It's called the wallet of the future, and you may be in the dark about how it works. More and more retailers allow you to pay at the register with a tap of your smartphone. KSL Investigator Debbie Dujanovic put it to the test.
When KSL Investigators learned a child had received a second-degree burn from a blue plastic slide at a popular city park, they began taking temperature readings. The city where it happened is considering a shade structure to keep children safe.
Torin Koos and Debbie Dujanovic | Posted May 19th - 10:30pm
In Utah, one in five people will have a criminal rap sheet before they become an adult. And not just for petty crimes, either. KSL investigators dig deep to find out why — and what can be done to confront the issue.
Your child sends and receives hundreds of texts each month. Most are probably from people they know. KSL Newsradio host Jay McFarland and KSL investigator Debbie Dujanovic teamed up to see what can happen when a child gets a mysterious text.
Mike Headrick and Tania Mashburn | Posted May 11th - 10:41pm
Every year, hundreds of bikes are stolen in Salt Lake City alone — and the numbers are growing. For a city that wants to be "bike friendly," it's a big problem. KSL Investigators decided to track the thieves to see where the stolen bikes are going.
Torin Koos and Debbie Dujanovic | Posted May 7th - 10:36pm
KSL investigates where your tax dollars are going. Who are the highest-paid employees in Utah's public schools? How do these education salaries stack up nationally? KSL Investigators uncover some eye-popping salaries.
Is your smartTV spying on you? KSL Investigates the staggering amount of intimate data your television could be collecting on you and just how vulnerable this personal data. Advertisers, hackers, even the U.S. gov could be watching you ... watch TV.
A KSL investigation showed the United States Postal Service owes Salt Lake City thousands of dollars in unpaid parking tickets. After the story aired, both sides agreed to resolve the issue, but it appears postal workers are still breaking city laws.
Torin Koos and Debbie Dujanovic | Posted Apr 27th - 11:25pm
With summer just around the corner, it might be tempting to clean out the closet by donating to charity. A local nonprofit said the cure for multiple sclerosis could be hanging in your closet. KSL Investigators check the charity's history of giving.
Tania Mashburn and Mike Headrick | Posted Apr 20th - 10:15pm
Police are looking for a woman who advertised German Shepherd puppies for sale. Lacey Jumper allegedly took deposits for the puppies from at least a dozen people, then claimed the puppies died. Police say she disappeared with the money.
Torin Koos and Debbie Dujanovic | Posted Apr 6th - 10:31pm
Miranda is a fun-loving 8-year-old, who — on paper — is pulling in thousands. Her identity was stolen. For three years, her family tried to get it back. What her mom learned along the way could help all Utah parents.
National news headlines about high bacteria counts on cellphones may make you queasy. But after testing several cellphones for germs, KSL Investigators learned the germ count alone doesn't determine if your dirty phone will make you sick.
Mitch Stacy, Associated Press | Posted Feb 15th - 10:20am
During the Depression, former kindergarten teacher Violet Shinbach canvassed Ohio neighborhoods looking for yards with wading pools, tricycles and toys strewn about. She knew the young mothers who lived in those houses were prospective customers for her fledgling entrepreneurial enterprise: bronzing baby shoes.