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Cell deception: Companies push for sale

Have you seen the AT&T commercial where a man is asking about hidden fees and the clerk in the store assures him that there aren't any?

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Save money on your cellphone plan

Monday night at 11 p.m., Local 6 investigative reporter Louis Bolden shows you how to save money on your cellphone bill.

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Tech changes pet interaction

Our pets are part of our family and they're quickly becoming part of our high tech world.

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Food stamp, child care fraud uncovered

Mona Daud and her longtime boyfriend Alex Polanco have been together for more than 13 years, raising three kids together in a home they share inside a gated community in Avalon Park, according to Daud’s Facebook page.


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Find right person, price for projects

How much should it cost to repair a roof or replace a toilet in Central Florida?


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Checking out charities before donating

More than 92 percent of Americans participate on some level of charitable giving. But do you really know who you are giving your money to?

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Tattoo removal for jobs

Tattoos seem to be more popular than ever, but tattoo removal is too, with some people having them removed to go into different lines of work.

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How to get a summer job

Looking for that perfect job but not sure where to start?

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Get discount on traffic citations

On Saturday, county clerk of courts across Central Florida are giving you a chance to pay your late traffic citations and criminal fines with a unique discount.

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Apps help citizens record police

As Orlando police officers arrived in the Parramore neighborhood in March 2014 to break up a fight, Luciarae Fripp pulled out her cellphone and began recording video. Fripp's camera captured Officer William Escobar appearing to...

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Genetic testing can show cancer risk

The question many people have been asking is, is it possible to know if you're at risk for genetic cancers?

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Finance expert: Give yourself raise

As you crunch the numbers for your 2014 tax return, chances are you will be getting a refund that is near the national average of $2,900.

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