- Call Kurtis: Viewer Fed Up Over Spotty Sprint Service During Upgrades Viewer Erin Stover says her cell service started getting spotty a year ago. She says some calls just won't go through and she's experienced up to three dropped calls a day.
- Call Kurtis Investigates: Sacramento Restaurant Denies Blind Man's Service Dog A black lab named Hilton keeps James Malone safe when he's out. Blind his entire life, James says he's always been able to take his service dog into restaurants. When James and his family walked with Hilton into Sun Sky Indian Restaurant in South...
- Call Kurtis Investigates: Explosive Danger During Fire Season In the heart of fire season, a Call Kurtis Investigation has uncovered the same types of explosives that are used for target practice have sparked California wildfires. Our undercover investigation found it’s not hard to find these products, and...
- Call Kurtis: Wedding Venue Decides To Issue Refund After Woman's Fiancé Dies Just a week after her fiance's death, Amanda said she called wedding venue owner to cancel. Amanda said he told her he would work to give her money back – only if he could rebook her date.
- Call Kurtis: The Spa Won't Let Me Use My Gift Certificate Despite California's law that says gift cards don't expire, a college grad learned she could not use her $75 gift certificate to a Sacramento spa she's enjoyed.
- Call Kurtis: Google Has My Financial Aid Money And Won't Give It Back Alex transferred all his financial aid into Google Wallet, a mobile payment system. Then, without warning, Google Wallet closed his account and Alex was cut off from his money.
- Call Kurtis Investigates: How Easy Is it To Find Answers to Your Security Questions? CBS13 ran an experiment, inviting two victims of identity theft to our station, where we asked which security questions they are asked the most. Luanne and Leah both said they're commonly asked their mother's maiden name and their birth date. We...
- Call Kurtis Investigates: Are You Getting Shorted At the Grocery Store? Food products for sale are packaged with a printed weight or size -- the minimum amount that's supposed to be in the container for customers. But how do you know that printed label is accurate?
- Call Kurtis Investigates: State Bill Aims to Simplify Pet Insurance Coverage A new state bill that would simplify terms for pet insurance policies is advancing through the state legislature, aiming to keep the $750-million industry on a shorter leash.
- Call Kurtis: My Fiancé Died And Wedding Venue Owner Refuses To Refund My Wedding Deposit In January, Amanda’s fiancé, Bryson, was killed trying to cross I-80 after his car broke down. CBS13 was on scene the day of the tragic accident.