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Sacramento Son Worries He Received Someone Else's Ashes After His Mother Was CrematedA Sacramento son was worried the crematorium returned someone else's ashes after his mother's death, so he called Kurtis to investigate.
Chain Restaurants Marketing Food On Delivery Apps Under Different NamesA Call Kurtis investigation uncovered several chain restaurants marketing their food under different names.
Call Kurtis: Is Your Tax Refund Safe?If you take money that doesn’t belong to you, it’s theft, but somehow the Franchise Tax Board, the agency that collects your taxes, is getting away with it.
Call Kurtis: Is Your Tax Refund Safe?If you take money that doesn’t belong to you, it’s theft, but somehow the Franchise Tax Board, the agency that collects your taxes, is getting away with it.
Thousands of Graduates Not Allowed to Work After State Cancels Licensing ExamsShe’s got her diploma and her loans are due, but Sarah Stevenson, a cosmetology graduate from Shingle Springs, says the state is keeping her from getting her license.
Sears At Arden Fair Mall To Close On April 15After 50 years, the Sears store at the Arden Fair Mall is closing.
Sacramento Man Stranded In Colombia Amid PandemicA Sacramento father says the pandemic stranded him in violent Colombia.
Senior Struggles To Get $160 Refund For Canceled Concert TicketsCitrus Heights senior Mark Vance struggled to get a refund for a Cher concert, so he called Kurtis to investigate. 
Retiree Struggles To Get Back $200 Hotel Deposit After Paying With Debit CardIf you have a choice to pay a hotel bill with a credit card or a debit card, use credit.
Airbnb Refusing Refunds Due To COVID RestrictionsThe stay-at-home order is forcing some to cancel holiday plans. Those who have shelled out thousands for rentals are upset they can’t get that money back.  
Call Kurtis: State Can't Ban Offensive License Plates, Judge RulesCalifornia can’t enforce a ban on vanity license plates it considers “offensive to good taste and decency” because that violates freedom of speech, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
After Repairman Breaks Dishwasher, Who Should Pay?Newcastle viewer Chere Yamasaki said the extended warranty company came out to fix her dishwasher and ended up causing more damage.
Foothills Boy Scout Duped On Project To Honor VeteransThe Sutter Creek scout says the website he paid to make the plaques never delivered, leaving his Eagle Scout project stalled. 5:00 p.m.
Imposter Cashes Fake Check Inside Bank, Leaving Mom Of Three Out Of $8kA Stockton mom of three was out $8,000 after her bank cashed a fake check for someone posing as her, and refused to give her money back.
Credit Score Damaged By Car DealerArmond Bradford said he went into a car dealership for a test drive and came out with a lower credit score.
Canal Floods Grass Valley Property, Water Company Won’t Pay $20,000 ClaimA Grass Valley viewer says she's out $20,000 after the water company's canal flooded her property. When they refused to cover the bill, she called Kurtis. 
Are Forever Stamps Really Forever?The postal service says the word "forever" is crossed out in the online images for security reasons, to stop digital thieves from printing counterfeit copies.
How To Avoid A Mail Forwarding Fiasco When A Family Member MovesAn Elk Grove dad isn’t getting his mail after his son moved out and filed a change of address.
Storage Unit Infestation: Who Has To Pay?An Elk Grove woman was horrified to find her storage unit infested with mice and bugs. You may pay top dollar for storage, but who is responsible for pest control? The answer depends on your contract.
Blind Sacramento Customers Swindled By Solar Salesman; Panels Don’t WorkA blind Sacramento man says his new solar panels don't work and the company closed, so it was time for Call Kurtis to investigate.
Cell Industry Fights Rules To Require Backup Power At Cell Towers In Fire ZonesLong before Public Safety Power Shutoffs, Call Kurtis Investigates questioned phone companies on what they’re doing to make sure people in the line of wildfire have means to communicate. 
Jelly Belly Founder's Candy Factory Giveaway Causes ConfusionThe founder of Jelly Belly found himself inundated with inquiries after he publicized a contest with the prize of a candy factory. The only hitch: the factory isn't a Jelly Belly factory.
Stockton College Student Stuck In Lease For Empty ApartmentStudents stuck in a lease could apply for a grant through their school under the federal CARES act.
Cameron Park Senior Says She Couldn’t Get A Refund For Concert Canceled During PandemicEighty-four-year-old Ardy Howard wanted her money back after buying tickets for a Celine Dion concert. 

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