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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

NBC 6 Responds to Consumer Complaints

NBC 6 Responds to Consumer Complaints

Introducing NBC 6 Responds, NBC 6's new consumer unit.It's our commitment to you. When it comes to your consumer complaints, no call, email or question sent to our consumer hotline will go unanswered.NBC...

Friday, Feb 9, 2018

Cost of Grocery Delivery Apps

Cost of Grocery Delivery Apps

Grocery delivery apps are gaining popularity as they allow people the convenience of getting groceries without leaving home. NBC 6 Responds compared three apps to help you determine if one is right for you.

Friday, Feb 9, 2018

Hacked Gift Card Costs Woman $1,000

Hacked Gift Card Costs Woman $1,000

A South Florida woman reaches out to NBC 6 Responds saying she spent hundreds of dollars on two gift cards, but thieves somehow used them before her family could.

Monday, Feb 5, 2018

One Thing You Should Never Do When Booking a Rental

One Thing You Should Never Do When Booking a Rental

A South Florida couple said they were promised a refund after their wedding venue was destroyed by Hurricane Irma. Months later, the refund has yet to arrive. NBC 6 Consumer Investigator Alina Machado searches...

Friday, Feb 2, 2018

Man Calls NBC 6 Responds For Help with GPS Mapping Issue

Man Calls NBC 6 Responds For Help with GPS Mapping Issue

NBC 6 Responds finds ways to navigate GIS and GPS mapping issues.

Tuesday, Jan 30, 2018

Ways to Avoid Robocalls And Text Spammers

Ways to Avoid Robocalls And Text Spammers

Chances are it has happened to you. You get a robocall, answer and then can’t figure out how to make them stop. NBC 6 Responds can help.

Thursday, Jan 25, 2018

Woman Gets Answers After Tire Warranty Claim

Woman Gets Answers After Tire Warranty Claim

One woman says her fight to get answers after one of her tires went flat, turned into a frustrating experience over a tire warranty claim.

Wednesday, Jan 17, 2018

Spotting the Flood Damage in a Car

Spotting the Flood Damage in a Car

Figuring out if a used car has flood damage can be tricky. But experts say taking those extra steps to check out a vehicle is more important than ever, after this past hurricane season.

Thursday, Jan 11, 2018

Ways to Get a Good Deal Signing Up for a Gym Membership

Ways to Get a Good Deal Signing Up for a Gym Membership

If your New Year’s resolution includes signing up for a gym membership, there are a few things you should consider that could end up saving you some money.

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Child Dies in Fort Lauderdale Apartment Fire Sunday Night
Child Dies in Fort Lauderdale Apartment Fire Sunday Night

The father of that victim, a six-year-old girl, confirmed to NBC 6 that his daughter died in a fire that broke out inside the apartment around 11:30 p.m.

Survivors of Parkland School Tragedy Lash Out at Pres. Trump
Survivors of Parkland School Tragedy Lash Out at Pres. Trump

Trump spent the weekend at his estate in South Florida, only an hour's drive from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where 17 people were fatally shot last week.

For Parkland Tragedy Suspect, Main Question Is Life or Death
For Parkland Tragedy Suspect, Main Question Is Life or Death

The fate of 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz, who faces 17 counts of first-degree murder in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, will depend on his mental state and the wishes of the victims' families,...

Missing Pembroke Pines Elderly Man Found
Missing Pembroke Pines Elderly Man Found

An elderly man who went missing on February 10th was found Sunday afternoon in Pembroke Pines.

6 to Watch: Floridians Hit the Ice, U.S. Ice Dance Competes
6 to Watch: Floridians Hit the Ice, U.S. Ice Dance Competes

[[468455653, R, 300, 87]]Top Three U.S. Ice Dance Teams Advance All three American teams are in position to contend for a medal in ice dance following the short dance portion of the competition Monday...

Stoneman Douglas Students Organize Marches for Change
Stoneman Douglas Students Organize Marches for Change

Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School announced Sunday a nationwide march in Washington, D.C. scheduled for next month in response to the deadly Parkland school shooting.