- Call Kurtis: Why Am I Still Paying For My Dead Cat’s Wellness Plan? A lot of people think wellness plans are pet insurance, but there is a difference. Depending on what you have, you may have to keep paying even after your pet dies.
- Call Kurtis: Mom, Baby Get $3,500 Ambulance Bill After Hospital Parking Lot Birth Baby Sawyer just couldn't wait to enter the world when his mother Katie Moraida's water broke a week before he was due.
- Call Kurtis Investigates: My War Hero Dad's Grave Is Sinking The pain runs deep for Raymond Wenger and his family every time they show up to visit his father's grave in Vallejo
- Call Kurtis Investigates: The Romantic Hot-Air Balloon Ride From Hell The romantic trip turned into a hellish ride with a crash and a boy knocked unconscious.
- Call Kurtis: Exploding Toilets Create Hidden Danger In Bathroom Gary Gipson started hearing his toilet flush in the middle of the night. When you are home all alone that is not exactly what you expect to hear.
- Call Kurtis: Sick of Prescription Drug Commercials? Doctors Are Too. Placerville viewer, Chris Jones wants them pulled. She's annoyed and thinks the commercials may convince people to ask for prescriptions they don't need.
- Call Kurtis: How To Get A Big Company to Listen To Your Complaint He says he'd been battling Home Depot for charging him thousands more than he says he was quoted for flooring, and he was done sitting on the phone.
- Call Kurtis: Barred From Buying Sudafed? Since 2006, Federal law has required pharmacists to log the names and addresses of those buying pseudoephedrine’s, a key ingredient in making methamphetamine.
- Call Kurtis: What You Should Know About Door-to-Door Alarm Sales Linda Leduff wishes the alarm went off in her head when a door-to-door salesman showed up asking to see her current alarm contract.
- Call Kurtis Investigates: Are Phone Companies Phasing Out Traditional Landlines? Consumer advocates think the phone companies are pushing customers toward wireless technology which is more profitable but they say less reliable.