Want to track your goblins and ghouls on Halloween? The Problem Solvers test the Trick or Tracker app for ease of use and accuracy.
ODOT is looking for 5,000 volunteers to help test a new system to pay for road repair taxes.
The KATU Problem Solvers test free apps that claim to make parents' lives better. Do the apps work?
Your teen is about to start driving. You can find out what they're doing behind the wheel.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has updated its list of cars affected by the airbag recall.
Looking for a fright? Many haunted houses in our area are up and running this week, but the Problem Solvers discover one attraction that is more illusion than reality.
Check your mailbox for notification from the Oregon Employment Department.
Teaching your child to drive can be one of the scariest moments of your life. The Problem Solvers will help you make it less stressful!
We put your teen's texting & driving excuses to the test to see just how successful -- or disastrous! -- they turn out to be.
The KATU Problem Solvers get answers for your questions about the Ebola virus.
The KATU Problem Solvers are cracking the code on major retailers' price tags, just in time to save you money on your holiday shopping. Once you know these industry secrets, you'll never look at price tags in the same way.
The KATU Problem Solvers address questions about airborne Ebola, who may be at risk and more.
A viewer asks how long Ebola can survive outside the human body. We get answers.
It's License 2 Live week here at KATU. It's our commitment to keeping you and your teen drivers safe. When your teen slips behind the wheel, it just doesn't cost you sleepless nights; it also costs you cold hard cash.
44 children died last year from heat stroke inside cars. Accidentally leaving a child behind in a hot car has happened to parents from all walks of life—a CEO of a hospital, a vice principal, a preacher and so many others. Fatigue, anxiety or distractions can throw anyone’s life off course.