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Formaldehyde is a chemical the U.S. government calls a carcinogen, or known cancer-causing chemical, but the substance is not regulated.
Many people want to know how they can assist the storm victims in Oklahoma. But there are many scams that target that goodwill.
The images and facts that school children were killed and their school destroyed can be especially disturbing to children of the same age.
When local stores run low on mosquito repellent, you can make your own natural one.
A monstrous tornado ravaged Oklahoma City on Monday, flattening homes, tossing cars and crushing two elementary schools packed with children during 40 terrifying minutes of destruction. At least 51 people were killed, and officials said the death toll was expected to rise.
If the record spring flooding wasn't enough, Monday's downpours will likely make our mosquito problem even worse.
The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers of a telemarketing scam promising a free medical alert system.
Michigan State Police say seven percent of drivers in the state suffer from "Buckle-phobia."
Religious leaders are teaming up with the state to help keep struggling residents in their home.
The idea of "a la carte" cable and satellite television has been around for years. But Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., has jump-started a new national conversation with a bill he introduced in Congress this month that would use regulatory incentives to encourage programmers and distributors to unbundle their channels and offer a la carte programming.
It's not clear why most state employees in Michigan have received base pay raises totaling 5 percent since 2008.
A Holland motel owner is making a final plea to the city council, after a request to renew his business license was denied, because of ongoing health and safety issues.
There's poop in our pools because people are not taking showers before swimming or are having accidents in the water. And public health officials care because sometimes that contaminated water makes people very sick.
Troubles at several oil refineries are driving gasoline prices sharply higher in the Midwest, and the regional shortages are expected to boost pump prices nationwide.
It's one of the most requested products we've been asked to test: The Air Curler.