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Recent stories by Kerry Tomlinson
Portland residents are finding their toothpaste leaves unwanted guests behind.
A classic muscle car, stolen from a Portland man's garage more than a decade ago, is finally back and in one piece.
It's not the playground, or the mall. Predators have found an easier way to get to your kids.
The Problem Solvers greet the duct-cleaning company at the door with questions.
Hundreds of members and employees are locked out of Hawthorn Sport and Spa in Hillsboro.
Tuesday was Tax Help Day at KATU, where you could call in and asked a panel of experts for help, for free.
Experts say this new version is malicious and crippling, and very hard to stop once it takes over your computer.
The Oregon attorney general wins a large judgment against the now-closed Forever Young med-spa, one of the largest fines ever against an Oregon company.
Oregon lawmakers are working on a bill to stop untrained techs from burning, bruising and damaging people.
KATU test shows insulated bags did not hold kids' lunches at safe temperatures for long enough, even with an ice pack.
The company admits it had a bug problem with Cozy Hugs aromatherapy animals, but says it took steps to stop the insect infestations.
A local mom wants other parents to check their children's stuffed toys for signs of insects, after she discovers bugs in her daughter's toy.
Investigators say shoplifters are stealing meat from grocery stores and selling it to some food carts for cheap.
Investigators busted the owners of two Portland food carts for knowingly buying stolen meat, soda, utensils, and other supplies that had been shoplifted from local Safeway stores.
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.
Portland property owners are using DNA tests to find out who is letting their dog go on the property without cleaning up the mess.