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Americans' distrust of banks leads to saving money elsewhere 

Banks are still the place where most Americans keep their money, but according to a study by merican Express, 29% say they're keeping at least some savings in cash bills and coins somewhere else.

Consumer confidence reaches high 

Updated: 1/30/2015 5:00:35 PM

Ford strives for comeback after tough 2014

Updated: 1/29/2015 5:30:33 PM

Nissan recalls more than 700,000 cars

Updated: 1/29/2015 5:22:22 PM

FCC changes definition of broadband

Updated: 1/29/2015 4:45:54 PM

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Feds urge consumers to remember safety in new TV purchases 
With all the new televisions being purchased ahead of Super Bowl Sunday, a federal agency is urging consumers to keep safety in mind when buying and installing.
AAA reports rise in gas prices 
For the first time in four months, gas prices are going up.
Toyota recalls 52,000 Avalon sedans for fire risk
Toyota is recalling 52,000 Avalon sedans because of a wiring problem that could cause a fire.
Nevada casino, tavern owner to merge with Minnesota company
The owner of three Pahrump, Nevada casinos west of Las Vegas and 48 taverns across the state says it plans to merge with a Minnesota-based casino company.
Americans to spend more on their sweethearts this year
Americans plan to spend a lot on their sweethearts, special friends and children's teachers this coming Valentine's Day.
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Kia issues recall over fire hazard
A fire hazard has prompted Kia motors of America to recall thousands of sedans.
FTC raises awareness on Tax ID theft
To raise consumer awareness the Federal Trade Commission is offering up some alarming statistics and some helpful events for consumers.
Prices at the pump remain low across region 
Prices at the pump remain right around the 2 dollar mark in northern Nevada as of Monday afternoon.
Super Bowl spending expected to reach $14 billion 
An estimated 184 million Americans will tune in to the most widely watched sporting event this year, as the Seattle Seahawks return to the Super Bowl and face the New England Patriots.
Target to introduce plus size clothing line 
A new plus-size clothing brand is coming to a Target store near you.

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