house overnight.
Parents apparently know child identity theft is a problem but are not taking measures to stop it.
To avoid high contracting costs and home facelifts gone wrong, the Better Business Bureau offers Central Texans tips on finding a trustworthy contractor.
Whole Foods Market said it is recalling a portion of Whole Catch Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon sold in 4-ounce packages because it may be contaminated with a
The number of plug-in electric vehicles are on the increase in Central Texas and Austin Energy now has more money to work with.
A new study in the journal "Pediatrics" finds more children are getting injured in those increasingly popular inflatable bounce houses.
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Toys are safer than ever before, consumer advocates say, but parents should remain vigilant in keeping their little ones away from powerful magnets and small
Thanksgiving travelers choosing to drive to their holiday destination can be thankful for low gas prices this year.
Tips from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
The Texas-based maker of Twinkies and Ding Dongs says the bakers' union strike has prevented it from producing and delivering products.
Using your personal devices to connect to your company's network for email or other work may be convenient, but it also brings up legal issues.
Nine safety tips from the Federal Trade Commission
Gas prices are sharply lower in Texas, and analysts say the drop is due in part to falling demand because so many vehicles and airplanes on the East Coast were