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RECALL ALERT: Walmart Recalls Electric Water Kettle

CONSUMER RECALL ALERT Walmart has recalled their Rival electric water kettle with model numbers WK8283CU and WK8283CUY due to already 80 cases of either burn or shock. About 1.2 million

Burleson, Midlothian, South DFW Hit By Hail Storm

The DFW just can’t seem to catch a break these days. After only a week from one of the most devastating hailstorms the Dallas – Fort Worth area has seen, smaller

Dallas – Fort Worth Pelted With Devastating Hailstorms

In a matter of two weeks, the Dallas – Fort Worth area suffered over $1.1 billion in damages. On March 17th, Fort Worth was hit with hail a large a

Man Buys Billboard To Break Up With State Farm

San Antonio resident Paul Massay sure found a unique way to break up with his insurance company. After State Farm underpaid his water damage homeowner’s claim, Massay took the settlement

State of Disaster Declared For Del Rio After Hailstorm

Del Rio, Texas: Val Verde County Judge Efrain Valdez signed an order declaring a “local state of disaster for Val Verde County” on Friday following a devastating hail storm that

Study: Hospital Bills Are Leaving Americans Bankrupt

According to a study done by NerdWallet, a personal finance company, hospital bills are the leading cause for personal bankruptcy in the US. Every year, more and more Americans are

Chicago Tribune Commentary: A Hospital Bill To Make You Sick

John McCarren teaches and writes on urban affairs in the greater Chicago area. This week, McCarren took to his pending outrageous hospital bill to pen his latest commentary. Recently, he

Washington Post: How Nonprofit Hospitals Overcharge The (Under and) Uninsured

Lena Sun of the Washington Post highlights how some of the largest non-profit hospitals in the US are outrageously overcharge their under and uninsured patients. In the article, Sun cites a

TxDOT Urges Drivers to ‘END THE STREAK’ of Daily Fatalities

Every single day since November 7th, 2000, at least one person has died on Texas roadways. That’s a total of 5,478 consecutive days of at least one fatality. It’s a

How To Keep From Paying Outrageous Hospital Bills (ABC Action News)

Almost every day, you read a new story of how hard working Americans are paying outrageous hospital bills. ABC Action News reports out of Tampa, Florida of patients coming forward with their