A consumer credit foundation is urging people to check for errors on their credit reports on a regular basis.
A Harrisonville couple is out thousands after buying a used SUV but not receiving title to it from the dealership.
Frustrated with high insurance premiums and deductibles, some patients prefer to see a family doctor who charges less but does not accept insurance.
The owner of a Lee's Summit piano consignment store and subject of Call for Action reports has been charged with felony stealing, deception and unlawful business practices.
If you need a medical procedure, you probably go to where your doctor recommends. However, that recommendation may not always be the best for your wallet.
Google announced Wednesday people in 180 Kansas City fiberhoods who missed the deadline can now now have until December 22 to sign up for Google Fiber.
A couple contacted Call for Action for help trying to get a loan modification for their home. Now, their efforts paid off.
Here are some reminders of how debt can hold you back as a consumer.
A Blue Springs woman feels a letter she received from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City violates her privacy.
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Police are currently out searching for a missing student from the University of Kansas.
The northwest side of the Kansas City Downtown Loop is back open after a serious accident…
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One person is dead and two others injured following a two-car crash in Kansas City, Mo.