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Call Kurtis: How A $36 Parking Ticket Cost A Driver More Than $800

A Carmichael man says he paid for a parking ticket twice. But when he racked up late DMV fees, had his tax refund withheld and wages garnished, he called Kurtis.

10/30/2013

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Sacramento’s Parking Ticket Revenue Drops As More Feed The Meter

Parking tickets are causing big problems for Sacramento’s bottom line, but the problem isn’t with people breaking the law, it’s with those who aren’t.

01/28/2013

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Call Kurtis Investigates: Parking Tickets From Los Angeles

For more than five years, CBS13 has been investigating drivers in Northern California getting parking tickets from the city of Los Angeles when they swear they weren’t there.

08/06/2012

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Call Kurtis Investigates: Roseville Issuing Outdated Parking Tickets

The City of Roseville has been issuing parking tickets printed with outdated fine amounts since late 2011, a Call Kurtis investigation has learned. A California Public Records Act request found the City of Roseville issued […]

CBS Sacramento–06/07/2012

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Nearly Bankrupt Stockton Has $7 Million In Uncollected Parking Tickets

As high as it sounds, the city of Stockton has $7 million worth of unpaid tickets they just never collected.

06/06/2012

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Tony Lopez Investigates: Parking By Numbers

You pull in, pay the meter, and probably pray that you get back before you get that little slip of paper under your windshield wiper. But is there more to that simple fact of city parking? When people started asking if the city is writing more and more tickets in order to make money we decided it was time to crunch the numbers.

02/24/2011

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San Francisco To Issue More Parking Tickets

Struggling to fill a $21 million budget shortfall, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency officials are putting driver’s on notice: expect more parking tickets.

01/04/2011