Some Georgia residents will see a slightly cheaper electric bill come this summer.
Some have reportedly mistaken their Economic Impact Payment debit cards as junk mail after being confused by the envelope.
The National Association of Realtors said Thursday that last month's decline pushed sales down to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.33 million units, the slowest pace since September 2011.
The two-day shopping event is typically held in July, but keeping up with demand amid COVID-19 has led to the delay, according to a report.
Meat plants are still coronavirus hotspots, even as state lockdown restrictions ease and overall national case numbers begin to fall.
A Lilburn great-grandmother credited her medical alert device for getting quick help after a kitchen accident.
The reported text says the recipient has qualified for $175 worth of free groceries and comes with a link to redeem the offer. But don’t click the link.
Unemployment figures are still rising in the state, but it’s expected to level off soon.
Uber said it will require drivers to take a selfie in the app to enforce the rule.
Publix says it will expand its store hours starting this Saturday as lockdown restrictions continue to ease.
Some airlines are being slammed for not offering full refunds to travelers who had to cancel their flights due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Your questions about unemployment benefits keep rolling in. It’s frustrating; we get it. FOX 5's Dana Fowle can’t answer everything, but she's trying to chip away at as many of these as she possibly can without being able to actually see your files.
With the rush to get stimulus checks out, some people who are not supposed to get them did. It was unclear what to do at first with checks that arrived to deceased people. Now it’s clear; the IRS wants it back.
One wine company has set up a hotline for frustrated moms to let out their anger, and even turn their rage into a chance to win free wine.
The kits include donut rings and a variety of frostings and sprinkles to decorate your own donut creations at home.
Tenants worried about paying rent during the coronavirus crisis can use a new tool unveiled earlier this week by the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which oversees mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, to check whether they are protected under a federal eviction moratorium.
It’s been weeks now that many of you have tried to file for unemployment. And we know it hasn’t been easy.
A 'limited quantity' is being recalled after the mixup in packaging.
Grocery and goods giant Costco will limit the amount of fresh beef, pork and chicken products customers can buy.
For families living paycheck-to-paycheck, paying rent was already a struggle. But the CARES Act, which provides protection from eviction right now, is a lifesaver for some but not most renters.