Survive This Economy
As gas prices rose quickly this year, Angelenos took to public transportation in higher numbers, according to ridership data released Friday by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Pet adoptions were up 25% last year, according to the SPCA – LA, but at the same time they’ve also taken in more animals because families have lost jobs and homes.
Parents weary (and wary) of holiday toy shopping have never appreciated a child’s ability to play with something a few times and then become bored with it.
Michelle Alanis has a new job and a new home after her landlord’s foreclosure forced her and her children out of their house. Alanis credits the positive outcome to the power of prayer.
Every kid has said it. “I want that.”
You probably have heard the proverb “it takes a village to raise a child” and now a group of single moms are doing just that — combining families into “mommunes.”
Want to get a way to get a jump start on your holiday shopping, but haven’t quite filled your piggy bank yet? Consumer savings expert Andrea Woroch says layaway programs are making a comeback. She visited the KCAL9 studio to share some tips.
In a tough real estate market, sellers have to be proactive to get a leg up on the competition. One industry expert says the secret to success may be spying on your neighbors.
In the current economic climate, desperate homeowners who have fallen on hard times can become easy prey for scam artists. Knowing the law is the first step to avoid falling for a predator’s schemes.
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, a new application for the iPhone and iPad helps shoppers save time and money.
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Colonel Sanders wants to help you survive this tough economy. KFC is offering a real treat leading up to the Halloween – double the sides. If you purchase an eight piece […]
The Commerce Department’s latest report shows consumer spending increased over the last three months, but have savings decreased.
It’s the new go-to, buzz word in food marketing. To call a product “artisan.”
Food pantries are places of last resort for many people down on their luck, trying to survive in this economy. But the L.A. Regional Food Bank reports that many of the agencies that provide free food for those in need are in need themselves.
We have learned that many big stores like Walmart, Target, Sears, Staples and Bed Bath & Beyond are offering price-match guarantees this holiday season.