Seen At 11: Bark Or Bite, How Will Your Dog React When A Home Invader Strikes?Research shows that criminals are less likely to burglarize a home with a dog; CBS 2 recently put that research to the test, and set up seven cameras in four different homes.
Non-Profit 'Job Path' Helping Adult Autism Patients Find EmploymentThe exact unemployment rate for adults with autism is unknown, but most experts agree the rate is as high as 85 percent, despite their typically above-average intelligence.
For March Madness, NYC Restores 'Safe Rides Home' ProgramThe City wants to make sure March Madness doesn't keep you from getting home safely.
Gas Price Gouging In The Big AppleTwo New York lawmakers are pushing for protection for customers from efforts to price gouge at area gas stations.
Seen At 11: Where To Find Medical Discounts And Coupons OnlineCoupon-cutting can save you hundreds of dollars a year on groceries. Now it can also save you on medical care, everything from a check up to a flu shot, teeth cleaning to allergy screening.
Find Free Financial Counseling In NYCGetting your finances in order can be a daunting task, but as CBS 2's Vanessa Murdock reports, there are free services available to make sorting out those money matters easier than ever.
Cutting Home Heating CostsHere are links to tips on how to save money on home heating this winter.
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Dress For Less'Tis the season for holiday parties, and the question is always the same: what to wear? Here are some budget friendly-options that can have you looking holiday-chic no matter what the occasion.
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More People Turn To Psychics For Professional AdviceMore people are seeking help from an unusual source: the supernatural. It's a growing trend, turning the paranormal into normal.
Vacamas: Summer Camp ScholarshipsJoin John Elliott this Sunday to help Vacamas raise money for summer camp scholarships for kids in need.
Skype Linking Classrooms Around The WorldReading, writing and now, connecting with other classrooms around the world through Skype, C-NET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a newly-launched program that makes these connections possible.