Sacramento Family Calls For Redesigned Product After Kitten Suffocates In Flip-Top Kitty Litter BucketA Sacramento family blames the death of their kitten on a bucket of kitty litter. They want to warn others about the dangers of the bucket’s flip-top lid.
'This Can’t Be My Ticket': Modesto Mom Gets Parking Ticket From Los AngelesA Modesto mom’s minivan was slapped with a parking ticket from the Los Angeles Parking Violations Bureau — and she swears she wasn’t there. 
Average Price Of A Gallon Of Gas In California Hits All-Time HighThe average price of a gallon of gas in California has hit a new all-time high of $4.71, according to AAA.
Scammers Using Fake Shopping Sites, Taking Advantage Of Supply Chain IssuesAs supply chain issues disrupt the holiday shopping season, scammers are making things worse by taking advantage of those challenges with fake websites. 
Pushed To Pay Cash? Seniors Struggle To Get $35K Refund For Canceled CruiseThree Elk Grove seniors are out nearly $35,000 dollars for a cruise they never took. The way they paid is a big reason why they’re struggling to get their money back.
'No Good Deed Goes Unpunished': Elk Grove Senior Ticketed For Truck Donated Six Years AgoWe’ve reported before on agencies using old DMV records and ticketing the wrong person. One was issued in Salinas, a place Emily Blake-Kessel said she’s never been, six years after she donated the truck involved.
Call Kurtis: Tracy Kid's Basketball Hoop Arrives Broken After Online PurchaseA Tracy 12-year-old was out nearly $500 after buying a basketball hoop that arrived broken.
Business Owner Warns Of SMUD Scam: 'These Guys Were As Cool As The Other Side Of The Pillow'A Sacramento business owner said he almost fell victim to what he called a smooth scam. He runs a golf shop and called the guys who tried to rip him off “villains."
'I Can’t Pay My Bills!': Golden 1 Credit Union Upgrade Leaves Members Struggling To Access AccountsEight days after Golden 1 Credit Union's online banking update, a Sacramento viewer says he’s struggling to access his account to pay his bills.
Sacramento Has Become Nation's Least Affordable Housing MarketSacramento has topped the list of the least affordable new home markets in the country.
Climate Insurance? California Department Of Insurance Releases Report to Re-Imagine InsuranceWith so many extremes hitting California, the state is now talking about "climate insurance."
Stormy Skies Ahead: Do You Have Enough Insurance If Disaster Strikes?After the fires and the pandemic, home prices and the cost to rebuild are much higher.
College Student From Elk Grove Says Savings Vanished Over Fraudulent Zelle PaymentsHe's out nearly $5,000 and called Kurtis to investigate.
Call Kurtis: Lenders Fail To Pay Fair Plan Fire Insurance PoliciesMore fire victims are coming forward after our investigation saying the pair learned they weren’t covered by insurance. Each case involves confusion surrounding the FAIR Plan fire insurance and a home refinance.
Single Mom Scammed Over Puppy For Boy With Special NeedsA Rancho Cordova mom was scammed out of $750 trying to get a puppy for her son.
Family Of 5 Loses Home to Caldor Fire, Lender Failed To Pay Fire Insurance Premiums From Escrow AccountA Grizzly Flats family who lost their home to the Caldor Fire learned their lender didn’t pay the fire insurance premiums after their loan was sold.
Remembering Call Kurtis Volunteer Luanne ‘Thursday”Luanne Hyde just couldn’t retire.  She worked for the Stockton Record, raised her kids, had yet another career running a paramedics school, and helped her husband run his trucking business from their Lodi home. 
California Burning: Protections for Fire Victims, EvacueesHere are protections and resources for wildfire victims and evacuees.
California Burning: Beware Illegal Contractors Looking To Cash In On Insurance MoneyCrooks often flock to fire zones seeing dollar signs in victims who may soon get insurance checks and have money to rebuild.
Fire Season Fears: Homeowners Terrified Union Pacific Land Is Putting Their Homes At RiskIn the heart of fire season, an East Sacramento neighborhood is concerned Union Pacific is putting their homes at risk.
Where Are My Lottery Winnings? Wait Times For Prize Payouts Hit 10–16 WeeksA Modesto great-grandmother hit the jackpot twice in one week on two different scratcher tickets. But she hasn’t been so lucky collecting.
Call Kurtis: Grandfather Who Saved For Pool For Decades Allegedly Abandoned By ContractorA retired police officer said more than a year after hiring a pool contractor, all he has is a hole in the ground.
'My Address Doesn’t Exist': Rural Residents Struggle to Get Packages DeliveredAn Amador County viewer said she struggles to get packages shipped to her, so she called Kurtis to investigate.
'I Haven't Had A Good Night's Sleep In A Month': Auburn Retiree Suffers After Millions Of CPAP Machines RecalledSleep apnea can be scary; you stop breathing while you sleep. Millions use CPAP machines to keep the oxygen flowing, but an Auburn retiree says she can’t a replacement one after hers was recalled - putting her health in danger.
Call Kurtis: Mother Of Four Rear-Ended, But Other Driver's Insurance Won't PayTwo days after buying a car, Candice Scott says she was rear-ended but can’t get the other driver’s insurance company to cover the damage.
Call Kurtis: Recall Keeps Farmer From Registering TruckCan a recall keep you from registering a car? Yes, if it’s a pollution-related issue. Recalls are free to fix. But what if you can’t get the parts?
Passport Backlog: Stressed Travelers Worry They’ll Miss TripsA backlog of up to two million passport applications has stressed travelers worried they'll miss their trips.
I Want My Phone Number Back! Comcast Changes Retiree’s 29-Year-Old Phone Number Without WarningDarlene Bruno has had the same phone number since 1992, but in early July, a friend told her that number was out of order.
Truckee Mom Says VROOM Delivered Different Car Than PhotoMore online companies are popping up that offer delivering cars right to your door.
Winters Couple Gets Back Investments Taken By The StateAn eight-month-long battle is finally over for a Winters couple who had trouble getting their investments back from the state of California.