Tires are among the most overlooked equipment on our vehicles. And when it's time to retire the old tread a lot of us make costly mistakes.
When it comes to buying a car, getting a good deal doesn't mean you're getting good value.
LED light bulbs are game changers. They promise to last anywhere from 23 to 46 years. And thanks to electronic circuitry and semiconductor chips, they have the potential to do more than just turn on and off. Consumer Reports checks out several.
When you buy a house, you're responsible for all repairs to the water and sewer lines on the property. If there's a leak or a sewer line back-up, you pay the bill for everything between your house and the street. unless you have special insurance. but one KOMO viewer who 'purchased' the insurance got a big shock when she tried to file a claim.
New research shows that children who don't eat fruits and vegetables when they are babies are less likely to eat them at age six.
Studies have shown that for people with dementia music may reduce agitation and improve behavior issues that are so common in the middle-stage of the disease.
It's bad enough to lose your home and belongings to a flood or landslide, but it's even worse when your insurance company won't pay to repair the damage.
Each year, hundreds of toddlers across the country are seriously burned when they crawl up to or run into a gas fireplace and touch the hot glass.
New Year's resolutions aren't just for people. Here are a few you can make that include your pets.
Some of the most competitive neighborhoods in the country are in the Seattle-area, according to a new report from Redfin, the Seattle-based real estate firm.
It's cold and you want to stay warm, so you have a hot drink before you head out. Will that warm your body?
Snoring is a common problem. About half of all men and one in four women snore.
The idea behind car infotainment systems is simple: Give drivers an easy-to-use way to access their phone, music and navigation all while still keeping their eyes on the road. But many drivers find the systems are too complicated or that they don't always work.
It may be hard to imagine Grandma unable to pay her bills or Grandpa being hounded by debt collectors. But for millions of Americans this is the harsh reality of retirement. They’re constantly trying to juggle bills and fend off debt collectors who can very intimidating.
Store shelves are packed with weight-loss supplements promising to help you drop pounds, lose inches and burn fat fast.