Many people rely on their cell phones to store their most personal information, but many do not realize the risks that come along with the convenience.
Some parents are using GPS devices to make sure their families are safe. Eyewitness News wanted to put these trackers to the test and see how they work.
The small SUV is becoming the modern version of the classic family station wagon. However, safety experts are saying these SUVs may be more dangerous that the
A potentially dangerous door lock issue in Honda CR-Vs is worrying a local man.
Do you have an experience with a faulty stroller? If so, now is the time to speak up, as the Consumer Product Safety Commission is looking for consumer
Over the past several weeks, there has been confusion and outrage over foreclosure settlement checks that are beginning to arrive in mailboxes nationwide.
Rhode Island has a law on the books that's supposed to protect you if you buy a used car that breaks down. But Eyewitness News has learned the regulations for
As more and more companies incorporate game-like features into their wellness plans, employees can get their game on and get healthy.
Home inspectors are often the last line of defense for home buyers and their findings can sometimes make or break a deal on a dream home.
When planning your financial future adds up to confusion, a little professional help can go a long way.
The Food and Drug Administration is investigating possibly harmful effects of caffeine on children and teens.
Eyewitness News has uncovered a potential danger in your home --pop-up laundry hampers. The wire-bound hampers have been springing up without warning, causing
Social media websites have been making their way into users' personal and professional lives, and now it looks like some financial companies are even using it
Online shoppers may be disappointed with a new bill that recently passed through the United States Senate.
Most people think of gluten as lurking solely in food products, but it is commonly found in a number of everyday products that can pose a risk to those
Whether you're headed to the beach, the mountains, or maybe a national park, there are plenty of ways to save money on your summer vacation.