A man selling tiny houses in Salem has also built a long history of business deals gone wrong.
Ten elementary schools are in line for lead paint treatment, according to Portland Public Schools.
People living on a Northeast Portland street hope the party is over for a group of rats that invaded their neighborhood.
For something so simple as a toothbrush, there sure are a lot of choices. Buying a toothbrush can be daunting. There are fat ones, skinny ones, brushes that surround your teeth, ones that hang up and one that sits up on the counter all by itself. And of course there are all kinds of electric toothbrushes that brush your teeth for you.
Brand loyal with your toilet paper? Consumer Reports says you might want to reassess. Of the 19 different toilet papers it tested, more and more brands are skimping — fewer sheets, smaller sheets and narrower rolls.
Feeding a hungry baby isn’t always a picnic, but it shouldn’t be dangerous. A recent study in Clinical Pediatrics reports an alarming number of children suffer injuries from high chair accidents.
The Problem Solvers have an enlighting way to put hundreds of dollars in your pocket. It's easy as changing as a light bulb. These light bulbs are even better than the ones you saw in stores last year. And they're being sold at a discount by many Oregon retailers.
A local family survived a tree falling onto their house, but the aftermath has been even more difficult.
A local family received a surprise in the mail: an envelope from the Oregon Department of Revenue, addressed to them, but holding tax documents and the personal information for a stranger.
It can be painful enough to pay your own electricity bill. But what if you found out you've been paying hundreds of dollars for someone else's bill as well and you didn't even know it?
Cash is king, right? Not at one major bank, and some customers are very unhappy about it.
One hundred years of family history, stolen. And a local family is hoping you can help get it back.
Joe Hammes thought he had two daughters and a wife named Lisa. Not according to his tax return with the IRS.
A sixth grader from Beaverton turns to the Problem Solvers after a toaster oven explodes in her kitchen.
A father of two children has come up with a way to help dads around the country. Scotty Schrier has created a web site to help families locate men’s rooms with diaper-changing stations for dads.
Protests are mounting over a chemical used in many types of bread that’s also used to manufacture yoga mats and flip-flops.
Local customers of Safeway and Albertsons want to know how the merger will affect them and their favorite stores. The KATU Problem Solvers asked the two companies for answers.
There are more than 80 different kinds of recognized sleep disorders. If untreated they can effect mood, memory and even concentration.