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Even missing a traffic court date could mean a fine of $250.
From divorce to separation to child custody and support. Find out what the common misconceptions are and what the truth is.
Four children died in the last month due to accidentally strangling themselves in window blind cords.
The last thing you want is to see the person who is cooking your food or delivery your food coughing and sneezing. Restaurants can be docked 3 points if they allow workers to be working sick.
Lee Staton says most mold and bed bug issues are health issues, not landlord issues. There is no state law that requires landlords to clean up mold.
NC Texting While Driving Law Hard To Enforce
Consumer Reports says people's information could still be at risk, even with the monitoring service offered by Target.
State Fixes School Computer Problem 2WTK Exposed
Here's a look at your 2 Wants To Know Restaurant Report Card scores of the week.
Fair Housing Investigator Lee Staton with City of Greensboro goes more indepth about landlord tenant issues and repairs.
This scheme starts with a phony error message. Next you're on the phone with a phony customer service rep who tells you to download software. What you're really doing is allowing schemers to have remote access to your computer.
Attorney David Daggett weighs in on two viewer consumer issue disputes and clarifies the truth about accident liability and medical bills.
If passed, a defendant would be able to waive their right to a jury trial & have a judge decide their fate.
Google just bought Nest Labs for $3 billion. But does their smoke detector work?
We asked police and insurance experts to tell us how liability and insurance works in multi-car pile-ups. The big take-away, someone can spin out in front of you, but if you hit them you could be liable for following too close to avoid the crash.
New Software Causing Trouble For NC Students
Consumer Alerts tells the story of how obituary thieves were found out. They ask for death certificates, which are public record, get the information and then use it to steal your dead loved ones identity.
Attorney Melissa Duncan clears up misconceptions surrounding bankruptcy, debt consolidation and student loan issues.
From 70% off Android Tablets to $39 griddles, this is a huge day to save.
Consumer Reports tests found some appliances could put your safety at risk.
The IRS has guidelines on what you need to keep and what you can trash and when. For most of us, we only need to keep returns within the last 3 years. That includes the documentation for deductions.
Heartfelt Portraits finally delivers one bride's wedding photos after months of delays.
Certified Financial Planner Matt Logan talks about how waiting makes a huge difference in your benefit, how you can get benefits off your ex-spouses social security and what it means to file and suspend.
Top Chef contestant Tre Wilcox could only buy his meal's ingredients from the dollar store on a $10 budget.
Paula McGarrell of Clean Time Solutions in Greensboro looked at all the closet pictures viewers sent in and chose three to talk about.
Consumer Reports pitted the $330 Dyson Hard against the $40 Swiffer Sweeper
The KWTK question taught us a whole bunch more about chickens and their eggs than we ever thought about. Did you know chickens have earlobes and their earlobe color determines the color of their eggs.
Today's deals are more than 90% off complete with free shipping!
Piedmont Parent Magazine helps parents help their kids deal with matters of the heart
There is one way to tell which kitchens to avoid - check the score. Lauren Melvin is keeping an eye on it with 2 Wants to Know Restaurant Report Card.
Government Can't Track Where It Spent All Of Stimulus
Saturday, March 1st from 8am-2pm at Guilford College.
The City says discolored water is unpleasant to look at but disinfected and okay to use.
Did you know grocery store meat and seafood counters get inspected too? Two of them make tonight's Restaurant Report Card. Lauren Melvin gives you a closer look at the inspections.
The person preparing your food can't have a cup of water within reach while cooking.
Here are the top and bottom restaurant scores from across the Triad.
Paula McGarrell of Clean Time Solutions In Greensboro shows how her company has re-organized closets, kitchens and garages in everyday homes.
A schemer convinced people to pay for a 'stimulus gift card' with the promise of thousands of dollars in return.
How do you figure the value of your clothing donation?
Consumer Reports tested more than 260 cars, drove hundreds of thousands of miles, & put them through over 50 tests.
Pets DNA will be added to registry. Non-picked up poo will be collected and tested to find the culprit.
Tech expert Kent Meeker says if your computer backup is in the same location as your computer, you really don't have a backup! He offers us two cloud systems: Carbonite & CrashPlan.
2WTK found the most common alterations and their average costs in the Triad
Consumer Reports included it in its tests of more than 60 paints to see what you get paying top dollar.
The best deal we've ever seen on Reebok Running shoes alongside a $16 Bluetooth Bargain.
Records: ICRCM Had $40 Million+ Before Asking For Help
A woman posing as a cancer survivor solicited donations and stole money from millions
Back in 1975, the average supermarket carried around 9,000 products. Today, that number is nearly 47,000.
Since 2010, the City of Greensboro has had 7 people serve as city attorney.
Normally, it's buyer beware. Now, it's seller beware.
The Neater Feeder claims to make your pet's meal time spill proof, but does it work?
Many foods tout "0 grams trans fat per serving" but it's still in many packaged foods.
More than 3 pounds of Italian pasta, sauce and olive oil at 50% off.
The Kids Want To Know question started with finding out how much money was in circulation in the U.S. Then we found out the lifespan of each denomination and how many bills were printed this year.
If you think your doctor's office will know if you're about to be billed for something out of network, think again.
This hugely popular speaker system is back one last time at $35 down from $70
How do they define wait time? Is it accurate? 2 Wants To Know gets answers.
See the top and bottom scores from across the Triad this week.
If you're considering a hip or knee replacement, Consumer Reports has some important cautions.