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.
You want to protect your older parents and grandparents, but someone is deceiving them, and worst of all, you are paying the bill.
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.
A local woman logged onto Facebook only to find that she'd been locked out, she believes, because of the nature of her name.
We know it’s healthy to eat more fruits and vegetables, but a lot of produce contains pesticides.
Prolonged periods of sitting can increase your chances for certain types of cancer as much as 10 percent.
The Problem Solvers greet the duct-cleaning company at the door with questions.
Disputing a mistake on your credit report could get easier and the effects of medical debt less severe under changes being made by the three largest credit-reporting agencies
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.
Hundreds of members and employees are locked out of Hawthorn Sport and Spa in Hillsboro.
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.
Tuesday was Tax Help Day at KATU, where you could call in and asked a panel of experts for help, for free.
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.