Camp Fire Victims Plead With AT&T: My House Burned Down, Stop Billing Me!A couple who lost everything in the Camp Fire in Paradise kept getting billed by AT&T for a landline they obviously no longer had, a Call Kurtis Investigation uncovered.
Call Kurtis: Expedia Impostors Ruining TripsCustomers across the country are searching for Expedia's phone number on the internet and ending up on bogus websites with fake numbers of the travel company.
'He Looked Like A Monster' Unlicensed Funeral Operation Inside Church Leaves Family HorrifiedThree days after Lamark Otis Day Jr. died in the hospital following a seizure, his body was so badly decomposed, a Call Kurtis Investigation revealed his family could not have an open-casket funeral. 
Trampolines Sold Online For Nearly Eight Years Recalled Due To Injury HazardA trampoline sold for nearly eight years on a number of online stores, including Amazon and Wayfair, is being recalled because the metal railings can break and cause jumpers to fall.
Infant Inclined Sleeper Recall Grows Due To Safety ConcernsTwo more infant inclined sleepers are being recalled due to the risk babies can roll over in the sleepers and die.
Cookware Sold On QVC Recalled After Child Requires Surgery From InjuryTrivets sold on QVC are now being recalled after a child ingested the magnets and needed surgery for intestinal injuries.
Taco Seasoning Sold At Walmart Recalled Due To Possible Salmonella ContaminationTaco seasoning sold at Walmart is being recalled because it might be contaminated with Salmonella.
Bicycle Recalled After One Person Killed And Others Severely InjuredA bicycle is being recalled after one person died and several others were severely injured due to a broken part.
Infant Bouncers Recalled Due To Risk Of Newborns FallingStokke is recalling its Steps Bouncer because the bouncer can detach from the Stokke Steps Chair and cause an infant to fall.
Toddler Training Bikes Recalled Due To Injury RiskTraining bikes sold to help toddlers learn how to ride a two-wheeler are being recalled because a part can break and injure children.
Table Saws Sold At Lowe's Recalled After 61 Fires ReportedMore than a quarter-million table saws sold at Lowe's are being recalled because they can catch fire.
Boppy Recalling Infant Product Due To Suffocation RiskAn infant head and neck support manufactured by The Boppy Company is under recall because it poses a suffocation hazard to infants.
RAGÚ Pasta Sauces Recalled Due To Possible Plastic FragmentsRAGÚ is recalling a variety of pasta sauce flavors because the sauce may contain fragments of plastic.
Nearly 40,000 Fireworks Recalled Ahead Of July 4thNearly 40 thousand fireworks are being recalled ahead of July 4th for violating federal regulatory requirements.
SMF Adds Nonstop Flight To Palm Springs Starting This SummerSacramento travelers can soon fly nonstop to Palm Springs.
Southwest Forced To Delay Sacramento To Hawaii Flights Due to MAX Aircraft IssuesSouthwest announced more than a year ago its plans to sell nonstop flights from Sacramento International Airport to Hawaii; however, those flights have yet to go on sale or be offered.
State Refuses To Disclose How Many Bodies Were Found At Unlicensed Funeral HomeThe state still will not answer a simple question: how many bodies were found?
Two Years After Call Kurtis Investigation, Roseville Neighborhood Gets Their ParkAfter a relentless investigation, the ground was finally broken on the park in the community nearly three years after it was promised.
Unrefrigerated, Unembalmed Bodies Discovered Inside Stockton Church Operating As Unlicensed Funeral HomeA Stockton family had no idea the funeral home they called to handle their father’s arrangements closed three months before his death.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Stockton Man Misses His Own FuneralA Stockton man died in October and ended up missing his own funeral- 11 days later. How does that happen? Carla Southerland emailed Call Kurtis to investigate.
Dressers Sold Online At Target And Walmart Recalled After Child Killed In Tip-Over IncidentMore than 300,000 three-drawer chests sold online at a number of retailers, including Walmart and Target, are being recalled after a child died when the chest tipped over.
‘Very Appalling': County Declares Woman Dead After Obit With Same Name Printed In NewspaperA Fair Oaks couple was left shocked when Sacramento County declared Janice Riordan dead.
Dietary Supplement Recalled Due To Containing Erectile Dysfunction DrugA dietary supplement is being recalled after the FDA found the pills contain an erectile dysfunction drug that could pose a threat to customers taking prescriptions for diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or heart disease.
Neighbors Halt Improvements To Skate Park Despite $10K Donation From Tony Hawk Foundation What happened to the $10,000 celebrity skateboarder Tony Hawk donated to a Marysville skatepark?
Infants Deaths Lead To Another Rocking Sleeper Recall Involving Dozens Of Popular BrandsNearly 700,000 "Kids II Rocking Sleepers" are being recalled after five infants have died. The infants rolled from their back to stomach.
Krispy Kreme Brought Back Lemon Glazed Doughnuts This Week ONLYIt tastes like Summer at Krispy Kreme this week with the return of Lemon Glazed Doughnuts and Krispy Kreme is asking fans to use #KrispyKreme to show off their treats.
Call Kurtis Investigates: 96-Year-Old WWII Hero Never Received MedalsRobert Anthony Nunn was just 20-years-old when two Japanese torpedoes sunk his warship, the USS Northampton, in the Battle of Guadalcanal.
Target Recalling Half Million Christmas Toys Sold In Bullseye's PlaygroundTarget is recalling nearly a half million Christmas-themed toy cars sold in its Bullseye's Playground due to a choking hazard.
Fisher-Price Now Recalling Rock 'N Play Sleeper After 30+ Infant DeathsFisher Price issued a recall on Friday for its popular Rock 'n Play Sleepers after more than 30 infants have died while using it.
Insurance Gap Leaves Patients On The Hook For Unexpected Hospital Bills Medical debt is the leading cause of bankruptcy in the U.S. and a recent survey found 57 percent of American adults have received a surprise medical bill, often for treatment they later learned was "out of network."