Recall Issued For Kolcraft Sleep Recliner AccessoryRecall went into effect after infant fatalities were reported with other manufacturers' inclined sleep products.
Technology Is Making It Easier To Donate To Good CausesHilary Lane explains how with just one click, donating is easier and more accessible than ever before.
A Look At The Electric Car CrazeCBS4's David Sutta shows how it's more than a gimmick these days.
How To Make Money From Pesky RobocallsCBS4's Rudabeh Shahbazi explains how reporting the calls can net you cash.
Ring's Use Of Costumer Data Under Scrutiny From New ReportCBS4's Elise Preston shares the details of the Electronic Frontier Foundation report.
Honda Recalls Popular VehicleHonda recalls 241,000 Odyssey Minivans because of fire risk.
Personal Finance Expert Shares Tax Return TipsShani Curry St. Vil explains what's the smart play when you get your tax return.
Insurance Institute For Highway Safety Releases List Of Safest CarsElise Preston reports Mazda took home the most Safety Pick Plus awards.
App Claims To Detect Eye Disease By Scanning PhotosThe app called "Cradle" scans your photos to identify unusual glares that could be a sign of 27 different eye conditions.
New Report Urging Grocery Stores To Do More To Warn Customers About Recalled ProductsThe CDC estimates 48 million Americans get food-borne illness every year, with some cases coming from the food bought at supermarkets.
Valentine's Day Spending UpHow much do you love me? The average person will spend a little over $196 to shower those they care for with love.
DOJ: Spies From Chinese Government Behind Equifax HackCBS4's Michael George has the details.
Authorities Using New Device To Protect People From Credit Card SkimmersCBS4's Frances Wang got a firsthand look at the "Skim Reaper."
Consumer Alert: College Loans & YouIt's estimated student loan debt now tops more than $1.5 trillion. Paying for those loans can be difficult and experts say the key is to plan ahead.
Authorities Cracking Down On Fake Super Bowl MerchandiseCBS4's Joan Murray reports one South Florida business owner was already busted.
Four Companies Recall Thousands Of Infant Incline SleepersThe Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling four different kinds of inclined infant sleepers because of a risk of suffocation.
New Reports Of Big Increase In Data BreachesCBS News correspondent Anna Werner reports the "Identity Theft Resource Center" counted nearly 1,500 breaches of U.S. private and government organizations in 2019.
Watch Out For Text Message Scam About Delivered PackagesCompanies like FedEx, UPS and DHL don't text about missed deliveries.
Exploding Satellite?DirectTV has less a month to remove a satellite from space that it says could explode.
New Rules Could Bump Emotional-Support Animals From AirplanesThe Trump administration may crack down on which emotional-support animals can be brought on airplanes.
FedEX To Start Sunday DeliveriesThe delivery service begins Sunday ground service as it tries to compete with Amazon and other shippers.
Information Shared To Women’s Health Apps Might Not Be As Secure As Some May ThinkConsumer Reports' Digital Lab examined five popular tracking apps: Flo, Clue, Ovia, BabyCenter and My Calendar.
New Tech Extending Lifespan Of Fruits & VeggiesPackets created by Hazel Technologies slows the ripening process of some produce.
Lucky's Market Shuttering All South Florida StoresThe only store that will remain open is the store in West Melbourne.

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