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Even if you're not a parent, you likely have a child on your holiday shopping list. The Problem Solvers have their top, no-tech toy picks for the holidays - each under $50.
With ice underfoot and the wind blowing hard, KATU News reporter Shellie Bailey-Shah heads out into the neighborhoods to see how people were weathering the November storm.
Are you a woman who's feeling stressed, disorganized or overwhelmed? You may be suffering from ADHD. A diagnosis largely reserved for boys, doctors are now realizing that a staggering number of women are ADHD, too.
All day, the Problem Solvers have been taking a closer look at the potentially dangerous chemicals in products we use every day - soaps, shampoos, toothpastes, and more. KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah found keeping your family safe could be as easy as downloading an app.
All day, the Problem Solvers are taking a closer look at the potentially dangerous chemicals that fill the bottles in our bathroom - our soaps, shampoos, and more. KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah shows us which local grocery chain does the best job of protecting you and your family.
The Problems Solvers focus on a daylong special report: Toxins in Your Toiletries. It's a look at potentially dangerous chemicals in the products you use every day. KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah shows you what product seals to look for when you're shopping for your family.
All day, the Problem Solvers are focusing on the potentially dangerous chemicals that lurk in your soaps, shampoos, conditioners, deodorants, and more. KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah has the top five ingredients to avoid the next time you go to the store.
The Problem Solvers begin a daylong special report: Toxins in Your Toiletries. KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah will be talking about the potentially dangerous chemicals that lurk in products you use everyday - soaps, shampoos, conditioners, deodorants, and more.
A Problem Solvers investigation reveals filthy and dangerous conditions at local nail salons, so before you head to your neighborhood salon for your holiday manicure or pedicure, KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah arms you with a list of do's and don'ts to keep yourself safe.
Want to track your goblins and ghouls on Halloween? The Problem Solvers test the Trick or Tracker app for ease of use and accuracy.
Students at Union High School in the Evergreen School District are in the running for $100,000 in prize money from State Farm Insurance, but they need your help.
Looking for a fright? Many haunted houses in our area are up and running this week, but the Problem Solvers discover one attraction that is more illusion than reality.
It's License 2 Live week here at KATU. The Problem Solvers examine whether Oregon and Washington are doing enough to keep your teen drivers safe behind the wheel.
CEDAR MILL, Ore. - It's License 2 Live week here at KATU. It's our commitment to keeping you and your teen drivers safe. The Problem Solvers put a new driver through Car Maintenance 101.
Walkers find a booby trap set to shoot a shotgun shell at unsuspecting walkers, runners, and cyclists on a trail near Forest Park.
It's License 2 Live week here at KATU. It's our commitment to keeping you and your teen drivers safe. When your teen slips behind the wheel, it just doesn't cost you sleepless nights; it also costs you cold hard cash.
Who are you sitting next to? Where have they been? Those are questions now going through travelers' minds, and Ebola fears are starting to influence travel plans, especially as the holiday season approaches.
Are you putting off buying an airline ticket for the holidays? Maybe you're hoping the price will drop online? KATU Problem Solver Shellie Bailey-Shah has been testing some travel pro advice on just when is the best time to buy online.
A local wedding DJ is accused of standing up couples at the altar with the same, tired excuse.
Halloween costumes don’t come cheap – unless you resurrect them from the bargain bin.
Crooks may be trying to capitalize on people's desire to vote. The Problem Solvers are warning about a scam to collect personal information from bogus voter registration forms.
The Problem Solvers are here to help parents feel more confident when assisting their kids with math homework.
If you plan to buy the new iPhone 6, set to launch Tuesday, the Problem Solvers show you how to resell your old phone for more money.