A Baton Rouge woman reached out to WAFB’s Action Jackson to share her story. She says she has battled several diseases over the past two decades, one of them limiting her mobility. She now has a chance to get her life back, but says there’s a new obstacle in her way.
Representatives from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) report an uptick in complaints from shoppers who claim they spent hundreds of dollars on hard-to-find or custom sneakers the found while browsing through Instagram, but never received.
Another manufacturer of medications that include Ranitidine as an ingredient is pulling its products from shelves due to the potential presence of the same probable cancer-causing impurity that prompted earlier recalls of several blood pressure medications.
An alert from the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (USCPSC) states the manufacturer reported 5 incidents in which speaker batteries burst and fragmented including two incidents of property damage to the surrounding area.
WAFB’s 9News Alert Team has a warning for drivers ahead of the Thanksgiving travel rush. This comes after a viewer contacted the station, believing a scammer tried to spend hundreds of dollars using her debit card’s information immediately after she filled her car up with gas.