Many common household cleaners contain hazardous chemicals but safer options do exist
Survey results on the country’s 68 top grocery store chains
About 3,000 people are killed each year in residential fires. And in the winter months the risk of house fires goes up with the use of fireplaces and space heaters. In a home fire, the risk of dying is cut in half if you have a working smoke alarm, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
Master manipulator dupes couple out of hundreds of life savings
Consumer Reports analysis offers mixed results
The best used car options under $10,000
You can be duped selling things online
Folks turning to supplements to help with resolutions be warned!
Consumer Reports shares good and bad choices
The Do Not Call Registry is supposed to prevent telemarketers from calling, but many on the list still receive some unwanted calls.
The best sounding and best buys
Police say several homeowners have spotted a tall skinny man (about 6 feet) wearing dark clothing peeping in windows and running through backyards in the area.
Dozens who signed up to live in traditional dorm rooms are either tripling up in rooms meant for just two or living in show rooms and lounge areas that have been turned into makeshift dorm rooms.
Boise State University spent nearly $200,000 on new metal detectors for games and special events. Before Saturday's game some were turned off on purpose.
The Idaho Attorney General orders the organizer and promoter of "Ribfest" and a failed wedding show to stop conducting business in the state.
Consumer Reports looks at the results of taste test of popular Greek yogurts.
Consumer Reports wants the FDA to reverse it's decision to aprrove a new, very strong painkiller.