The KATU Problem Solvers have tracked the people who operated the troubled laser spa Forever Young, which left hundreds of unhappy customers in Oregon when it shut down in July 2013. The operators are now involved in running another laser spa in another state.
There are five stages of an active shooter, according to law enforcement officials. They hope understanding the five stages will help us learn to identify the danger around us.
A new bill inspired by a KATU Problem Solver investigation is going up for a vote in Salem. The bill would help the Oregon Department of Justice crack down on charities that hide their disciplinary histories.
Your private medical records may not be as private as you think. That’s because the majority of the hospitals in our area are using a records system that can expose your medical chart to snooping.
Local veterans who never received their wages after working for a business owner are at last getting their paychecks from the state of Oregon. And KATU has uncovered new information that Tim Leatherby has allegedly targeted veterans in the past.
You could be hurting your kids just by picking them up after school. How? By not turning off your car while you're waiting.
What happens to the dental gold and other metals in your body when you are cremated? The KATU Problem Solvers found out that Oregon laws do not stop funeral services and crematories from recycling the metal and making a profit off of it.
But before you decide to hand your keys to a perfect stranger, you'll want to understand the ins and outs of swapping.
The Oregon Attorney General's Office has filed a settlement agreement with a man accused of ripping off local veterans. The agreement says Tim Leatherby of Leatherby Tools will pay $100,000 to the state.
Some parents at Cascades Elementary School in Lebanon are outraged. They say teachers are punishing kids for going to the bathroom too often. Teachers contend that they need these policies to effectively manage their classrooms.
The KATU Problem Solvers show you a tool to help you check out cruise ships for health and safety before you book your trip.
A group of teens in Vancouver said they were tricked by a local promoter who hired them to work, but never paid them their wages.
Irene Losey invited her Southeast Portland neighbor, Floris Barrett, over for Christmas, only to hear some horrifying news: Barrett was living in the dark, with no heat, light or water. And there was no hope of getting her utilities reconnected.
He's almost 4 years old and can't blink on his own. It's just one of the unexplained symptoms plaguing Corban Durant of Mulino. Now his family needs your help to get him treatment at the Mayo Clinic.
Should you worry about hackers cracking Target's PIN data encryption codes? A Portland tech expert weighs in.