Earlier this week, we told you about changes in nail salon rules in Oregon as a result of a Problem Solver investigation that revealed weaknesses in the inspection system. Now Problem Solver Shellie Bailey-Shah turns her attention to nail salon nightmares in Washington.
Portland property owners are using DNA tests to find out who is letting their dog go on the property without cleaning up the mess.
Less than three months after a Problem Solvers investigation into filthy conditions at local nail salons, the state of Oregon has taken significant steps to protect your safety.
It seems so easy! Type in your password and have access to countless video streams on a service you pay for—such as Hulu Plus, Netflix, Amazon Prime Instant Video, HBO Go, or WatchESPN. And it seems just as easy to give your log-in to someone else.
Consumer Reports says don’t hire the first agent you meet. Interview at least three, and check references. Also find out whether they are members of the National Association of Realtors.
Expensive vacations to exotic places often seem out of reach. So many people join travel clubs, which promise years of discounted airfare, hotels and dining. But Consumer Reports has found that hundreds of those dream vacations have turned into nightmares.
Some people say the new monthly water bill payment system in Portland will make their budgeting easier. The three-month water bill makes some people wince.
What do you dread the most about doing your taxes? Some people say, "Getting organized!"
Will your measles shots from childhood still protect you? Do you need a booster shot? We get answers from the health department.
Some local families report trouble tracking down the drug Tamiflu, used to fight the flu.
A dog owner is calling for changes to Oregon law, after her Labrador Retriever dies. She says the culprit was slug bait.
Dealership signs settlement, after more than a dozen customers complain about car sales.
KATU’s Shellie Bailey Shah went down to the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year to find some of the best entrepreneurs that brought innovative ideas to the table.
Scammers posing as deputies are calling people in the Portland area and telling them they owe money for a fine.
Care packages, stuck for weeks in Hillsboro, are finally on their way to Afghanistan.
The Christmas care packages made for some Oregon troops are stuck in cardboard boxes at the Hillsboro National Guard armory.
You've opened all the presents. Almost all of them are perfect. Almost all. Now what?
A Vancouver woman asked for a Christmas miracle to help her family struggling to make it through the holidays. She says she got that miracle, thanks to Vancouver police.