- Call Kurtis: Why Are Sunroofs Spontaneously Exploding? While driving to work, Eric Hernandez says without warning the sunroof of his 2006 Scion TC shattered.
- Call Kurtis: The Two Things To Look For Before Remodeling Your Kitchen A year after investing thousands in new kitchen countertops, a Stockton couple is not at all happy with its performance.
- Call Kurtis: Woman Says Washing Machine Is Eating Her Clothes Mary Gale spent $900 on a washing machine to clean her clothes and linens. But instead of just washing her clothes, she says it’s shredding them.
- Call Kurtis: What To Know Before Hiring Home Inspector You hire a home inspector to make sure everything is OK with the house you’re buying, but the reality is that anyone, even you, can go out tomorrow and claim to be a home inspector.
- ITT Technical Institutes Shutting Down After Federal Sanctions This comes after a group that accredits ITT found that the chain failed to meet several basic standards and was unlikely to comply in the future.
- Call Kurtis Investigates: TV Doctor Faces Patients in Court Dr. James Martin, who is a chiropractor, faces twelve felony account including practicing medicine without a license, and grand theft for taking thousands of dollars from eleven patients.
- Call Kurtis Investigates: TV Doctor Arrested for Practicing Medicine Without a License Dr. James Martin wore scrubs and a lab coat while appearing on the show as he claimed he could help people with weight loss, hair loss and thyroid issues and diabetes.
- Clerical Error Prevented Action Against Tour Bus Driver in Deadly Crash CBS13 has learned a clerical error kept the California DMV from taking further action against Mario Vasquez’s driver’s license.
- Driver In Deadly Tour Bus Crash Lost License Briefly In 2015, But Drove Anyway David Mario Vasquez did have a valid commercial driver’s license on Tuesday at the time of the crash that killed four people, but for a couple of months last year, he didn’t because of a serious traffic violation.
- Company In Deadly Bus Crash Had More Than 50 Violations In 2 Years According to federal records, inspectors found violations on April 28 for having “no or a defective brake warning device.”