Spring is an important time for your lawn. If you neglect it now, you’ll pay the price the rest of the year. Here are three steps for spring lawn care from Angie’s List.
Is your favorite restaurant telling the truth about fat and calories? Consumer Reports put several dishes to the test to find out.
Buying a new TV is a big purchase. And, of course, you want your picture to dazzle.
Dieting for dollars is a concept that’s catching on across the country and a local woman is a big winner for losing. It’s weight loss with a twist. You actually gamble money on your weight loss. if you lose, you win and a local woman won more than $500.
Selling a home can be a big task for any homeowner. Details such as home staging, photos and your real estate agent can really impact how much your home sells for and how quickly it sells.
Fences have both practical and aesthetic value, but a badly conceived fence can be an eyesore and a source of conflict with neighbors.
Hair extensions can make you look like you have long, luscious locks. Celebrities have made them popular, but Consumer Reports cautions that they can turn ugly.
According to the American Dental Association, 75 percent of people have a fear of the dentist, and 10 percent of those fears turn into phobias.
If you’re tired of fighting with your teenager over clothes and all the money you spend shopping, you may be in luck.
Nutrition experts say weight loss starts at the grocery store. If you’re looking to drop some weight fast, here are seven foods that can help.
There are nearly 200 high rise buildings in Downtown Pittsburgh. Thousands of workers are in those offices every day. Think about this… if your office caught on fire, would you know what to do?
First-time home buyers may wonder if it’s necessary to purchase a home warranty. Today’s Angie’s List report takes a look at why you should read the fine print before making a decision.
As consumer editor, Susan Koeppen covers stories related to all consumer issues, including safety, money and health. Do you have an idea for a story? Let her know!
If you are looking to buy a used car, you should do some investigating before you get stuck with a junker.
Susan Koeppen noticed something when she runs – she always run with her thumbs up. She has since she was a kid. It didn’t mean much to her until the day she almost stopped running forever.