Gloria Neal’s Blog
In just a couple of months old televisions and computer monitors will no longer be allowed in dumpsters and landfills. A new law that goes into effect in July will require that all old electronics be recycled.
The “My Denver Card” opens the door to the city’s recreation centers, pools and libraries for the younger set in Denver.
Following a natural gas explosion the burned a home in Grand Junction and injured three people, Xcel Energy has once again released tips to the public on how to detect a leak.
March snows have not done much to relieve water worries in Colorado, so the Denver Water Board will declare a Stage 2 drought on March 27.
There is an additional tool when it comes to your credit score. One company said it will provide a better assessment of a person’s credit risk.
You might be on your way to the grocery store or to work, but if you hit a pothole, it can cost you. If you see one, there’s a way to get it fixed.
The unemployment rate has fallen to 7.7 percent nationwide and businesses have added 236,000 jobs last month. That’s far better than economists expected, but where are the jobs?
CBS4′s Gloria Neal has been looking into how you can improve your credit score and avoid mistakes during Consumer Protection Week.
As technology evolves, so do the criminals who use it. One area being highlighted this week is the ever-changing crime of identity theft. One problem is there are so many different forms.
Being a smart consumer isn’t always easy, and it seems crooks are always trying to get to your money. CBS4’s Gloria Neal found out some help is coming.