When you think of Thanksgiving dinner what comes to mind? Maybe turkey or stuffing or pumpkin pie.
Most retailers are being as careful as they can about keeping unsafe toys off their shelves, but undercover shoppers say despite regulations and warnings, local stores are still stocking toys that pose a health or safety threat to kids. Part of the problem- is retailers can't always tell if there's an issue with what they're getting from distributors and manufacturers. Beyond that, federal inspectors only catch a fraction of the problem merchandise when it comes into the country.
The promise of shaving hours of the cooking time for turkey while retaining the moisture has many KOMO 4 viewers interested in a new product called TurboRoaster. The problem? Where to find it. Bartell Drugs now says it has the solution.
Music has almost magical powers. It lifts the spirit and stimulates the brain. And now, it seems, it might help those suffering from dementia.
A new product called "TurboRoaster" claims to cut time in half when you're roasting a whole turkey. It also promises a tasty, juicy bird -- and marketers are really pushing it for the holidays. But does it work?
A new roof is expensive. Maintain it and that roof should last 25 to 30 years.
The cost of our Thanksgiving feast here in Western Washington runs higher than the national average, so where can you get the best prices to keep your cost down? The KOMO 4 Problem Solvers show you.
Almost every new car used to come with a spare tire, but these days spares are no longer standard. And even if you have a spare, changing a tire is no fun. Consumer Reports tested tire-sealant compressor kits, as well as aerosol cans that promise a quick fix. To test, a car was outfitted with 15-inch, all-season tires and one of the tires was punctured with a small nail.
Computer users are being warned of a mass virus that freezes your computer files, then extorts a ransom to unlock it.
You’re stressed. You’re sleep-deprived. And you’re running around trying to get all of your shopping done.
When you think of landlord-tenant disputes, you might picture a modest apartment or house where repairs aren't being made. But one local tenant's dispute is over a house that cost her $3,000 a month in rent. It's a case with a number of unexpected twists, including the fact that instead of going after the landlord, this tenant is going after the property management company that helped her rent the home.
Black Friday used to be so easy. It was the day after Thanksgiving. Now, it starts on Thursday, or sooner.
Household electronics make our lives a lot easier, but they can also make things a lot messier because of all the cords and cables. A product called "Side Socket" promises to help solve that problem by repositioning the sockets so they face the sides of the outlet. The commercials promise teh device creates extra space in your room by allowing you to push your furniture closer to the wall.
It's the vegetable that's on almost every menu these days. Yes, I'm talking about Kale.
This holiday season, tablets are bound to be a top gift item. Chances are there's someone on your holiday list who's been dropping hints that they want one. Just in time for Black Friday, Consumer Reports has released its Ratings of close to 100 tablets.