It's Worth Watching Week here at KATU - our effort to put extra money in your pocket! The Problem Solvers show you how to get paid for doing everyday tasks in your neighborhood.
Does your toddler have a Twitter handle? Maybe a logo or website of their own? The Problem Solvers discover building your child's brand may not be as crazy as it sounds. In fact, their future success may depend on it.
It's Worth Watching Week at KATU. The Problem Solvers show you how simply taking an smartphone picture can develop into cash.
Below, you'll find the federal data profiles for all 16 of Portland's hospitals.
You may be excited about buying a new car, and you might post the news on your Facebook page. But that kind of post could end up costing you money down the road.
You could be spending thousands of dollars more than you planned when it is time to bury someone you love. But the KATU Problem Solvers have an easy way for you make sure you don't end up in debt.
In the city's first ever audit of the Portland Streetcar, the city auditor suggests that management is off the tracks.
The Problem Solvers have an enlighting way to put hundreds of dollars in your pocket. It's easy as changing as a light bulb. These light bulbs are even better than the ones you saw in stores last year. And they're being sold at a discount by many Oregon retailers.
A man selling tiny houses in Salem has also built a long history of business deals gone wrong.
Ten elementary schools are in line for lead paint treatment, according to Portland Public Schools.
People living on a Northeast Portland street hope the party is over for a group of rats that invaded their neighborhood.
A local family survived a tree falling onto their house, but the aftermath has been even more difficult.
A local family received a surprise in the mail: an envelope from the Oregon Department of Revenue, addressed to them, but holding tax documents and the personal information for a stranger.
It can be painful enough to pay your own electricity bill. But what if you found out you've been paying hundreds of dollars for someone else's bill as well and you didn't even know it?
Cash is king, right? Not at one major bank, and some customers are very unhappy about it.