Monday, December 9, 2013
The Bottom Line: Should you believe online customer reviews?
Consumers can be faced with confusion when turning to online review websites, especially if a business has a good rating on one site and a bad one on another.
"The Bottom Line" Goes to Washington, D.C. Part II
CBS 58 asks Wisconsin lawmakers what they are doing to prevent another government shutdown
"The Bottom Line" Goes to Washington, D.C. Part I
CBS 58 visits Capitol Hill to get the bottom line on Obamacare from Wisconsin lawmakers serving in Washington, D.C.
The Bottom Line: Real I.D. or real nightmare?
Privacy experts are concerned about how information gathering will change in years to come and how all that information will be part of a federal database.
Innovative Sinus Surgery
A little balloon is making a big difference in the lives of those suffering from chronic sinus problems.
The Bottom Line: Arson for Profit
From setting a failing pizza shop on fire to torching a competitors boats. For years, arsonists have been turning deliberately set fires into cash.
Husband and wife face 97 felonies each in family scam
A local husband and wife now accused of stealing from one of their own family members and facing nearly 200 felony counts.
The Bottom Line: Flu myths and facts
Residents are encourage to report adverse reaction to vaccine
The Bottom Line: Free to Reoffend
CBS 58's Sandra Torres investigates why there's major delays in treatment for convicted sex offenders in Milwaukee County.
SPECIAL REPORT: Customers lose $14 billion in hidden fees
A new report says deceptive charges hidden during transactions are costing an average consumer hundreds of dollars a year.