The holiday looked bleak for a group of veterans in the Salem area who said they were cheated out of their wages right before Christmas. But some veterans turned this challenge into a chance to teach their children about the spirit of the season.
Many folks' attention will again turn to shopping on the day after Christmas. Savvy shoppers know it's one of the best days of the year to bag some serious deals. To help you save, the Problem Solvers have put together a post-Christmas shopping guide.
Last-minute holiday shopping can be stressful, especially if you're working and can't leave the office! Fortunately, we here at KATU have our own shopping elf, Shellie Bailey-Shah. Shellie hit the stores for us.
Read these reminders before you start the gift-opening frenzy to save yourself some trouble when it's time to return gifts you don't want.
Find last-minute gifts that will be delivered on Christmas morning, learn to haggle, and find out what's hot in after-Christmas sales.
Postpartum depression is a debilitating condition that affects one in five new moms. But now, new evidence reveals dads can suffer from the “baby blues,” as well. Left untreated, this kind of depression can negatively impact a dad’s job, home life and children.
An Oregon lawmaker is working on a new bill to stop charities who don't tell the truth to the state about their histories of discipline, after seeing a KATU report about the problem.
Wednesday was supposed to be payday---again---for veterans in the Salem area working for Tim Leatherby of Leatherby Tools. At least some of those veterans are still waiting for paychecks.
A man has stepped forward to donate $10,000 to veterans who said they were cheated out of their wages.
A group of veterans said a man who claimed to give them work cheated them out of thousands of dollars in wages, right before the holidays.
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.
Thought it may be hard to fathom, veteran’s are often targets – and bait - for scam artists.
Cashback websites sound too good to be true. But they’re actually a little-known way to make real money by purchasing products online that you’re going to buy anyway.
What now? First, Cover Oregon, the state's healthcare marketplace, couldn’t get its website working; it’s still not operational. Now there are problems with the phone lines. They’re so overloaded, that in some cases, calls won't even connect.
A con artist pretending to be a Microsoft worker made a call to the wrong people : the KATU Problem Solvers. They used the opportunity to investigate the scam---and catch the scammer in his lies.