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An Estacada mom is pleading with the school district to allow her disabled daughter to go to Outdoor School with her classmates.
They're called hook-up apps. They allow you to find people who are often looking for more than conversation. The Problem Solvers reveals the new research that shows these viral dating apps may be fueling a public health epidemic.
A Clark County couple's auto insurance jumped up 53 percent when they moved. They say it’s because their address changed to a neighboring zip code.
When squatters move into your neighborhood, it's easy enough to kick them out, right? Wrong. It's especially difficult if you've got a big bank involved.
Own an older home in Oregon? You could be in for an expensive surprise, thanks to the Public Utility Commission.
Your child doesn't show up for school. How quickly would you want to be notified? It may surprise you that some school districts wait until you get home from work to give you a call.
The Spring Beer and Wine Festival opens today at the Oregon Convention Center, and as you know, Portlanders take their beer pretty seriously. But does your favorite watering hole do the same? KATU Problem Solver Shellie Bailey-Shah went undercover to put local taps to the test.
A Longview mother reaches out to the Problem Solvers on behalf of her son, who needs a potentially lifesaving flight to Seattle for treatment for an extremely rare disorder. His mom says insurance won't cover the cost.
A local woman logged onto Facebook only to find that she'd been locked out, she believes, because of the nature of her name.
Controversial Senate Bill 324 is now headed to the desk of Oregon Gov. Kate Brown for her signature. But what is even more controversial is just what this proposed law could do to gas prices.
A local dog owner believes her dog died from eating Purina's popular Beneful brand dog food. Earlier this month, a class action lawsuit against Purina was filed in federal court.
Dreaming of luxury kitchen with a double oven, wine fridge, and built-in cappuccino maker? The Problem Solvers have found a way for you to have a kitchen fit for the rich and famous at a fraction of the price.
Rogue truckers are pushing their limits and putting your safety at risk, from reckless driving for better travel times to taking stimulants to stay awake.
The Problem Solvers' e-mail box has been jammed with warnings from county sheriff departments and city police departments about a prevalent scam where crooks win trust and then grab your money.
It's a smell that permeates throughout her Hillsboro home. And it's so pungent, it makes her physically ill. Is it coming through her pipes?
A Gresham couple was homeless for months after a Keurig coffee maker sparked a fire, ruining their apartment.
Teens love it and so do prowling perverts looking to swap sexually-charged banter and more with your kids. It's not Facebook or Twitter but an app called Kik, that kids are downloading in droves.
The Oregon Legislature is considering changing parents' ability to exempt their children from mandatory vaccinations. It's a move that will likely draw a blistering response from vaccine opponents.
He's not sitting outside in a darkened car. Instead, this robber could be casing your house on his couch using his computer. But protecting your home and privacy is simple click away.
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.