John Huszar owns a rental house. On day he went over to talk to the renters, but to his surprise he found a construction crew installing large utility boxes on the lawn.
They take over your friends' identities. Then they start chatting with you as your friend. And soon they're trying to trick you out of your money.
Are you paying too much for your café-crafted drinks? We went on a tour of five different coffee-making methods, each with its own flavor, that you can make at home.
The Problem Solvers get a lot of questions about food carts: For instance, who’s checking up on them to ensure the food is safe? To answer your questions and understand the healthy-cooking process, we followed an inspector along as he scooped out a Tigard food cart, 808 Grinds.
The price of medications for pets has increased in a big way and that means some owners will have to make very difficult choices about the animals they love. Watch the video for the full report.
Elena Foster said she received recorded claiming to be from her mother’s health insurance provider and the AARP just days after her mother passed away. They asked personal questions for a survey as if Eleanor was still alive.
The studios inside Sears and Walmart stores shut down all of a sudden on Thursday. The company called CPI could not handle the competition from phone cameras and digital images. But some local customers want to know where the pictures they paid for are.
People are using the website HealthyWage.com for a little motivation to lose weight. You pay in to the program then compete with other people for cash prizes to see who can lose the most weight.
The KATU Problem Solvers pressured the state of Oregon to release data that could influence your vote on the fluoridation measure in Portland.
Instagram is the latest social media craze. With more than 100 million users, the social media phone app is especially popular with tweens and teens. But parents should know it’s not immune to the problems that plague other social media. KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah takes a look at the latest craze.
Melissa Watson bought the O Organics beef with beef gravy baby food for her 8-month-old son. When she opened it up Monday night to feed him she was so disgusted she couldn’t eat dinner
But now Oregon legislators may be finally reeling in towers' exorbitant rates as they consider a bill that would limit the amount tow companies could charge.
Mary says on a slow day she would cash $500 in counterfeit checks, and on a good day, $2,000. In all, 250 victims were scammed out of almost $50,000.
A new scam is tricking people out of money over timeshares. A local couple lost almost $50,000. Click on the "Play Video" button to watch this story.
Bob Bennett, 81, of Southeast Portland says he got a chair from The Scooter Store at a cost of $3,000 with Medicare paying that bill. But he believes his chair is dangerous and says he can't get help from the company.