CBS13 Investigates Mold Wars: Tenant Rights When You Find Mold In Your Rental UnitThey thought it was COVID, but a local family now believes they actually got sick from mold growing in their rental home — and they're not alone. So, what are your rights if your life is turned upside down by mold? CBS13 Investigates.
'I Feel Taken Advantage Of': Call Kurtis Investigates Insurance Rates Pricing People Out Of The Foothills Some people living in the foothills are having to face the prospect of packing up and leaving due to an unexpected cost: fire insurance.
Boosted Californians Getting COVID At Twice The Rate Of Those Vaccinated But Not BoostedPeople who are boosted are getting COVID at twice the rate of people who are vaccinated but not boosted. They're also being hospitalized at a higher rate. But experts say this doesn't mean you're twice as likely to get COVID after a boost.
Too Much Rent Relief? CBS13 Investigates Rent Relief OverpaymentsAre some landlords getting too much rent relief while others struggle to get paid? CBS13 investigates rent relief overpayments.
Waiting On Wheels? Call Kurtis Investigates How Supply Chain Issues Are Impacting Car RepairsAfter waiting five months to get a new gas tank, a Roseville viewer called Kurtis to investigate cars that aren’t getting fixed because of supply chain issues.
Scam Alert: Rancho Cordova Viewer Tries To Get Savings Back From Thieves Posing As Bank EmployeesLona Rose says she kept getting texts that looked like fraud alerts from her bank, Chase, last month. After, she says she got a call from someone who identified themselves as a bank employee and who knew how much she had in her accounts.  
Viewer Calls Kurtis After Waiting Months For Solar InstallationAfter spending big money on a new roof and solar panels, a Granite Bay viewer says she’s been waiting months for Pacific Gas and Electric to finally hook them up. That’s when she decided to call Kurtis to investigate.

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CBS13 Investigates Mold Wars: Tenant Rights When You Find Mold In Your Rental UnitThey thought it was COVID, but a local family now believes they actually got sick from mold growing in their rental home — and they're not alone. So, what are your rights if your life is turned upside down by mold? CBS13 Investigates.
Boosted Californians Getting COVID At Twice The Rate Of Those Vaccinated But Not BoostedPeople who are boosted are getting COVID at twice the rate of people who are vaccinated but not boosted. They're also being hospitalized at a higher rate. But experts say this doesn't mean you're twice as likely to get COVID after a boost.
Too Much Rent Relief? CBS13 Investigates Rent Relief OverpaymentsAre some landlords getting too much rent relief while others struggle to get paid? CBS13 investigates rent relief overpayments.
Whistleblower Protection Legislation Moves Forward - Following Investigations Into Troubled COVID Testing LabThe "Whistleblower Protection Act" unanimously passed out of the Senate Committee on Judiciary Tuesday, and now moves on to the Senate Appropriations Committee. It is one of two pieces of legislation that were introduced by State Senator Scott Wilk in response to CBS13’s year-long investigation into the state’s troubled COVID-19 testing lab.
CBS13 Investigates: California To Shut Down Troubled COVID-19 Testing LabCBS13 has learned the state is terminating its $1.7 billion no-bid contract with PerkinElmer, the private company that runs the taxpayer-funded lab.
CBS13 Investigates: 'Forever Chemicals,' COVID And Results From A New At-Home PFAS TestIn addition to many other health concerns, emerging research suggests higher levels of these PFAS "forever chemicals" in the body may lead to more severe COVID symptoms and may reduce the effectiveness of vaccines. A new test now allows the general public to identify the level of PFAS in their bodies at home.
Sacramento City Unified Strike Possible Ripple Effects: Extra School Days Tacked On At End Of YearFriday marked day three of the Sacramento City Unified School District strike -- and as we head into the weekend, there's no end in sight. But could the missed school days have a ripple effect on families even after the strike ends?
Medical School At Center Of Sleep Train Arena Revitalization Plan Is Denied Full AccreditationThe Sacramento City Council approved a plan Tuesday to make California Northstate University’s planned teaching hospital the centerpiece of their Sleep Train Arena revitalization plan – known as Innovation Park. But CBS13 has learned the for-profit medical school was recently denied full accreditation.
California Stores DNA From Every Baby: Renewed DNA Privacy Concerns Following SFPD Rape-Kit AllegationsIn the wake of the controversy over allegations that San Francisco police used a victim's rape-kit DNA to later identify her as a suspect in a crime, there are renewed privacy concerns related to California's biobank, which stores DNA samples from nearly every child born in the state.
CBS13 COVID Lab Investigation Prompts New Legislation to Protect Whistleblowers & TaxpayersState Senator Wilk introduced two new pieces of legislation in response to CBS13's year-long whistleblower investigation into public health failures at the state's troubled COVID-19 testing lab.

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Call Kurtis Investigates Whether You’re Getting What You Paid For At The PumpAs gas prices continue to ratchet up, many of us are finding ourselves impacted by the rising costs. So the Call Kurtis team wanted to know, are people getting every last drop of gas they pay for?
'I Feel Taken Advantage Of': Call Kurtis Investigates Insurance Rates Pricing People Out Of The Foothills Some people living in the foothills are having to face the prospect of packing up and leaving due to an unexpected cost: fire insurance.
Waiting On Wheels? Call Kurtis Investigates How Supply Chain Issues Are Impacting Car RepairsAfter waiting five months to get a new gas tank, a Roseville viewer called Kurtis to investigate cars that aren’t getting fixed because of supply chain issues.
Scam Alert: Rancho Cordova Viewer Tries To Get Savings Back From Thieves Posing As Bank EmployeesLona Rose says she kept getting texts that looked like fraud alerts from her bank, Chase, last month. After, she says she got a call from someone who identified themselves as a bank employee and who knew how much she had in her accounts.  
Viewer Calls Kurtis After Waiting Months For Solar InstallationAfter spending big money on a new roof and solar panels, a Granite Bay viewer says she’s been waiting months for Pacific Gas and Electric to finally hook them up. That’s when she decided to call Kurtis to investigate.
Parents Call Kurtis After Sacramento Driving School Closes Without Notice: 'My Heart Just Sank'When a Sacramento driving school shut down without warning or refunds, parents called Kurtis to investigate.
Call Kurtis: Walmarts Across The Region Have Spotty Pricing InspectionsA Suisun City viewer says she caught her local Walmart overcharging her, several times, and called on Kurtis who found inspection reports for stores across the region.
Elk Grove Family Calls Kurtis After GoFundMe Freezes Funeral Fundraiser When tragedies strike, GoFundMe accounts often pop up. So an Elk Grove family called Kurtis after they encountered some problems collecting their donations.
Call Kurtis: Paying More Than Advertised At Suisun City WalmartIt’s another instance where people may be paying more than they expected because they don’t check the receipt. This time, when a viewer noticed she was being charged more than the posted price at Suisun City’s Walmart, she decided to reach out and call Kurtis.
Call Kurtis: My McDonald’s Receipt Doesn’t Add UpWhen a Roseville mom noticed her McDonald's receipt didn’t add up, she decided to call Kurtis to investigate.