The Mortgage Bankers Association said Friday the percentage of loans at least a month overdue or in foreclosure was up from 9.2 percent in the April-June quarter, and up from 7.3 percent a year earlier.
Christmas is now exactly three weeks away, and though your tree may be all lit up, the outlook isn't so bright for retailers. Thursday afternoon, retailers will report their November numbers, and lots of people are very nervous about what this report card is going to show.
Nationally, GM and Ford reported big drops in sales in November, but that's a trend that seems to be missing in Augusta. Some dealers tell us they actually sold more new cars this November compared to last year.
Even with gas prices dropping, many industries are bracing for what's expected to be a rough holiday shopping season. One industry that seems to be hanging in there during the tough times is the consignment industry.
With all the uncertainty in the financial world, you may be wondering what to do with your investments. Specifically your 401(k). If you're getting nervous, there are some options that won't wreck your retirement plans.
A major chapter in Augusta's history has come to an end. Castleberry's production line has shut down. News 12's Chris Thomas has been following the story that began with a botulism outbreak. Management is now speaking out.