A Northeast Portland man got an illegal dumping ticket and a $150 for setting out some of his unwanted belongings outside his home.
Riders do surveillance sweeps to search for hot property at homeless camps.
Last week, Dunn stopped at the drive-thru window and was just about to pay when she heard a loud thump. It was a tray of wet, red paint that landed on the hood of her white SUV, falling from the roof where a painter was working.
Consumer Reports has finished testing more than 100 grills. Some weren’t so hot, but we did find plenty of good options ––particularly among medium-sized grills, which are the most popular. They usually hold about two dozen burgers.
Most dermatologists recommend using a sunscreen that delivers an SPF, or sun protection factor, of 30 of higher. The SPF indicates the amount of protection you get from the sun’s UVB rays, which cause sunburn and increase the risk of skin cancer. Consumer Reports tested 34 lotions and sprays to see whether they deliver what they claim.
There are so many gift-giving occasions coming up: June weddings, Father’s Day, and graduations. You not only face the question of what to send, but if you order online should you spring for special wrapping? Most sites don’t give you a preview of their gift wrap, so Consumer Reports ShopSmart magazine checked to see just what you get.
Parents need to make sure bounce houses are tied down properly and check for wind speed, as well as monitoring kids at play. A local parent shows us what she does to keep kids safe.
The KATU Problem Solvers are reuniting letters with a soldier's family, more than 70 years after he died.
Alistair Corkett is ready to ride again -- he just needs the swelling in his leg to go down, a prosthesis, and about three months of recovery.
A local woman tries to find out why the Postal Service won't deliver her license for months, leaving her unable to drive.
The Problem Solvers show you how a caller used a test drive in a brand new luxury car to take a local woman's money.
When it comes to buying a used car, the Problem Solvers warn not to take anything for granted. Even car parts required by law could be missing.
That tiny tablet computer some of your kids literally take to bed with them just might put them in harm's way.
The Problem Solvers uncover a scheme involving fake Oregon Coast rental home ads designed to take your money.
'Don't believe everything you see online,' and 'if it's too good to be true, it probably is.' These warnings are often voiced by the Problem Solvers. A recent online video shows why.
Can this plate of the future help you lose weight and fend off heart disease? The KATU Problem Solvers take a look.
A local designer is now being attacked on social media, accused of copying a design, herself.
You try to eat right and exercise, but you can't seem to get rid of that gut. A new procedure claims to help men and women lose inches without surgery.