Southwest Looking For Instagram Influencers To Take 24 Free Flights And Create StoriesYour Instagram Stories obsession could score you 12 free round trips on Southwest Airlines- as long as you've got at least 2,500 Insta followers.
Homeowners Feeling Trapped After Sellers Failed To Disclose Neighbor's Bizarre, Profane BehaviorTwo months after moving in a mom describes the neighbor from hell. She says she has proof the problem started long before she bought the place.
Barbie Dream Camper Recalled For Acceleration IssueThe Power Wheels Barbie Dream Camper is being recalled and parents are being told to immediately take the ride-on car away from their children.
Mom Of Dead Toddler Discovers Months After Funeral That Coroner Kept Body PartsA mother was heartbroken when her toddler son died suddenly, but it wasn't until nine months after the funeral that she discovered the coroner kept some of his remains.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Customers Demand Walmart Stop Locking Up Black Hair Care ProductsWe went undercover in three different stores; one on Florin Road in South Sacramento, one in West Sacramento, and one in Natomas.
Call Kurtis Investigates: Patient Goes 2-Years Without Teeth; Blames Broken SystemMany are struggling to get dental care in a program designed to help one-third of Californians.
Tyson Recalls More Than 36,000 Pounds Of Chicken NuggetsMore than 36,000 pounds of Tyson Foods chicken nuggets have been recalled.
Fresh Nectarines Sold At Costco Being Recalled For Listeria ConcernsThousands of nectarines sold at Costco stores in California are being recalled because they may be contaminated with Listeria.
Consumer DNA Test Can Screen For Over 190 Conditions In Newborns, But Is It Too Much Information?Would you want to know if your baby was prone to certain diseases before they turn 10?
Call Kurtis Investigates: Package Stuck In USPS Limbo Travels Over 6,000 MilesPlotting locations and adding up the distance, the package traveled a whopping 6,618 miles.
Chipotle's New Strategy: Dieters WelcomeChipotle, eager to promote itself as a healthy choice, tweaked its menu to fit with trendy diet plans.
Stockton and Auburn Kmart Stores Closing In March, Liquidation Sales Start In Two WeeksThe Kmart on East Mariposa Road in Stockton and Bell Road in Auburn are two of 80 stores owned by Sears Holding Corp. that will close by the end of March. Liquidation sales will reportedly start in two weeks.
Are Wildfires Making California Uninsurable? Insurance claims for this year's California wildfires have topped $9 billion. Now there is a concern that insurance companies could stop insuring Californians. 
California May Start Taxing Text Messages The state may start to tax your text messages and use the money to pay for programs for phone service for low-income residents.
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.