A Portland woman believes cam thief may be the same guy breaking into other houses in the neighborhood.
A group is fighting to keep a school bus stop in Milwaukie, saying the kids will be exposed to seven predatory sex offenders if they have to walk to school.
Nike will give partial refunds or gift cards to people who bought FuelBand fitness trackers in the last 3 1/2 years, resolving a lawsuit that says the products can't accurately tally how many steps a user is taking or how many calories they've burned.
Consumer Reports ran lab tests on 17 vinyl-flooring products, testing for 13 types of phthalates.
Our hospitals have turned into breeding grounds for dangerous—even deadly—infections. Consumer Reports has expanded its hospital Ratings and now includes information about two common and deadly infections: MRSA and C. difficile.
Consumer Reports asked volunteers to try out four devices that are supposed to limit the number of robocalls that get through.
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After Ikea chests tipped over and fatally injured two boys, safety regulators say consumers should stop using Ikea's dressers and chests for children unless the products are mounted to a wall.
The scheme starts with a man trying to get your attention at a stoplight, then trying to take your money.
Watch out for Amazon impostors claiming to offer you a secure way to pay for things you buy online.
KATU's Problem Solvers have helped reunite a woman with her family photos, which were found on the side of the road.
Drunk driver hits parked car so hard it slams into little girls' bedroom, firefighters in Salem say.
The product is a convenient, often effective way to do the laundry—and it’s a serious health hazard for young children.
A Portland woman wants to warn you about a cable technician whom she says took her money, so you don't fall victim to a service person trying to get your cash.
The search for the family in century-old photos has taken a new turn, with new pictures found and new clues.
A Beavercreek man finds 100 years' worth of family pictures and wants to find the descendants and bring the pictures home.
The KATU Problem Solvers show you how scammers are trying to trick people out of money by posing as friends.
KATU viewers ask the Problem Solvers for answers about the safety of drinking straight from the hose.
The City Council will discuss ideas to move the big birds out of the Riverfront Park and move more people back in.