Doctors making house calls? It's not a practice of a bygone era, but instead a current movement. The Problem Solvers show you how it's not only improving care but also saving money.
We all feel a little pain at the pump, especially when we hit the highways for summer road trips. The Problem Solvers crunch the numbers to reveal which gas discount programs offer you the biggest bang for your buck.
Parents are preparing to send their children to summer camps for days, even weeks at a time, but how can you assure yourself that they'll be safe?
The Problem Solvers are getting more and more complaints about this problem. KATU's Shellie Bailey-Shah says don't pack a single box until you know just who'll be picking it up.
A stolen military medal is now back home with the veteran's widow.
Answers to your questions about how to deal with the boil water order.
A Portland man said he was surprised to find documents with tenants' personal information dumped in the recycling bins at an apartment building in Downtown Portland.
Gloria Dig-Birkhead wanted a brighter smile. Instead, she said, she ended up at the emergency room.
You've heard of "take a penny, leave a penny," right? The Problem Solvers bust a 7-Eleven cashier, who's allegedly been taking your pennies without leaving any behind. But does a big corporation like 7-Eleven care?
Have you ever considered how safe your spices are? The Problem Solvers reveal three things you can do to keep your family from getting sick.
Mystery illnesses being diagnosed by medical detectives? Sounds like the plot of a TV show, right? But in fact, it's the idea behind a new online tool, where people win money for figuring out why you're sick.
Parents need to make sure bounce houses are tied down properly and check for wind speed, as well as monitoring kids at play. A local parent shows us what she does to keep kids safe.
The Problem Solvers reveal a secret weapon that you, as a job seeker, may be missing. Even if you're not currently looking for a new job, it's something that you'll want to have in your future arsenal.
As the travel season heats up, Consumer Reports cautions that some popular hotel and motel chains could be vulnerable to hackers because of weak security systems.
A Longview man said thieves stole his car and camera equipment, then taunted him about the theft on Facebook.