Skip Hop Recalls Thousands Of High Chairs Due to Risk Of Falling Skip Hop is recalling thousands of convertible high chairs that could cause injuries to children.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Grandma's Photos Vanish From The CloudA Roseville grandma is devastated, saying Verizon erased precious pictures of her family which she stored on the cloud.
Flickr Will Start Deleting Some Photos Unless You PayEarlier this month, Flickr announced it would allow members to only store 1,000 photos on its site, unless that member paid a yearly subscription fee. The fee would be $50.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Taxed On Amazon Prime Membership, But Not Costco?Retired grandparents Dale and Trudy Kayser were surprised when their Amazon membership was taxed $8.17 at renewal time. They wondered if it was a mistake.
Amazon Releases New December Movies And TV ShowsA number of new movies and TV shows will come to Amazon Prime in December.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Microchip MistakesA Call Kurtis Investigation uncovered a weakness in the microchip program and discovered where mistakes can happen in the complicated process.
9 Things To Do If Your Pet Is LostAn estimated 10 million dogs and cats are stolen each year in the United States, according to the American Humane Association.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Microchip Flaw Could Keep You from Getting Pet Back
CALL KURTIS: Is Sacramento State Crossing The Line With Parking Tickets?Controversial parking tickets written by Sacramento State's parking attendants are causing a stir among students, leading one student to seek out help appealing his ticket.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Fraudsters Target Federally Issued Direct Express Debit CardsBattling stage 4 breast cancer, Yasmin Snider of Citrus Heights relies heavily on her monthly Social Security payment of $618 to rent a room, buy food and her medicine.  She, like 4.5 million Americans collects her benefits through her government-issued Direct Express Prepaid MasterCard.
California Ranks Third In US For Identity Theft ClaimsCalifornia ranks 3rd in the country for identity theft, with credit card fraud accounting for nearly half of all crimes in that category.
Call Kurtis Invesigates: Recalls Could Keep You From Registering Your CarHe paid the DMV to renew his registration, but the state said he couldn’t get new tags until he fixed an emissions related recall.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Promised Apartment Pool Filled with DirtA couple says the amenities promised in the ad for Sierra Village Apartments in North Highlands included two pools and a gym. 
Call Kurtis Investigates: The Hidden Cost Of Counterfeit ProductsHe bought a $25 charger thinking he was getting a deal. He says it fried his laptop and left him with a $1,200 repair bill.
Study: Climate Change To Cause Global Beer Shortage, Price SpikeBeer is the prom king of alcoholic beverages, winning the popularity contest in terms of total volumes drunk.
USDA: Save Mart, Safeway, Sam’s Club And Target Are Retailers Affected By Beef RecallSeveral California food retailers are among those affected by the nationwide Cargill ground beef recall.
Pediatricians Drop Age Limit For Rear-Facing Car SeatsChildren should ride in rear-facing car seats until they reach the height or weight limit for the seat, according to updated recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
CVS Pulls Enfamil From Store Shelves NationwideA mom who purchased baby formula at a Florida CVS says it was switched out for what looks and smells like all-purpose flour.
Nasal Products And Baby Oral Gels Recalled NationwideProduct Quest Manufacturing just announced a voluntary recall of CVS Health 12 Hour Sinus Relief Nasal Mist due to a finding of microbial contamination identified as Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Breakfast Of Champions Missing From Store ShelvesIt is hard to miss that iconic orange box known as the “Breakfast of Champions.” Instead of Wheaties boxes at a Minnesota grocery store, there is an empty row, featuring a sign that reads, “General Mills is experiencing nationwide production issues on select cereal varieties.”
Southwest's California Super Sale Advertising One-Way Tickets For $39Southwest Airlines started its California Super Sale and is advertising one-way tickets from Sacramento International Airport for $39.
Baby Food Tests Show High Levels Of Lead And ArsenicA consumer advocacy group is advising parents to limit the amount of rice cereal their children eat, with an analysis finding troublesome amounts of potentially toxic chemicals such as arsenic and lead.
Southwest Changes Emotional Support And Service Animal PoliciesSouthwest Airlines is making changes to its emotional service animal and trained service animal policy.
Cash Is King? Not So Fast: 7 Home Buying Secrets To Help Beat Cash OffersWith cash offers coming from the Bay Area, the Sacramento real estate market is competitive. Here's how to win in a world where cash is king
Salads And Wraps Sold At Trader Joe's And Walgreens RecalledFederal officials are warning consumers to be on guard for signs of intestinal distress if they've eaten any of more than two dozen types of salads and wraps sold by several major retailers around the U.S.
Self-Driving Passenger Vans Hit The Road In Texas CitySelf-driving vans will carry passengers for the first time this morning in Frisco, Texas, north of Dallas, where the app-based service drive.ai starts a six-month pilot project in Frisco, north of Dallas.
23andme DNA Results To Be Used By Glaxo For New Drug ResearchIf you gave up a saliva swab to find out your ancestry, your genes might now be used in pharmaceutical research.
Hungry Man Added To List Of Recalled Foods With Possible Salmonella ContaminationHungry Man joined the list of foods being recalled due to possible salmonella contamination.
Call Kurtis: The Government Seized $29K Of Mine When I Did Nothing Wrong Yuba City resident Josh Gingerich buys and flips trucks.  A recent buying trip to do that cost him a bag of cash which was seized by a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) drug interdiction task force at O’Hare Airport.
Call Kurtis: Safe Boxes May Not Be Safe After All A woman says her bank let her safety deposit box vanish. And she's not the only one. Susan Nomi says when she went to open her Bank of America safe deposit box of 16 years, the entire box was gone.