The Problem Solvers track down a local contractor with a record of complaints.
Summer camp is often your child's first opportunity to exercise some independence. As a parent, you count on the fact that capable camp counselors aren't too far away, if your child needs help. However the Problem Solvers found a surprising lack of state regulation when it comes to the people charged with your child's care.
A local high school choir is singing a sad tune after losing its chance to compete at OSAA State Choir Championship because of a teacher's error.
Brewing coffee from bed, adjusting the temperature on your slow cooker from anywhere, checking a baby monitor on your cellphone; those are just some of the things you can do with connected devices and an app on your smartphone and tablet. But Consumer Reports says Wi-Fi monitors and other cameras are at risk for being hacked or viewed by strangers on the Internet.
Cars kill more than 5,000 pedestrians, bicyclists, and joggers each year. A vast majority of those accidents happen after the sun sets. Special reflective clothing is supposed to make you easy to spot.
Do you need a bike helmet?
Local security agents set up an undercover operation to see if bicycle thieves will take the bait.
They're called hook-up apps. They allow you to find people who are often looking for more than conversation. The Problem Solvers reveals the new research that shows these viral dating apps may be fueling a public health epidemic.
You've probably done it - griped online or on social media about a business. One man did and is now facing an expensive lawsuit that's made its way to the Oregon Supreme Court.
Watch out for rodents setting up camp in your yard, garage or kitchen.
For many local parents, Facebook is the new marketplace for selling stuff and scoring deals, safely.
The result? Better post office service for everyone in the Portland area.
An Estacada mom is pleading with the school district to allow her disabled daughter to go to Outdoor School with her classmates.
An inspector found evidence of a rodent infestation at a Southeast Portland apartment where the manager denied it existed.
Residents of a Southeast Portland apartment complex say their unit is infested with mice, so much so that they found a nest of baby mice inside their couch.
Trader Joe's is recalling its Sweet Apple Chicken Sausage because the products may contain small plastic pieces.
A Clark County couple's auto insurance jumped up 53 percent when they moved. They say it’s because their address changed to a neighboring zip code.
Beech-Nut Nutrition announced a recall of approximately 1,920 pounds of baby food products after a consumer found a small piece of glass in one of the products.