Anyone who uses computers on a regular basis would want or expect upgrades to their computer programs.
It was Easter Sunday when Julia Logan experienced a medical emergency while inside her Delaware City home.
Hundreds of times every day, someone in Ohio gets a cracked windshield.
Cooke Road continues to be a quick east-west connection on the north side of Columbus, with many motorists using it to get from I-71 to Stat…
We received calls from viewers who have Gander Mountain Cards and wanted to know the future of the cards following the announcement of the o…
It doesn’t take long for a thief to run up charges on a stolen credit card, impacting the credit score of the victim.
This has not been the best year for public relations for United Airlines.
Ruth Klein began taking pictures to later show how the loose material was striking her vehicle when it happened.
Most people believe their medical records belong to them and not their physicians, which is technically correct.
Tonight on NBC4 at 6pm, Mike Jackson shows you the steps required if you have a nuisance property next to your home.
Two Columbus area residents have two completely different problems with their rented homes.
COTA made dramatic changes to it’s bus routes effective May 1st, but the changes have led to some confusion and some fines for local motoris…
It’s amazing when you realize, 40% of all food is wasted in this country, while 3 out of 10 children in Ohio will go to bed hungry tonight.
Scammers are making fake websites that lure you on promises of a cheap, dream vacation in so they can steal your money.
Gerald Hecker was involved in an accident with an out-of-state rental car. The driver of the other car was cited for the accident, but Hecke…
Imagine the surprise of one local viewer when he was able to view personal information of people he didn’t know on a state of Ohio web site.
Mike Jackson looks for answers after residents in one neighborhood say drainage problems are putting their health at risk and their homes in…
It all started as another “senior phone scam,” but Better Call Jackson uncovered something much bigger.
When a retired woman’s medical costs began to skyrocket, she reached out to Better Call Jackson to help her find assistance.
Out of control drivers in a northeast Columbus neighborhood are plaguing a property owner.