A local woman says she quit her job as a technician at Forever Young laser spa because she says she didn't get enough training to keep customers safe.
A scammer held a woman hostage on her cell phone telling her that if she hung up, she would go to jail.
Right now, the Oregon DMV does not keep track of mileage on cars that are more than 10 years old. That means if you’re buying a used car, you may have to trust that the seller – and the odometer – are telling the truth.
When Quinten Wyland got a tattoo, he was trying to honor his grandmother, but he says he ended up with a very expensive and permanent mistake.
The community stepped up in a big way following a KATU story about a young girl whose swing set was stolen. Several KATU viewers supplied the materials and manpower to give 10-year-old Katherine Whitman her swing set back.
A spokesman for the Oregon Health Licensing Agency said the aesthetics industry is developing quickly and the current rules are not clear enough to deal with the new devices and technology showing up in spas.
After Jan Kistler bought a condo in August, there was a lot of paperwork and bill. So when another letter came in the mail from a "Local Records Office," she wrote a check for $89, thinking she’d be getting more property documents.
It’s “Tax Help Day” here at KATU -- we’ll have tax experts in the KATU studios to answer your tax questions for free. Our phone bank will be open this evening between 4 and 7 p.m. To speak with our tax experts you can call (800) 346-9256.
Both the attorney general and the Better Business Bureau have received dozens of complaints that Forever Young laser medical spa mishandles payments and mistreats customers.
Waitresses at the Salem restaurant, Love Love Teriyaki, say their boss is demanding a share of the tips. Under the law the only people who can share in the tip jar are those people who are tipped employees.
Water officials said chemicals from several technology industry plants in Hillsboro are to blame for a foul odor that many residents told KATU was unbearable and caused health problems.
The KATU Problem Solvers help you find the right nursing home for your loved ones.
Fake forms are showing up in mailboxes around the Portland area that look like they're from the state. Click on the "Play Video" button to watch this story.
Football star Manti Te’o isn’t the only one who has been hooked in these so-called “catfish” schemes. Consider the story of Nancy, an Aloha woman who has been baited by scammers twice, costing her nearly $30,000.
A new study released on Monday shows a wide variety of discrepancies between the potency of Vitamin D and what it says on the label. The study, performed at Kaiser Permanente in Portland, examined 55 bottles of over-the-counter Vitamin D supplements from 12 different manufacturers.The most accurate dosages in vitamins come with a special designation.